Bruins defenseman Torey Krug joined Gresh & Zo on Friday to chat about Boston’s dramatic Game 4 win over the Habs.
Secondary scoring is meant to be secondary. Here’s a breakdown of the top-line, and the five things that can get them going in Game 4.
After an “embarrassing” loss in Game 3, Matt Kalman calls out the Boston blue line.
The series is now tied 1-1 heading to Montreal for Game 3 on Saturday because the Bruins rallied from 3-1 down in the third period.
Positivity rang out from all the Bruins’ voices a little more than 12 hours after Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban ended Game 1 of the Eastern Conference first round series with a power-play goal in double overtime.
The Bruins have been here before, and they’re already focused on Saturday’s Game 2.
Defenseman Torey Krug joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak on the phone for his weekly interview to preview Bruins-Canadiens.
Can’t wait for the Bruins and Canadiens to drop the puck? This preview should hold you over for a while.
Two players who had little to no impact on last year’s first-round series were among the best offensive players for the Bruins this time around.
Bruins rookie defenseman Torey Krug was the spark that lit the fire in Thursday night’s pivotal Game 4, and he joined Gresh & Zolak Friday afternoon to talk about the epic comeback and what lies ahead for the hometown team.