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Topic - Daniel Paille
Rask posted his third shutout of the playoffs by turning aside 28 shots Monday night, moving the Bruins within two wins of their second NHL championship in three years.
Claude Julien doesn't pay much attention to compliments or criticism.
Paille scored at 13:48 in overtime and Boston used another great performance by Tuukka Rask to overcome a sluggish start in a 2-1 victory over the Blackhawks on Saturday night, tying the series at a game apiece.
All those missed shots added up to one big blown opportunity for the Chicago Blackhawks. They couldn't bury the Boston Bruins in the early going and paid for it in the end.
A win for the Bruins would have been an uplifting end to the city's emotional return to major sports after the Boston Marathon bombing.
You get the sense every game in this Washington Capitals-Boston Bruins series is going to be like the first three. The pattern has been established – as it so often is in the playoffs. Let's face it, there isn't much that separates these teams, the second and seventh seeds in the Eastern Conference.
Braden Holtby’s Superman cape disappeared Monday night behind a swarm of Boston Bruins who made it their mission to make his life miserable.
Cam Ward made 36 saves and the Carolina Hurricanes got their offense going in a 4-0 preseason victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday night.
This is a whole different series now.
Shortly after the Boston Bruins lost Nathan Horton to a frightening injury, they found a dazzling offensive rhythm that got them back into the Stanley Cup finals.
There goes the shutout.
And the gloves are off.
Daniel Paille of the Boston Bruins was suspended for four games Friday for an illegal check to the head of Raymond Sawada of the Dallas Stars. He is the fifth player suspended this season under a new rule aimed at cracking down on dangerous hits.
Tuomo Ruutu had a power-play goal, setup another and Cam Ward stopped 37 shots for his first shutout of the season to lift the Carolina Hurricanes to a 3-0 victory over the Boston Bruins on Friday afternoon.
"I think definitely, Claude takes a lot of heat, too, when things don't go well, but he handles it on an even keel," left wing Daniel Paille said. "I think it kind of relates the message to us as players and I think that's why we've been able to succeed so far, but we're not done."
"Claude came in a little bit later, but I think we were all equally upset about that first period," said Daniel Paille, who scored at 13:48 of overtime to end it. "Definitely, Claude let us know and it was a way for us to wake up. And, also, players were keeping each other accountable, too, so it was good."