Bruins need Brad Marchand to turn frustration into offence

Bruins need Brad Marchand to turn frustration into offence

Bruins need Brad Marchand to turn frustration into offence

Most visiting players are aware of the loud blast that's coming, and with AC/DC's For Those About To Rock giving the cannon its cue to boom, it's easy to figure out when they have to brace for the blast.

"Honestly, there's definitely been a few plays where I definitely let up or swung away from guys", Marchand told the Globe.

Among the franchise firsts so far: Winning a playoff series (they swept Tampa Bay in the opening round), first appearance in the second round, first second-round game played - and won - at home.

Bruce Cassidy needs more from his big dogs, especially with Sergei Bobrovsky looking entirely capable of locking things down in the Blue Jackets net.

Bruins winger Brad Marchand will escape his Game 3 incident with the Blue Jackets' Scott Harrington unscathed - both in playing time and his wallet - as the agitator will not face supplemental discipline, according to multiple reports.

The Matt Duchene trade continues to pay off for the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Though the National Hockey League had not announced any disciplinary action for Marchand as of Wednesday morning, his punch thrown at Columbus' Harrington appears to have brought the controversy back. The under is 7-3 in Bruins last 10 overall. As has been the case many times already this series, any opportunity the Bruins got on the man advantage resulted in the Blue Jackets getting at least a breakaway or high-danger scoring chance. "We need to clean that area up a little bit and make sure those pucks go down 200 feet".

"The secondary saves that he's making are very impressive, but he's going to crack at some point", Carlo said. The Bruins' only goal was a flukey one in the last minute of the second period, the only chink in an otherwise brilliant game by Bobrovsky. But The Bob had 36 Saves in Game Three on Tuesday Night.

"I think that's the formula for us, get some traffic in there without bumping him", Said Cassidy. "But these games could be going either way, and I think they are smart enough to realize that". "This is what you play hockey for". When the Bruins have been able to get to the net, and create secondary shots, Bobrovsky has been there to turn them away. It was an unnecessary play, but it is what it is.

"The good news is they've been through it and they've won before in hard situations, so you hope they can draw on those experiences as much as me telling them, 'Hey, let's keep it within the rules'". The Sharks and Avalanche don't want to hear about it.

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