BostonBruins.com - The Bruins were off on Monday with no practice, as they rest and regroup prior to facing off against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals on Wednesday night at TD Garden.
Following the Bruins’ 48-game regular season, in which they went 28-14-6, I caught up with General Manager Peter Chiarelli to assess the team’s readiness heading into the postseason.
“I look at the last three games, although it’s a small sample size, we’ve done some things leading up to this last segment. I’ve liked our physicality in those games, our chances, we’ve been outnumbering the other team,” said Chiarelli on the 1-1-1 stretch against Tampa Bay, Washington and Ottawa, following the let’s-forget-it-ever-happened loss to Philadelphia that kick-started the B’s into gear.
“A couple of our players that have been struggling have been coming around, so those are the positives.”
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