The end of the 2013 Bruins playoff run is also the end of Andrew Ference’s Bruins career.
All Claude Julien could do was appreciate the moment. Never mind that the Boston Bruins lost, that a key player in Nathan Horton was injured and that they trail the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup finals.
Everyone gives an extra effort in the playoffs, but Gregory Campbell gave even more.
Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien says his team is playing their best hockey of the year after taking each of the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals in Pittsburgh, but is far from saying the series against the Penguins is over.
If the Penguins want to lose this series, they can just keep doing what they did in Game 1.
Andrew Ference took another step toward full health on Tuesday.
“Rangers lead the way” is a mantra that’s inspired the Bruins during this postseason run.
With the Bruins’ series win over the Rangers now officially in the rear view, Adam Jones welcomed Mike Loftus of The Patriot Ledger to look ahead to the Eastern Conference finals against Pittsburgh.
The Boston Bruins were off on Monday, but injured defenseman Andrew Ference was back on the ice as he works his way back from injury.
Bruins defensemen Dennis Seidenberg and Wade Redden were back on the ice at practice on Monday, and both will travel with the team to New York as Boston continues it’s series against the Rangers.