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Topic - Tuukka Rask
The Boston Bruins worked all season to get home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs.
The Boston Bruins had the NHL's best record, allowed the second fewest goals and scored the third most.
The NHL-leading Boston Bruins followed their game plan of keeping Gustav Nyquist in front of them for more than two periods.
There is no secret to Boston's road success. The Bruins play their system and play it well no matter where they play.
The Boston Bruins weren't content with a one-goal lead, not against the team that erased that same deficit to win the Stanley Cup in their building.
For the first time in seven games, the Boston Bruins actually fell behind.
Jarome Iginla's slow start in Boston is now a distant memory.
With one month to go in the NHL's regular season, the Boston Bruins have taken over the top spot in the Eastern Conference standings.
The Boston Bruins forechecked aggressively, cleared the puck easily and dominated the Washington Capitals.
The scoreboard showed that the Boston Bruins were only even with the New York Rangers after the first period. In reality, Tuukka Rask had already won the game for the Atlantic Division leaders.
Ovechkin notches his 42nd of the year on this power play rocket
Joel Ward and Eric Fehr also scored, and Braden Holtby made 36 saves for the Capitals, who won their fourth straight in their chase for one of the Eastern Conference's final playoff spots.
Alex Ovechkin looks as if he's ready to carry the Washington Capitals to one of the Eastern Conference's final playoff spots.
Goalie Tuukka Rask won't play in Finland's Olympic men's hockey semifinal against Sweden because of an unspecified illness.
Alex Ovechkin, Pavel Datsyuk and their teammates had nursed dreams about this week for several years. They were all dashed in 60 frustrating minutes.
"You just try to get the puck in your eyes and I couldn't," Rask said. "Usually, he tries to make a pass."
"My focus has been a little bit (on the playoffs) already," Rask said, "but I'll rest a couple of days and crank it up."