The Bruins reported to TD Garden Saturday morning for practice, returning to the crime scene of Friday night’s 2-1 loss to the Maple Leafs in Game 5.
There were plenty of things to go over before the team’s afternoon charter flight to Toronto, where it now hoped to end the series in Game 6 Sunday night.
“I mean, for sure, our plan was to close it out [Friday night],’’ said Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, who logged 28:01 of ice time in Game 5. “But we don’t like [making] things easy, it seems like. You can go back however many [elimination] games and series, we just seem to like to always make it tight, a little more harder on ourselves.’’
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