New York Rangers
There’s a reason the Merlot line isn’t known as the fourth line.
Tuukka Rask said after his Game 4 blunder that he could either laugh or cry about it. He chose to laugh — and to respond with an outstanding performance in Game 5.
The Bruins have a chance to close out the Rangers on home ice. Follow along with the live blog!
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Friday, May 24.
Everybody knows there’s no use crying over spilled milk. But if you’re the Boston Bruins goaltender, there’s no use crying over bad goals.
Gresh & Zo opened Friday’s show talking about the Bruins Game 4 loss in New York. Is it just one game or should we start to worry?
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bruins color analyst Bob Beers joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Game 4 loss to the Rangers, who is to blame for some of the soft goals the Bruins gave up, the chances Dennis Seidenberg returns sooner rather than later and Tyler Seguin getting a goal.
The Bruins know they made costly mistakes in Game 4, but they’re not going to panic.
The Bruins could have and should have won Game 4, but they still didn’t deserve it.
The Bruins let a third-period goal slip away and eventually lost in overtime, and the Rangers forced a Game 5 in Boston.