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.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, May 5.
Michel Therrien On Bruins’ Officiating Complaints: ‘That’s The Way They Are … That’s Not Going To Change’
The war of words between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens has moved from the ice to the press conference podium.
The series is now tied 1-1 heading to Montreal for Game 3 on Saturday because the Bruins rallied from 3-1 down in the third period.
The Bruins know how to make things difficult for themselves — but they’re also pretty darn good at making comebacks.
The Bruins have been here before, and they’re already focused on Saturday’s Game 2.
Can’t wait for the Bruins and Canadiens to drop the puck? This preview should hold you over for a while.
Head coach Claude Julien has been around the block a few times in the historic rivalry between the Bruins and the Canadiens, and the man knows the proper way to play the game.
Two players who had little to no impact on last year’s first-round series were among the best offensive players for the Bruins this time around.
Where a team can gain the upper hand over an opponent is on special teams, and that’s exactly how the Boston Bruins dispatched the Red Wings in five games rather than seven.