There are many things that the team is not doing and the blame for the losses could be put on any one of of them, but throughout the series, IMO, the mistake that's killing us is not getting the puck out of our zone. Tonight, Hamrilik didn't win a battle to get the puck out, and it resulted in Sturm's winnig goal. This has happened many times before in the series, and if we don't get the puck out when we have the chance, in game 7, the Bruins will take advantage of it. I also don't like Carbo's defensive strategy when we have a lead. The 1 forechecker scheme takes away our greatest strength, which is our skating. He has done this before and teams just waltz in and fire from every angle. Play with 2 forecheckers, so at least we can put some pressure on their d-men, and create some chances of our own. What will it take to drill it into Carbo's pea-sized brain, that a one goal lead isn't enough.