BOSTON, MA – Both the Bruins and the New York Rangers got back on the ice for practice Saturday afternoon at TD Garden, in preparation for Sunday’s Game Two of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series.
“We expect them to come hard at us; we expected them to come hard at us last game, too. Our D’s handled it well, our forwards did a great job of coming back. It’s just a matter of being ready to up your game because the other team is going to be better,” said Bruins Head Coach Claude Julien, following the team’s skate.
“That should be something that you know automatically. We saw some things in our game that we talked about in our dressing room that we’ve got to improve on. That’s the adjustments you make game to game in these kinds of series.”
Rangers’ bench boss John Tortorella agreed that there were adjustments to make on his team’s end as well, though he liked the team’s approach.
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