Dale Hunter quit as coach of the Washington Capitals on Monday after less than one full season in the job, telling the team he wants to return to his family in Canada.
Bergeron revealed Friday that the injury was a badly strained oblique, which was the reason for his limited role in the series.
If ifs and buts were candy and nuts, then it would be Christmas every day, and the Bruins would still be alive in the NHL playoffs.
But before we hose down the sidewalk, let’s consider some of the good news that came out of the episode.
It ended quick and painful and way too soon.
Felger and Massarotti discussed the Boston Bruins 2-1 overtime series ending loss to the Washington Capitals. Did the Capitals out play the Bruins in the entire series? Did the right team win?
Joel Ward’s dramatic goal prompted dozens of Twitter users to send out a barrage of racist, hate-fueled messages about Ward.
Gresh and Zo try to make sense of the Boston Bruins overtime loss to the Washington Capitals. The guys both feel that the Bruins played well, they just didn’t execute when it mattered. What do you think?
If there’s one thing sports fans hate, it’s seeing their favorite players walk off the field, ice or court after a devastating acting like they don’t care. That’s probably why Bruins fans love Patrice Bergeron so much.
98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bruins color analyst and former Bruin, Bob Beers spoke with Toucher & Rich about the Bruins’ first round exit, the future of Tim Thomas and last year’s long season.