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Playoff CentralMay 13, 12 months ago

Claude needs to shake things up in Game 7

Claude needs to shake things up in Game 7

The Bruins will enter Game 7 Monday night with 17 goals in their first six playoff games against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins top line of Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Nathan Horton have accounted for nine of those. A combined five goals have …

Playoff CentralMay 13, 12 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Leafs Game 6

Player of the Game: Bruins-Leafs Game 6

As the fans in the Air Canada Centre chanted “Thank You Seguin” Bruins fans may have muted their televisions, but the truth is Phil Kessel has outplayed Tyler Seguin by a large margin this series to say the least. Kessel netted his third goal of …

Playoff CentralMay 13, 12 months ago

Let’s play seven; Leafs beat Bruins in Game 6

Let’s play seven; Leafs beat Bruins in Game 6

Clear your Monday night plans folks, there’s going to be a Game 7 in Boston. For the second straight game the Bruins had a chance to send the Maple Leafs home for the summer, but once again the Bruins couldn’t find the killer instinct they needed…

Playoff CentralMay 11, 12 months ago

Seguin and Marchand must step up in Game 6

Seguin and Marchand must step up in Game 6

It was a duo that combined for 34 goals and 34 assists during the 2013 regular season for the Boston Bruins. Now, Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand are searching for answers as the linemates continue to struggle in their opening series against the Toron…

Playoff CentralMay 11, 12 months ago

Bruins in familiar role for Game 6

Bruins in familiar role for Game 6

There’s no denying that the Boston Bruins lacked a killer instinct in Game 5. With a chance to close out the series against the Toronto Maple Leafs – and gain a few extra days of rest – the Black and Gold came out flat and played un…

Playoff CentralMay 11, 12 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Maple Leafs Game 5

Player of the Game: Bruins-Maple Leafs Game 5

The Boston Bruins had a chance to put away the Toronto Maple Leafs in front of the TD Garden faithful in Game 5 Friday night. But the B’s lacked a killer instinct and the desperate Leafs took care of business winning 2-1 behind the spectacular …