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06-24-2013, 10:48 PM
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Dennis Bonvie
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Originally Posted by crimsonace View Post
Game 1, Chicago was done. D-O-N-E. You could see it in their body language until a sloppy line change led to Krug's turnover. Then, two minutes later, Ference turns his head away from the puck and kicks it into his own net. That game was a W.

Tonight, you're 80 seconds away from winning, and 17 seconds later, you've lost. Yeah, they should've won, in 4 or 6, but they should've won. They had 2 games flat-out won and blew them.
So if the Bruins don't make mistakes they win?

Wow, what a revelation.

Sloppy line changes, turnovers, score on your own goal, miss empty nets. The Bruins were the ones doing those things, so why would anyone say they should have won?

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