Toronto Maple Leafs
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.
It was funny how during the consolidated regular-season schedule, the Bruins picked one particular slump in March to point to their being tired after so many games in so few days.
The Maple Leafs played like their season was on the line. The Bruins didn’t.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Friday, May 10.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Thursday, May 9.
The Bruins extended their lead over the Toronto Maple Leafs in their playoff series as the series comes back to Boston for Game 5 on Friday. The Bruins have a chance to close out the series and move on with a win on Friday. Felger & Mazz discussed the intense 4-3 Game 4 overtime win the Bruins pulled out in Toronto.
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.
Gresh and Zo started off Thursday’s show talking about last night’s huge Game 4 Bruins win against the Maple Leafs.
Former NHL winger Tony Amonte joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the Game 4 win in Toronto, the way this Bruins team is performing and the possibility that this series ends on Friday.
The Bruins wouldn’t have won without David Krejci or Tuukka Rask, but they wouldn’t have even had the chance to win if not for the work of the penalty killers.