It was an emotional night over at the Garden on Wednesday as the Bruins played host to the Sabres. It was the first big event since the horrible events that took place during the Boston Marathon on Monday.
The game kicked off with the 17,500 fans in attendance joining Garden legend Rene Rancourt in the singing of the National Anthem. Unfortunately the Bruins couldn’t hold on to their lead in the third and eventually fell to the Sabres in a shootout.
Mike Milbury joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Massarotti to discuss the opening ceremony of last night’s game and the play of the Bruins.
Milan Lucic skated with the scratches Thursday at practice which seems to indicate that he’ll be a healthy scratch for Friday night’s game against the Flyers. What’s going on with Lucic?
Blowning leads has been sort of a theme this year for the B’s and has had people concerned since last year the team went 32-0 when leading after two periods. How much stock should we really be putting in how the team’s playing right now?
How would you handle these last six games, does the seeding really matter or is it more important to keep guys healthy and get some things in order?
Plus, what was Milbury doing at the time of the bombings on Monday?