Four more games in the books last night. In three of those series, three teams face elimination in the next game. Continue reading
With the Bruins not making the playoffs, we thought it would be a good time to pick each other’s brains on various issues concerning the Bruins, as we all have quite a bit to discuss.
Day Four of this First Round of Stanley Cup Playoffs started with a matinee game on NBC of all networks. Lundqvist was back. Would it make a difference? How good is the goaltending in that Flyers-Capitals series? Can the Wild just forfeit the remaining games instead of getting killed by the Stars? Will the Kings allow the Sharks to take both games at the Staples Center? All these answers and more will be answered! Continue reading
It’s not Monday anymore and the Bruins are still not in the playoffs.
The time has come.
Being merciful is the right thing to do, so I’ll cut to the chase: the Bruins lost 6-1 yesterday afternoon and were later eliminated from the postseason picture because the Flyers did more than the bare minimum. The Flyers have 27 pieces of flair.
Anyone know what ‘intensity’ means?
The Bruins will face the Sens today for their very last — and super important — regular season game. Puck will be dropped at 12:30, and the game is on NESN+. There’s not a hell of a lot of info out there right now, but we know one thing:
Rask is on ice but Jeremy Smith called up on emergency basis. Smith was first on ice.
— Jack Edwards (@RealJackEdwards) April 9, 2016