The Boston Bruins had a horrible start to game 2. They came out flat and it proved to be their downfall. If the Bruins want to win game 3 they are going to have to play much better.
They always say you can’t win them all. Even if the saying is true you want your team to win every time they touch the ice. The Boston Bruins started off the series with a bang. They were clearly the better team and headed into game 2 with all the confidence in the world.
It seemed that the Bruins may have had too much confidence. They came out as flat as Kyrie Irving’s Earth and would end up losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in game 2.
The Bruins are now back in Boston and looking to regain control of the series. It may be early, but you don’t want to see the Bruins go down to the Lightning. They are a dangerous team and if they are able to get hot the B’s are as good as gone.
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This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be confident. The Boston Bruins are the better team. They match up great with the Lightning. It seems crazy to say, but the Toronto Maple Leafs are a much more dangerous team than the Lightning. At least in the Bruins case.
It will be a crazy atmosphere in Boston (as it always is). This has been a great series early on. Both teams have been physical and have been going up and down the ice.
If the Bruins want to win game 3 they are going to have to play much better. Here are the 3 keys to defeating the Lightning in game 3 and regaining the series lead.