The Boston Bruins were on the receiving end of a borderline hit Thursday night, but you won’t hear them whining about it.
Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli spoke with Toucher & Rich about what went on in the Vancouver game, Brad Marchand’s suspension and Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault’s comments about Marchand.
The Winnipeg Jets are next up for the Bruins tonight at the Garden and Shane Hnidy is in town covering the game for Winnipeg radio. Hnidy spoke with Toucher & Rich about the suspension of Marchand, the Vancouver game on Saturday and the Winnipeg Jets.
Felger and Massarotti continued the day talking about the Bruins game on Saturday. The Canucks were in town and beat the Bruins 4-3. The big story of the game was Brad Marchand’s hit on Sami Salo. Will Marchand’s hit cause the league to put a bigger target on the B’s backs?
The Bruins and Canucks are staying even keeled when it comes to their Saturday matchup.
The Vancouver Canucks will have Roberto Luongo back in net for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Jack Edwards joined Toucher and Rich Friday morning to talk Stanley Cup Game 5, and made a promise if the Bruins come home to Boston up 3-2 in the series.
Tim Thomas had some complaints of his own about the Canucks during Game 4, but he let his actions do the speaking. And not just with another stellar performance.
Bruins goalie Tim Thomas plays out of the net, and the Canucks do not like it.
After word of Aaron Rome’s four-game suspension for his hit on Bruins forward Nathan Horton came down Tuesday, the Canucks vocally rushed to their teammates defense.