BOSTON, MA - There’s no place like home.
“Madison on Madison” lived up to the hype at the United Center in Chicago, with a rousing Blackhawks’ fanbase that cheered their way through a powerful national anthem and kept up the tempo throughout both Games One and Two.
But, there’s nothing better than a home game at TD Garden for the men in the spoked-B, playing in front of the Boston faithful. As the series shifts back to the Hub for Games Three and Four with each team having won one game apiece, the Bruins are looking forward to using their home-ice advantage.
“Well, there’s no doubt you’re a lot happier at home than you are on the road, right?” said Bruins Head Coach Claude Julien, following the team’s pregame skate at TD Garden prior to Game Three.
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