The Bruins’ top line, technically speaking, is the line of David Krejci centering Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton. While that is a very nice line, a darn good line even, it’s becoming clearer that it’s not the Bruins’ top line. That distinction should go to the “second line,” consisting of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin. That troika was at it again Thursday night, as they combined to score three of the B’s four goals in a 4-2 win over the upstart Toronto Maple Leafs. It’s nothing new for the Bergeron line this season, as they have hit the ground running, even without arguably the line’s most talented offensive player, Seguin, scoring at a pace he’s used to. Luckily for the Bruins, though, the 21-year-old is starting to come around as of late, and he proved that in a big way against Toronto on Thursday. Seguin has a way of doing that against the Maple Leafs. After all, with his two-goal and one-assist effort against the Leafs, he now has 10-6-16 totals in just 14 career games against his hometown team, the team that could have drafted him had it not been for that whole Phil Kessel trade. Seguin now has four goals and two assists in his four games, which is gravy for a line that is clicking on all cylinders. That line has now combined for 14 goals and 23 assists over the last nine games.

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