Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

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    Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    Alright jmwalter and/or SanDog fill in the rest with the lineup , storylines, predictions if you want . 

    I'm off tomorrow morning (today) to Boston and catch Game 5 for the elimination of the Rangers !  

    I'll try to take some nice pics which NAS will give me lessons on how to upload them.

    Shupe,  I leave the policing on this board upto you.

    GO BRUINS !!!  AND.....

     

     

     
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    Have fun B's, wish I could join you !

     
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    Have a few for me & if you get the chance... tap looch on the jock for me too eh? Tongue Out

     
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    In response to BsLegion's comment:

    Alright jmwalter and/or SanDog fill in the rest with the lineup , storylines, predictions if you want . 

    I'm off tomorrow morning (today) to Boston and catch Game 5 for the elimination of the Rangers !  

    I'll try to take some nice pics which NAS will give me lessons on how to upload them.

    Shupe,  I leave the policing on this board upto you.

    GO BRUINS !!!  AND.....

     

     



    Damn straight! You bet you will Bsl, have a blast.

     
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    here we go bruins here we go.  

    have a great time.   

     
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    Re: Game 5: Bruins v. NYR (25/05/13), Bruins with 3-1 Series Lead

    RANGERS at BRUINS

     

    (Boston leads best-of-7 series, 3-1)

     

    TV: NBCSN, TSN, RDS

     

    Big story: New York Rangers left wing Chris Kreider scored 7:03 into overtime Thursday night to prevent the Boston Bruins from completing the sweep at Madison Square Garden.

    Now they'll try to end it in Game 5 Saturday at TD Garden, where Boston is 4-2 in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. New York will have to win a road game to stay alive. The Ranges did in Game 7 of the first round at Verizon Center against the Washington Capitals, but that is their lone road win of the playoffs. They are 1-5 away from Madison Square Garden.

    Team Scope:

     

    Rangers: They're alive and in Boston, where they've brought with them a new sense of confidence and a feeling of finally having momentum in the series.

     

    "We gave ourselves an opportunity to play one more game," goalie Henrik Lundqvist said. "That's our approach now, win [Saturday]. Focus on the good things here, the stuff we've been doing well, feel as good as we can and just start with the first 20. Then we'll see how far it takes us."

     

    ECSF: (4) BRUINS vs. (6) RANGERS Boston leads series 3-1
    Game 4 Recap: Kreider forces Game 5 with OT winner RELATED STORIES/VIDEO ›

    FULL SERIES SCHEDULE AND COVERAGE › The Rangers have been good in elimination games since last season, going 6-1, including 3-0 this season.

     

     

    "I don't think our team gives," coach John Tortorella said. "We've done some good things here. I go back to the first series, just winning two in a row there to win that series, that's something, you know, you try to hang your hat on, I guess. I'm not a real big believer in it. I think every game is a different situation, but our team doesn't give."

     

    Judging by practice Friday, it appears the Rangers' lineup will be the same for Game 5 as it was for Game 4, meaning center Brad Richards will be a healthy scratch again. The only players on the ice for practice Friday were the ones who played in Game 4. Kreider was missing, but a Rangers spokesperson said he was given a maintenance day.

     

    "We talked about it before the game, we wanted to get to Boston," Tortorella said. "We did, and now we need to try to win a game in Boston. Then we'll see where we go from there."

     

    Bruins: Boston knows what will happen and what type of questions it will face if the Bruins don't win Game 5. It'll all be about their problems closing out a series.

     

    Boston blew a 3-0 series lead to the Philadelphia Flyers in 2010 and went on to lose in seven games. The Bruins nearly blew a 3-1 series lead to the Toronto Maple Leafs in this year's conference quarterfinals but came through with a miracle finish in Game 7 to win in overtime despite trailing 4-1 midway through the third period.

     

    "There is no panic here," coach Claude Julien said.

     

    Nor should there be, but a loss in Game 5 could change things quickly. The Bruins know that, but they also know that for roughly three-and-a-half games against the Rangers they have been the much better team.

     

    It's also possible the Bruins get defenseman Dennis Seidenberg back from injury for Game 5. He continues to skate, and Julien said he's progressing, but Seidenberg said he is still day-to-day. Defenseman Wade Redden is in the same situation.

     

    Who's hot: Rangers center Derek Stepan had a goal and an assist in Game 4. … Bruins defenseman Torey Krug has three goals in the series, including a power-play goal in Game 4. He was called up from Providence of the American Hockey League before the series began. Boston forwards Tyler Seguin and Nathan Horton each had a goal and an assist in Game 4.

