A Bruin and a Ranger Share a Bond While Dividing a City

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A Bruin and a Ranger Share a Bond While Dividing a City

On the offensive end, the Bruins' first line has been stellar, despite being neutralized by Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers in Game 3 on Tuesday. David Krejci leads all scorers in the playoffs with 16 points (five goals, 11 assists), and Nathan Horton

The Bruins just can't win because Claude Julien stubbornly, incessantly rolls four lines. Goodness gracious, 12 forwards, four lines, over and over and over. What a stooge. Can't he come up with something more imaginative, more complex, more winning

From the blog Puck Daddy: The Boston Bruins' fourth line of Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell and Shawn Thornton are everything the New York Rangers are not in the Eastern Conference semifinals: Tough, tenacious in the

From the blog Puck Daddy: The officiating in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs has been, shall we say, a tab underwhelming at times. In Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, for example, Boston Bruins man mountain

He still kept Boston off the board in the second period when the Bruins out-shot the Rangers by a 14-5 margin. Nathan Horton also clanged a rebound bid off a post, and Shawn Thornton couldn't connect on the rebound of a Torey Krug shot in close to the net.

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