The Boston Bruins came into Thursday night's game against the New York Rangers with a 3-0 series lead and a chance to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. Instead, the Bruins gave up a late lead in the third period and allowed the Rangers to keep their season alive with a 4-3, overtime win.
Despite the loss, Bruins coach Claude Julien isn't concerned about the team's performance at Madison Square Garden. The late collapse may have some thinking back to 2010, when the Bruins surrendered a 3-0 series lead to the Philadelphia Flyers in one of the worst postseason collapses in NHL history, but Julien was encouraged by his team's effort.
"There's no panic here," Julien said. "Had we been outworked and not been there at all, we would be talking differently."
Check out the video above to see Julien discuss the loss and where the Bruins go from here. Be sure to let us know what your panic level is heading into Game 5 in the comment box below.