Andrew Gross, The (Bergen County, N.J.) Record
Published eight:19 p.m. ET Nov. 9, 2017 | Updated eight:59 p.m. ET Nov. 9, 2017
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NEWARK, N.J. – New Jersey Devils ahead Brian Boyle, identified with persistent myeloid leukemia firstly of coaching camp, erupted in a large smile after he scored his first aim of the season Thursday evening in opposition to the Edmonton Oilers.
Boyle put within the rebound off Brian Gibbons’ shot on the proper publish at 5:33 of the primary interval for a 1-Zero lead after Gibbons had swiped on the rebound of Boyle’s preliminary shot. Defenseman John Moore had the secondary help on Boyle’s first aim as a Devil.
Boyle, taking part in his fifth recreation, made a windmill arm swing celebration as he fortunately banged into the glbad.
Nice second for the mbadive man.
During first intermission interview, Brian Boyle admits he cried after scoring first aim since return from persistent myeloid leukemia. “I’ve never cried after a goal before,” Boyle instructed MSG. “That’s a great feeling. It’s everything.”
— Andrew Gross (@AGrossRecord) November 10, 2017
It was the second consecutive recreation wherein Boyle and his ex-New York Rangers teammate Moore have been on ice collectively for a Devils aim. On Tuesday, Boyle deflected Moore’s level shot earlier than Blake Coleman deposited the puck in opposition to the St. Louis Blues.
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