Jekyll and Hyde have officially been vanquished. If this Bruins team can be compared to any monster, it’s King Kong, because now they’re wreaking havoc all over New York City.
When the Bruins’ offense is going, even the defensemen are a major part of it.
Zdeno Chara showed yet again why the Bruins feel he is their Norris Trophy winner every single year.
The Bruins came back from down three goals in the third to tie the Maple Leafs and went on to win Game 7 in overtime. Matt Kalman of CBSBostonSports.com joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the huge come from behind win by the Bruins to keep their playoff bid alive.
If the Red Sox’ “Mother’s Day Miracle” was a miracle, then what the Bruins did in Game 7 was a miracle on steroids.
It was a shift late in the second period that told you all you needed to know about the momentum of this Bruins playoff series against Toronto.
It was funny how during the consolidated regular-season schedule, the Bruins picked one particular slump in March to point to their being tired after so many games in so few days.
Tuukka Rask never brags, boats of thumps his chest, but don’t let that make you think he’s been anything but great so far in the postseason.
The Leafs won the chess match in Game 2, but the Bruins flipped the whole chessboard in a thorough Game 3 win.
The series doesn’t start until Phil Kessel scores a goal.
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