Andy Brickley: It’s All Mental With Tyler Seguin

Andy Brickley of NESN joins Gresh and Zo to talk about the Bruins-Canucks Stanley Cup Final.

Will the chippy play be limited going forward, after the league spoke with each team?

Who will play in the place of Nathan Horton? And what is the most important thing for Tyler Seguin in his return to the lineup after being benched for Shawn Thornton in Game 3?

“Think about that second game when he had that four point night,” Brick said his advice would be for the 19-year-old rookie. “It’s all mental with him right now. Play to your strengths and do what you have to do to fit in.”

How have the Bruins slowed down Vancouver’s Sedin twins? And what is with the Canucks, have they been this cocky and over-confident all season?

“You hear the Ryan Whitney’s of the world… talk about the hatred and disdain for the Canucks because of their arrogance,” said Brick. “It’s really been amplified through the first three games. I like teams that man up. It reminds me a little bit of Montreal.”

That and more with “Brick”!

98.5 The Sports Hub is the only local station to listen to every game of the Stanley Cup Finals. Coverage begins an hour before each game with the Bruins Pregame show hosted by Dave Goucher & Bob Beers.

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