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.
Something smelled fishy during the Bruins-Rangers game on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.
The Bruins need to erase their memories of Game 2, because these Rangers have proven they can turn things around time and time again.
The Bruins spoke openly — almost disturbingly so — during and after their first-round series about how they lacked a “killer instinct.”
Henrik Lundqvist is the best goalie in the world. If he doesn’t start playing like it, though, this series is over.
The Bruins won in part because of their power play, rather than despite it — a welcome change in Boston.
Torey Krug entered Thursday night with just three games of NHL experience. He left with a game-tying goal and a ton of confidence.
The Rangers probably should have gained momentum after a big penalty kill in overtime, but the Bruins never let them.
Live updates from the Garden all the way from puck drop to the final horn, so check back throughout the night.
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