The Bruins and Canucks are staying even keeled when it comes to their Saturday matchup.
The Stanley Cup is in Boston, but Dennis Seidenberg and the Bruins are hoping it stays off the ice Monday night.
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.
Like many Bruins fans, GM Peter Chiarelli is happy the NHL got it right with Aaron Rome suspension for his hit that left Nathan Horton with a severe concussion and out for the rest of the Stanley Cup Finals.
The biting has calmed down in the Stanley Cup Finals, but the finger pointing between the Bruins and Canucks is still going on.
Bruins coach Claude Julien was not pleased with his team after their Game 3 taunting of the Vancouver Canucks.
Bruins coach Claude Julien has criticized the Canucks’ sportsmanship in the wake of Vancouver forward Alex Burrows’ biting escapade in the Stanley Cup finals.
Although the Boston Bruins realize they returned home from Vancouver with a daunting series deficit in the Stanley Cup finals, they already know an 0-2 hole isn’t necessarily a grave.
Bruins DieHard checks in after a tough Game 2 loss, where it was Alex Burrows biting the Bruins once again but in a much different way.
In a mere 11 seconds, Alex Burrows used the strengths of the Boston Bruins’ two best defensive players against them.