Despite losing some of the top goal-scorers in the NHL over the last few seasons, the Bruins still continue to win and remain one of the best teams in hockey — how do they do it? Chiarelli and Julien, that’s how.
Tyler Bozak scored twice, Phil Kessel had three assists and the Toronto Maple Leafs held off the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Tuesday night.
Tonight marks the first time that the Bruins will face their former first round draft pick Tyler Seguin, now a member of the Dallas Stars. The trade was largely debated at the time, so Felger & Mazz rehashed it on Tuesday.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Tuesday, September 24.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, September 23.
Words can’t explain the Bruins’ miraculous comeback, but the Bruins and Maple Leafs did their best to try to recap what they experienced.
The Maple Leafs scored twice in the third period to beat the Bruins and force a deciding Game 7 in Boston.
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.
Phil Kessel waited for a pretty important moment to score his first even-strength goal against his old team.