By Joe Haggerty
BOSTON The Bruins appear to be getting sick and tired of hearing about Maxim Lapierre and Alex Burrows, and their rabble-rousing antics.
Thats a good thing.
Everybody is talking about their agitators. Obviously theyre doing their job because the media are talking about them, said Chris Kelly. Theyre not brought up too much in our dressing room, but here I am talking about them again."
But Kelly said the Bruins who've played against the Canucks so far aren't going to change their game to get revenge on Burrows (who bit Patrice Bergeron's finger and went unpunished by the NHL) or Lapierre (who taunted Bergeron by sticking his finger in the Bruin forward's face, with no penalty called by the referees).
Guys are going to go out and play their game. Were not going to get into the old antagonizing part of it. If thats what you do during the regular season, then youre going to try to do it as well as you can in the Stanley Cup Finals.
"But theres no sense in somebody that doesnt do it on a regular basis all of a sudden running their mouth or doing antics that are uncommon to them. The common goal here is to win. Not to get someone back for some stupid antic.