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Ryan Lambert of Puck Daddy joins DJ to discuss the "uncoachable(?)" Taylor Hall and revisit the Tyler Seguin trade. Ryan also shares his issues with how the Bruins are run.
Dale and Michael start the day by discussing the Bruins in 2014, fresh off the heels of two losses in two nights on the West Coast.
there always are in games like this. The unsportsmanlike conduct on Brad Marchand in the second period for spraying Carey Price in the first two minutes. The holding the stick called on David Krejci in the final moments of the second period
matchup: a speedy, opportunistic bunch that blocked shots and got sticks on enough passes to drive the Bruins batty. Carey Price made no mental errors while Tuukka Rask had at least a couple. But if the Bruins were even close to the top of their game
So did David Desharnais falling on a puck and swiping it out of the net just as it was about to cross the line behind Carey Price . You can blame the lack of puck luck all you want but the Bruins know, to a man, that won't cut it in Game 7 Wednesday
like the speedy, opportunistic Canadiens may happen, but there is no matchup that forgives an early elimination. Carey Price has been too tough to beat at points, and the guys playing in front of him have taken away both space and opportunities
the series (up until the third period of Game 2), the Bruins were struggling to score at their usual clip against Carey Price , while Montreal was managing Tuukka Rask just fine. Fast forward to Games 4 and 5, which has flipped that narrative and
a back-to-back. They made a couple mistakes, though, and they couldn’t finish their opportunities against Carey Price . “I thought we played hard. We competed. We were smart. We didn’t give them much,” Julien said. “It’s unfortunate
Gregory Campbell and Torey Krug took turns trying to change momentum by dropping the gloves) or attempted offense ( Carey Price shut out the Bruins for the first time in the regular season) was enough to prevent a 2-0 loss against the Atlantic Division
right now are better than Montreal. Montreal isn’t playing great and they would be the first people to tell you. Carey Price has covered up a lot of their blemishes on the back end. Their power play has not been very good — that is why
David Krejci ‘ s blast from the point during a first-period power play grazed Zdeno Chara in front and sailed past Carey Price to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead on Chara’ s first goal of the season. After Dennis Seidenberg was penalized for holding
conference semifinals, played the final five games of the season with top goaltending prospect Dustin Tokarski in net after Carey Price was lost for the series after an injury suffered in Game 1 against the Rangers. The upcoming series, which will played