The Boston Bruins have advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals for the second time in three seasons as a result of their ability to win games in a variety of different ways.
In Game 4 against the Blackhawks, however, the Bruins acknowledged that the pace of the high-scoring affair played more to the Blackhawks' strengths. On UNO Sports Tonight, Joe Haggerty and Mike Giardi discussed just that, noting that while the Bruins can beat teams in different ways, trading scoring chances is not their preferred method.
"They want to slow it down, slug it out and clog up the neutral zone," Haggerty said. "And I expect them to go back to that."
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