It’s a recipe to be successful in Game 5 and beyond in this Eastern Conference semifinal that has proved to be just as close as the Bruins series. Three of four games between seventh-seeded Washington and No. 1 seed New York have been decided by one goal.
“It’s not a big difference if they are better or we are [the] better team. It’s there, and we have to go and take it,” Hamrlik said. “[Monday] is who wants it more and who’s going to be more disciplined and stick with the system.”
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