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Playoff CentralJun 25, 1 year ago

No shame to admit: Blackhawks were better

No shame to admit: Blackhawks were better

Two goals in seventeen seconds. That was the difference from the Boston Bruins forcing a Game 7 and the Chicago Blackhawks hoisting Lord’s Stanley Cup. When Milan Lucic made it 2-1 at 12:11 of the third, the Bruins seemed to have their ticket stamp…

Playoff CentralJun 25, 1 year ago

Third period comeback sinks Bruins in Game 6

Third period comeback sinks Bruins in Game 6

At 12:11 of the third period in a tie game, Milan Lucic sent the TD Garden into a frenzy with his fourth goal of the series to give the Bruins a 2-1 lead in a do-or-die Game 6. As the clock continued to tick away it looked more and more like Game 7 w…

Playoff CentralJun 24, 1 year ago

Bruins need more from top-line in Game 6

Bruins need more from top-line in Game 6

With the Bruins facing elimination entering a do-or-die Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night at TD Garden, the Bruins need more production from their number one line. Entering the Stanley Cup Final the Bruins top trio of Milan Lucic, David Kr…

Playoff CentralJun 19, 1 year ago

Bruins perfectly executing series keys heading into Game 4

Bruins perfectly executing series keys heading into Game 4

Just prior to the start of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final last Wednesday I gave you my five keys to a Bruins series victory and their second Stanley Cup in three years. With three games officially in the books and the Bruins holding a 2-1 lead in the ser…

Playoff CentralJun 14, 1 year ago

Horton skates, still day-to-day

Horton skates, still day-to-day

CHICAGO – After sustaining an injury during the first overtime of Wednesday’s triple overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1, Nathan Horton returned to the ice for practice Friday afternoon at the United Center. While that is an…

Playoff CentralJun 13, 1 year 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 …