After the Bruins were shut out for the fifth time in February on Tuesday night, Claude Julien was asked whether he was concerned about his offense given all the blankings. His answer was brief. 

“No,” the coach responded. 

David Krejci scored his third goal of the night with 2:01 left in overtime to lift the Bruins over the Devils, 4-3, Thursday night at TD Garden. Krejci, who collected his second career hat trick, was left alone in front of Martin Brodeur and his shot helped the Bruins sweep the season series from the Devils, 4-0-0.

Bruins coach Claude Julien told reporters Thursday that defenseman Greg Zanon will be in the lineup Thursday night against the Devils, while Mike Mottau will be a healthy scratch. 

Zanon, acquired from the Wild on Monday, arrived in Boston Tuesday but was kept out of the lineup agaisnt the Senators after missing the morning skate. In 39 games with Minnesota, he had two goals and four assists for six points. 

Mottau made his Bruins debut Tuesday, logging 10:49 of ice time. 

WILMINGTON -- The trade deadline had passed on Monday, and Wild defenseman Greg Zanon was in his basement playing Wii with his daughter. He thought earlier in the season that he might have been traded, but that clearly wasn't to be. He would ride out the end of his contract as a member of the Wild.

Then, at 2:15 p.m. CST, his wife came running down the stairs.

WILMINGTON -- Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk skated prior to Wednesday's practice at Ristuccia Arena, marking the first time he has taken the ice since suffering a concussion Saturday night against the Senators. 

Coach Claude Julien said after the practice that he had yet to hear any feedback on how well Boychuk handled his return to the ice, but that the team will soon know how he is feeling.

The good news about this leap year is that Bruins don’t have to play on Feb. 29. 

Bruins defenseman Joe Corvo said after Tuesday's loss to the Senators that he wanted to fight Ottawa forward Kyle Turris, but that Senators forward Colin Greening told him on his first shift that it wouldn't happen. 

"His teammate said he wasn't going fight me, so that's it," Corvo said. "I wasn't going to be the idiot chasing him around."

Corvo had said Monday morning that he'd be "looking for [Turris] right off the bat" after Turris hit him in the head during Saturday's meeting between the teams. 

The Bruins were shut out for the fifth time in February, suffering a 1-0 loss to the Senators at TD Garden Tuesday. 

The loss wrapped up a forgettable February in which the B's went 5-8-1. The Bruins were not able to beat Senators goaltender Robin Lehner, who picked up his first NHL shutout. 

Defenseman Erik Karlsson scored the only goal of the game, beating Tim Thomas on the power play in the first period. Thomas made 37 saves in the losing effort. 

Bruins forward Mike Mottau called Monday's trade to the B's "a dream come true."

The Avon, Mass., native was part of the four-player trade that also landed former Islanders teammate Brian Rolston in Boston, and it returned Mottau to the where he grew up and played his college hockey at Boston College.

 Bruins coach Claude Julien said after Tuesday's morning skate that he expects additions Brian Rolston and Mike Mottau to be in the lineup when the B's take on the Senators Tuesday night. Greg Zanon just arrived in Boston and did not take part in the morning skate and will not play Tuesday. 

Julien added that forward Shawn Thornton, who has been sick recently, is expected to be in the lineup. Thornton was present for Tuesday's morning skate.