Bruins Talk

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Zdeno Chara took part in the morning skate at the Bell Centre prior to Game 3, and Claude Julien said it's "looking good" for him to play against the Canadiens.
3y
Most playoff games are won with skill, and the Bruins -- lacking that scoring touch to begin with, and stifled further by Claude Julien's suffocating "system" -- haven't shown any in the first two games.
3y
Claude Julien has been resistant to change, especially on the power play, all season. But now that the team is in crisis mode, it's time for the Bruins to admit that what they're doing isn't working.
3y
Down 0-2 and heading into Montreal certainly isn't the ideal situation for the Bruins. In order to have some success, they'll need to shape up and set the tone early.
3y
The Game Two wrap -- from pregame to postgame -- in video.
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The Bruins say Zdeno Chara doesn't need to prove his toughness to them. They know he would've played if was able.
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Tim Thomas had an opportunity to put the Bruins on his back with Zdeno Chara out with flu. Instead he's the one who looked sick in Boston's 3-1 loss.
3y
Krejci, Lucic, and Horton have no points through the series' first two games.
3y
A pair of goals in the first three minutes of the game leads Montreal to victory over the Zdeno Chara-less B's.
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Zdeno Chara was hospitalized with a case of dehydration, but suited up during warm-ups for Game 2 of the playoffs against the Canadiens.

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