It’s time to get over the idea that Bell Centre is some sort of medieval dungeon with torturous sound that cripples one team and boosts the powers of the other.
Positivity rang out from all the Bruins’ voices a little more than 12 hours after Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban ended Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first round series with a power-play goal in double overtime.
Johnny Boychuk has plenty of experience in the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry, and like everyone else, is ready for yet another chapter to be written this postseason.
In order to wear down the Red Wings and try to make the visitors play without the puck, the Bruins needed to ride their bigger-name, bigger-impact defensemen a little harder. They didn’t.
Johnny Boychuk spoke to Toucher & Rich on Monday morning, and he said the Bruins’ issue with holding third-period leads is completely in the past.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are here, and the Bruins finally have some issues to worry about.
Two losses in a row? No big deal. Johnny Boychuk wants everyone to know that fatigue is not a factor.
Five defenseman are all thought to be locks on the Bruins’ blue line come playoffs, leaving two men vying for one spot. Who is the odd man out?
If defense really does win championships, the Bruins are in very good shape to contend for another Stanley Cup.
The Bruins lost their cool a bit against the Canadiens on Monday night, but Matt Kalman knows they’ll keep their cool should they meet up again.