Problems aside, the Bruins should be proud they made the Blackhawks work for the Stanley Cup.
The Boston Bruins are in a situation no team wants to be in, but at the same time, it’s a familiar one.
Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron was not out with his teammates on Monday when they took to the TD Garden ice for their morning skate ahead of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
As the Stanley Cup Final approaches a sixth and potential clinching game on Monday night, the attention shifted from the players on the ice to the ones who might not make it there, including two of the top forwards and biggest stars in the series.
Bruins Legend Ray Bourque joined Gresh & Zo to breakdown Saturday night’s Game 5 matchup between the B’s and the Blackhawks.
Carl Soderberg skated with the Bruins’ fourth line on Friday, taking Kaspars Daugavins place in the lineup.
With each game that passes in the Stanley Cup Final, a gut punch is delivered to one fan base.
The Bruins’ comeback effort was great, but it didn’t matter due to all of the team’s mistakes.
A frustrated Tyler Seguin went to head coach Claude Julien looking for advice ahead of the Stanley Cup Final. Now, Seguin is playing his best hockey of the postseason.
The Bruins know the Blackhawks are going to come out much stronger in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, but are ready to fight for a 3-1 lead and keep momentum on their side.