BOSTON - The four goals allowed do not tell the entire story. For Malcolm Subban, Wednesday night's performance was about so much more.
For the first time in almost eight months, the Bruins goaltender suited up for game action.
Sure, it was just preseason. But the Black & Gold's 5-1 loss to Detroit at TD Garden was still an important marker in the Toronto native's recovery from a fractured larynx, suffered in February when he was hit in the throat with a puck.