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Beers On Toucher & Rich: Who Gets The Blame For Giving Up Soft Goals?

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Tuukka Rask #40 watches the puck go in the net on a second period goal scored by Carl Hagelin (not pictured) #62 of the New York Rangers. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Tuukka Rask #40 watches the puck go in the net on a second period goal scored by Carl Hagelin (not pictured) #62 of the New York Rangers. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

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The Bruins had a chance to put the Rangers away in four games, but due to some breakdowns and soft goals the Rangers held off elimination with a 4-3 overtime win.

98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bruins color analyst Bob Beers joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Game 4 loss to the Rangers, who is to blame for some of the soft goals the Bruins gave up, the chances Dennis Seidenberg returns sooner rather than later and Tyler Seguin getting a goal.

The Bruins were up 3-2 until a too many men on the ice penalty put the Rangers on the power play and they tied it up at three. There was some question as to whether or not that was the correct call to make in that situation. The guys asked Beers if he agreed with the call the officials made.

Dennis Seidenberg hasn’t played since Game 7 against the Maple Leaf, but could the injured defenseman be close to returning? Would Claude Julien sit Dougie Hamilton to play Seidenberg even if Seidenberg isn’t a hundred percent?

Tyler Seguin finally scored a playoff goal. Would it help to move him back up to the second line?

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