The fourth line coming through, Jagr in a shoving match, why Boston loves Bergeron and more leftover Bruins thoughts.
Zdeno Chara has done it all for the Bruins this postseason, and some of his teammates have no clue how he does it. Others aren’t so surprised — they’ve seen it all before.
Boston Bruins winger Gregory Campbell joined the 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh & Zolak on Wednesday afternoon, summing up his feelings on the team’s amazing comeback win in Game 7 against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night.
There may be no “magic switch” the Bruins can flip for the playoffs, but they no doubt looked like a different team in Game 1 against Toronto.
Gregory Campbell’s game is hard to appreciate, like a piece of modern art, but he’s effective in almost any role he’s asked to play for Boston.
The Bruins’ penalty kill once again saved the day, as it has for much of the season, with a perfect 4-for-4 performance.
It’s one thing to boast that your team possesses the best fourth line in the NHL. It’s another to be able to prove it.
Comcast SportsNet’s Joe Haggerty joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the team’s great start to the season so far, Patrice Bergeron going at it with Jeff Skinner, Chris Bourque, Gregory Campbell and what team has been the most surprising.
Campbell scored his first of the season in the Bruins 4-2 win over the Islanders.
The lockout isn’t even officially over, but some Boston Bruins are already back on the ice.