Morning Free Association: Gam3day

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It’s another playoff game day! This time the Bruins will host their first game in Boston against the Tampa Bay Lightning. After splitting the games in Tampa, Boston looks to dominate and take two games this time. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: One Down, Three More to Go

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On Saturday afternoon, the Boston Bruins began their second-round series against the Tampa Bay Lightning down in Tampa. All things considered, it went pretty well. I mean, when the score involves a four-goal differential favoring your team, it’s really good. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: On to Tampa

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Whew! That was a close one. Raise your hand if all the air left your body after that second period in which Kasperi Kapanen scored that short-handed goal in which he deked and made it looked like Tuukka was stuck in the shootout?

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Morning Free Association: Bruins Win!

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Originally, I wanted to call this something else but the ghosts of 2013 continue to haunt. The important thing to remember is that the Bruins won last night’s game and they did it without Patrice Bergeron. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Bruins Still Lead 2-1

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Some nights you have it, some you don’t. Last night in Toronto, the Bruins definitely didn’t have it. The Leafs proved that they won’t go down easily and Babcock made some adjustments, like moving Tomas Plekanec up to the second line, that seemed to neutralize the Bruins. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Game Day Edition

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Tonight, the Boston Bruins take on the Toronto Maple Leafs in game 3 of their first round Stanley Cup Playoff series. Boston leads the series 2-0 after a resounding win on Saturday night 7-3, a game in which David Pastrnak had a hat trick and a six-point night. Pasta is the youngest player to achieve this feat in a playoff game and only one of two Bruins to do so. Continue reading