The Boston Bruins have yet another Game 7 on their schedule tonight, as they try to send the Montreal Canadiens home for the summer and move on to the Eastern Conference Finals.
There is no chance Dennis Seidenberg plays in Wednesday night’s Game 7 between the Bruins and Canadiens at the TD Garden.
Before this series started, we all should have known this is how it would end.
Claude Julien is mighty confident about the Bruins’ chances in the upcoming Game 7.
Matt Fraser’s call-up likely didn’t register with Canadiens fans and media on Thursday morning. By Thursday night, everyone knew the kid’s name.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Wednesday, May 7.
Greg Wyshynksi from Yahoo! Sports’ Puck Daddy blog joined Toucher & Rich Wednesday morning after a tough 4-2 Bruins loss in Game 3 against Montreal in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Exciting third periods are all well and good, but the Bruins finally got burned by playing with too much fire in the first two periods.
Through eight postseason games, the top line of the Boston Bruins is not performing up to par.
There is plenty of chatter going on between the Bruins and Canadiens, but Claude Julien and his players are focused on what will happen on the ice.