In a deciding game against their biggest rivals, the Boston Bruins came out and laid a Game 7 egg in their own building before their shocked fans.
Did you really think it wasn’t going to come to this?
Despite the words of Bruins Coach Claude Julien, it was what we Bruins fan have come to expect.
It wasn’t how it was drawn up, but somehow, the Boston Bruins came back from a 2-goal deficit in wild third period to beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-3 and even this best-of-seven series at one game each.
A great hockey experience with money going to an even greater cause — a match made in hockey heaven.
Overtime playoff hockey is the best and worst for fans.
Ric Duarte says the Bruins kept up, but didn’t follow-up on their scoring chances in Game 1.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien has never wavered in his approach and his philosophy. As a result, the Bruins look as powerful as they ever have.
It’s time to put up or shut up.
Six, two and even was a common saying of Walpole Joe Morgan, former Boston Red Sox manager. It’s a saying that could apply to the Boston Bruins’ weekend.