May 7th, 2010 by

Game 4 preview: Bruins look for a sweep, first finals appearance since 1991-92

The year was 1991-92: Glen Murray played in his first NHL game after being drafted by the Boston Bruins with their first-round pick — 18th overall — and Vladimir Ruzicka topped all Bruins’ forwards with 75 points. Backstopped by Andy Moog, the Bruins finished in second-place in the Adams Division that season with 84 points, and made it all the way to the Conference Finals against the Pittsburgh Penguins (who won the Stanley Cup that year with relative ease).

Fast-forward 18 years and the Black-and-Gold have yet to reach a Conference Finals series since then. But with a commanding three games to none lead, the B’s have a strangle-hold on the Broad Street Bullies.

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