Gregory Campbell played between Brad Marchand and Jaromir Jagr in Monday's win over Carolina.
He usually plays on the fourth line, but looked comfortable in his new role in Boston's top-six forward group. Campbell collected two assists, two shots, a plus-2 rating and two hits in the Bruins' 6-2 victory. Coach Claude Julien liked what Campbell's style brought to the table for his new linemates. "It's about getting pucks to the net and getting his nose dirty in all areas," said Julien. "He's a decent centerman for those guys who like to move the puck around. He made room for those guys. He opened up some passing lanes."