    Injury report: The Rangers have been playing without defenseman Marc Staal (eye), forward Ryane Clowe (undisclosed) and forward Darroll Powe (undisclosed) for the entire series. Defenseman Anton Stralman (undisclosed) did not play in Game 4. … The Bruins have been depleted on the blue line by the injuries to Seidenberg, Redden and Andrew Ference. Seidenberg could play in Game 5, but Ference is not skating.

     
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    I really hope one of the three d-men come back.  Hamilton isn't cutting it.

     
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    I really hope one of the three d-men come back.  Hamilton isn't cutting it.



    I agree, although he did make a nice seam pass on Seguin's goal. 

    A Seidenberg in , Hamilton out move would help the D in their own end.

     
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    I agree, although he did make a nice seam pass on Seguin's goal. 

    A Seidenberg in , Hamilton out move would help the D in their own end.



    I'm quite positive that he'll be at least a fantastic #2 for the majority of his career, hopefully a #1.  The Callahan breakaway and the OT winner both showed some real inexperience.  And that's okay.  He's more than just a rookie, he's a teenager.  They can get offense from Krug and Bartkowski.  I don't think Seidenberg would have gotten burned on either of those plays.

     
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    I'm quite positive that he'll be at least a fantastic #2 for the majority of his career, hopefully a #1.  The Callahan breakaway and the OT winner both showed some real inexperience.  And that's okay.  He's more than just a rookie, he's a teenager.  They can get offense from Krug and Bartkowski.  I don't think Seidenberg would have gotten burned on either of those plays.

     




    Maybe it's 20/20 hindsight but what I was thinking was that it was a good time for him to take a penalty rather than relying on his goalie to make a save.

    But as was said, he is a teenager and a rookie and I think he's been learning really well.

     
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    Seidenberg is still questionable, I hope he plays for reasons already stated.  The question is whether or not the German is 100%.  If at 50% I'd rather have Hamilton even with the possiblity of a flat learning curve.  

     

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    I agree, although he did make a nice seam pass on Seguin's goal. 

    A Seidenberg in , Hamilton out move would help the D in their own end.

     



    I'm quite positive that he'll be at least a fantastic #2 for the majority of his career, hopefully a #1.  The Callahan breakaway and the OT winner both showed some real inexperience.  And that's okay.  He's more than just a rookie, he's a teenager.  They can get offense from Krug and Bartkowski.  I don't think Seidenberg would have gotten burned on either of those plays.

     




     
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    I only hope that Torrey Krug continues to garner mucho ice time!!!! I know Seidenburg and Redden are ready but the rookie has earned his place.

     
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    Alright jmwalter and/or SanDog fill in the rest with the lineup , storylines, predictions if you want . 

    I'm off tomorrow morning (today) to Boston and catch Game 5 for the elimination of the Rangers !  

    I'll try to take some nice pics which NAS will give me lessons on how to upload them.

    Shupe,  I leave the policing on this board upto you.

    GO BRUINS !!!  AND.....

     

     

     



    I'll be looking forward to them - especially the one of the Bruins at center with their sticks raised.

     

     
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    Have a few for me & if you get the chance... tap looch on the jock for me too eh? Tongue Out



    hmmm.

     
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    What is clowe's deal?  Fantasy 1st game then injury?

     
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    If there's one thing I learned from Saturday morning cartoons, it's that bears always come out on top over rangers (and that great danes start all words with an "r" sound.)

     
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    Soon game time , heading to the garden.  Enjoy the games guys and gals !!!

     
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    Theyre going to put them away today and Jagr is going to score.

    I'm interested to see how the Rangers come out and if Richards is back in the line up. I want to keep Richards on the sidelines.

     
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    Theyre going to put them away today and Jagr is going to score.

    I'm interested to see how the Rangers come out and if Richards is back in the line up. I want to keep Richards on the sidelines.



    Same here, kel.  I want that move to be viewed post-game as one that contributed to the demise of the Rangers.  Good.  One less skill guy for the Bruins to concern themselves with. 

     
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    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mJ4lc_Q9Q6k/TDUOr82KSbI/AAAAAAAAqgM/XJX_ualx3DQ/s1600/groundandpoundanticpunch.jpg

     
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    Nice.  Yogi's about to lay a beating on Ranger Smith's whose about to crap a brick.

     

     
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    While Cyndy (Crsoby) is wating for Yogi to finish off the Ranger.  

     

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    Nice.  Yogi's about to lay a beating on Ranger Smith's whose about to crap a brick.

     

     




     

     
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    Looks like Sieds is in tonight.

     
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    GO BRUINS!

     
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    I'd like to see them coast into the conference final with a huge win today, no OT, no nail biting, just all kinds of Bruins goals.

     

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