Playoff CentralJun 19, 2 years ago

Tyler Seguin regaining form at right time

Tyler Seguin regaining form at right time

Tyler Seguin just cannot light the lamp for the Boston Bruins in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Seguin has one goal on a team high 67 shots during the postseason, but it was a line change by Claude Julien that may have gotten him back on track at the…

Playoff CentralJun 18, 2 years ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 3

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 3

It is awfully tough not to award Tuukka Rask as my Player of the Game, but I dug a little deeper and looked at the overall game of Patrice Bergeron. What else can you say about this man? He is as consistent of a player as there is in the National Hoc…

Playoff CentralJun 17, 2 years ago

Krug not lacking confidence heading into Game 3

Krug not lacking confidence heading into Game 3

It was nearly a month ago when Torey Krug was taking Boston by storm as he was inserted into the lineup due to a depleted defense core. Krug made a name for himself versus the New York Rangers with four goals and an assist in five games. He also scor…

Playoff CentralJun 16, 2 years ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 2

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 2

Chris Kelly did get the Bruins going after a sluggish start in Game 2 on Saturday night, but Daniel Paille’s hard work resulted in Kelly’s dirty goal and not to mention he sniped the game-winning goal on a beautiful sequence from Adam McQuaid to …

Playoff CentralJun 13, 2 years ago

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Bruins fans always rave about Zdeno Chara and the amount of ice time he plays on a given night and deservedly so, but in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Dennis Seidenberg was a beast- leading all B’s skaters with an eye-popping 48:36 of total ice…

Playoff CentralJun 13, 2 years ago

Player of the Game: Blackhawks-Bruins Game 1

Player of the Game: Blackhawks-Bruins Game 1

The talk of the Stanley Cup Finals has been mostly about the goaltenders on each side. In a game where Corey Crawford could have given up after surrending two two-goal leads to the Boston Bruins, he hung in there outlasting Tuukka Rask en route to a …