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postseason. The Flyers, meanwhile, struggled to find a solid netminder and attempted to counter Thomas with both Brian Boucher and Sergei Bobrovsky . Boucher was pulled from all three games that he started. In Games 1 and 3, he was pulled
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coaches of Bruins’ opponents when it comes to the handling of goaltenders. Peter Laviolette seemingly stuck with Brian Boucher too long, while Guy Boucher lost his mind switching between Dwayne Roloson and Mike Smith. When it comes to Alain
The Bruins spent the second round wondering from game to game which goaltender they would end up facing. They chased Brian Boucher in Games 1 and 3 against the Flyers, saw the Philadelphia starter miss a chunk of Game 2 with a wrist injury
Again, it isn’t the only issue with which the Flyers are dealing, though it’s a big one, as evidenced by Brian Boucher ’s exit in Game 3 Wednesday. As Peter Laviolette summoned him to the bench in favor of Sergei Bobrovsky, and as Boucher
it takes only one opportunity to get their desire result. That opportunity came when David Krejci fired a shot past Brian Boucher with six minutes left in the first OT period. It isn’t something the Bruins are assuming they’ll get each time out
yanked their starting goaltender an astonishing four times in eight games this postseason, meaning that when either Brian Boucher or Sergei Bobrovsky (or, in the case of Game 6 of the quarterfinals, Michael Leighton) skates to the net to start a
Eastern Conference semifinals vs. the Bruins. Boston leads the series, three games to none. Rhode Island native Brian Boucher has started the first three games of the series, dropping all three contests and allowing 11 games. He was pulled in favor
Eastern Conference semifinals vs. the Bruins. Boston leads the series, three games to none. Rhode Island native Brian Boucher has started the first three games of the series, dropping all three contests and allowing 11 games. He was pulled
0-for-2 on the power play. Four key players: - Whichever Flyers goaltender gets the start: Rhode Island native Brian Boucher has lost all three games this series and has been yanked in two of them (not including briefly leaving Game 2 with
the opening shift and Zdeno Chara finished it 30 seconds into the game with a bomb from the left point past a helpless Brian Boucher . “I don’t know what it was. I think it was just one of those plays where it kind of bounced our way. We kind of caught them off
goalies have been pulled midgame an amazing six times in 10 playoff games. It happened again Wednesday in Game 3 as Brian Boucher gave up two goals in the opening 63 seconds. “I don’t have an opinion,” Snider said. “The coach is making a decision and I think