Secondary scoring is meant to be secondary. Here’s a breakdown of the top-line, and the five things that can get them going in Game 4.
The Montreal Canadiens are angry with Milan Lucic. Again.
Thursday night’s Game 4 now borders on must-win territory for the Bruins. Here’s how they got there.
Through eight postseason games, the top line of the Boston Bruins is not performing up to par.
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.
Dave Goucher joined Toucher & Rich on Friday to break down the Bruins’ Game 1 loss to Montreal, and look ahead to Game 2 on Saturday.
The Bruins and Canadiens don’t like each other, and some players will go as far as saying they “hate” their biggest rival.
Can’t wait for the Bruins and Canadiens to drop the puck? This preview should hold you over for a while.
Bruins center David Krejci was limited to two points, both assists, against the Detroit Red Wings in the five-game first-round series victory, which ended Saturday.
Milan Lucic’s third-period goal put the Bruins ahead for good as they eliminated the Red Wings in Game 5 with a 4-2 win.