The Bruins and Red Wings played a tight, old-school type of series.
Physical. Strong defense. Good goaltending.
Fun to watch. At least if you're a Bruins fan. The teams put on another good show in Game 5, which the Bruins won 4-2 to claim the series.
"Tonight I thought it was pretty emotional," says Jarome Iginla. "Both teams got each other in penalty trouble. [I was] a little nervous there."
The Bruins fell behind in the series after dropping Game 1 when Pavel Datsyuk scored the game's only goal with 3:01 remaining in the third period.
After that, they reeled off four consecutive victories to slam the door shut.
"I think the biggest thing is competing," says Iginla. "The guys here, they work really hard and want to try to out-compete the other team every night."
Next up, the Bruins will try to out-compete the Montreal Canadiens.