The Bruins persevered without Nathan Horton in 2011 to win the Cup, but their roster is not deep enough this time around to do the same.
Claude’s impressive work, Tuukka’s dominance, Chara’s unbelievable timing and many more leftover thoughts from the Bruins’ 1-0 win over the Penguins.
If the Penguins want to lose this series, they can just keep doing what they did in Game 1.
The Bruins could have and should have won Game 4, but they still didn’t deserve it.
The fourth line coming through, Jagr in a shoving match, why Boston loves Bergeron and more leftover Bruins thoughts.
The Bruins spoke openly — almost disturbingly so — during and after their first-round series about how they lacked a “killer instinct.”
Whether you have 25 years of NHL coaching and playing experience, or whether you started watching hockey last weekend, you know what took place on Sunday night in Toronto.
The Bruins wouldn’t have won without David Krejci or Tuukka Rask, but they wouldn’t have even had the chance to win if not for the work of the penalty killers.
A lot happened in the Bruins’ 5-2 win in Game 3 over the Maple Leafs, so run through some leftover thoughts.
In a game where the Bruins scored six goals, it was the goaltender who was named the No. 1 star.