One of the biggest weaknesses of the 2013 Bruins postseason run has been the play of their third line made up of Rich Peverley-Chris Kelly-Tyler Seguin, a threesome that has in 51 combined games played has an aggregate 2-4—6 of production to go along with a -17 rating.
Save for Matt Bartkowski (-1), the trio accounts for the only minus players on the B’s postseason squad. Any type of production from those players would provide a shot in the arm for Boston, who are coming off a triple-overtime loss in Game 1 and will now need to win four of six in order to win the Stanley Cup.
“They need something out Peverley and Kelly, they need something out of Tyler Seguin, they need something out of Jaromir Jagr,” said CSNNE.com Bruins insider Joe Haggerty. “Anything from any of those guys I think would be extremely welcome at this point.”
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