Bruins: Boston Takes Series Lead with Dominant Game Three Win

For the St. Louis Blues, Game Three was supposed to be an opportunity. An opportunity to win, to experience the Stanley Cup Final at home for the first time since 1970, an opportunity to play “Gloria.” But the Boston Bruins, as they’ve done throughout this year’s playoffs, had something to say about it and blewContinue reading “Bruins: Boston Takes Series Lead with Dominant Game Three Win”

Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes

With Game One of the Stanley Cup Final in the books, the Boston Bruins find themselves ahead by a game with a 4-2 victory Monday night. And the St. Louis Blues find themselves with a fair estimate of the opposition. We’ve been talking a lot about the depth of the Bruins and that came throughContinue reading “Blues: St. Louis Must Learn from Game One Mistakes”

Bruins: Boston Eliminates Toronto with Game Seven Win

The Boston Bruins have eliminated the Toronto Maple Leafs from the playoffs. They took the first round series with a 5-1 Game Seven victory Tuesday. Boston opened the scoring with two goals in the first period. Joakim Nordstrom had his second goal of the series, while Marcus Johansson scored his first. Toronto’s John Tavares scoredContinue reading “Bruins: Boston Eliminates Toronto with Game Seven Win”