The Bruins gave people plenty of reason to smile on Monday night, beating the Blackhawks 2-0 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final to take a 2-1 series lead.
They may be talented. They may be all stars. They may even be eventual Stanley Cup winners. But they are also cheap shots, whiny, and slithering slime.
A funny thing happened on the way to the Boston Collapse. The wide-eyed playoff freshmen from Toronto had a meltdown of their own.
The Maple Leafs have won two straight to force a winner-takes-all Game 7 against the Bruins, and even Bruins DieHard doesn’t have much confidence in the home-town team.
The Chicago Blackhawks did it. The Los Angeles Kings did it. Two of the last three Stanley Cup Champions closed out their first round series when the first opportunity arose.
Bruins DieHard says David Krejci is the king of the postseason, and fans can’t forget that during the ups and downs of the regular season.
So that switched that was flipped on Wednesday as the Bruins played as complete a game as they did all season, was back in the off position Saturday night.
Bruins DieHard takes a look at what has ailed the Bruins in their current slump.
After their recent two-game losing streak, the Boston Bruins are back to their winning ways.
The B’s-Habs rivalry is as fierce as ever.