The Boston Bruins enter Madison Square Garden with a 2-0 series lead over the New York Rangers, but know that can change in a New York minute.
Henrik Lundqvist is the best goalie in the world. If he doesn’t start playing like it, though, this series is over.
Brad Marchand didn’t find the back of the net during Boston’s seven-game series against the Toronto Maple Leafs, but picked the perfect moment to get off the schnide against the New York Rangers.
What to expect when the Bruins and Rangers take the ice for their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup.
The NHL playoffs are off to a heart-pounding start with a record 17 games going to overtime in the first round.
What took place in Game 7 between the Bruins and Maple Leafs will never be forgotten — or properly retold.
There is one key explanation, above all others, for why the Rangers are heading to the Eastern Conference semifinals. “Henrik Lundqvist,” Capitals forward Troy Brouwer said. “Plain and simple.”
The Maple Leafs have won two straight to force a winner-takes-all Game 7 against the Bruins, and even Bruins DieHard doesn’t have much confidence in the home-town team.
The Bruins will have to overcome some unorthodox travel plans if they hope to win their series against Toronto.
After their dramatic overtime win Wednesday night in Toronto, the Boston Bruins have a chance to close out their series with the Maple Leafs on Friday night at the TD Garden.
Breathe easy, Bruins fans. Nathan Horton is feeling fine.
The Toronto Maple Leafs fan who was on the receiving end of a cheap shot in Boston over the weekend has received a pair of tickets to Wednesday night’s Game 4, courtesy of the Leafs.