Kalman On Felger & Mazz: Has Either Team Established Anything?
After tying up the Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday, the Bruins are looking to take the series lead tonight at the Garden when they host the Blackhawks in Game 3. So far both of the games in this series have gone to overtime, are we looking at some extra time tonight as well?
Matt Kalman of CBSBostonSports.com joined Felger & Mazz down by the Garden to discuss the Bruins winning Game 2 over the Blackhawks and tonight’s Game 3 in Boston.
The guys started off discussing the play of Kaspars Daugavins in Game 2.
“He hasn’t been all that hot,” said Kalman.
Daugavins was released by Ottawa and the Bruins picked him up, but should they keep rolling this guy out there or make a change for a guy like Jordan Caron?
They also discussed the criticisms of Jaromir Jagr. The future Hall of Famer hasn’t really made much noise since joining the team and has been relatively invisible this playoff run.
“Shift to shift you don’t know what you’re getting out of him. He protects the puck in the corner, he looks great for a whole shift or a shift and a half, usually while the rest of the guys change,” Kalman said of Jagr.
They also discussed the fact that Tyler Seguin has been relatively silent as well, but seems to be waking up since getting moved.
Has any team established something that will carry over to tonight’s game?