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Chris Kelly scored the game-winning goal in overtime last night as the Bruins took a 1-0 series lead over the Washington Capitals with a 1-0 win at TD Garden.
B’s-Caps shaping up as goalie duel – Joe McDonald thinks that last night’s game portends a tight series.
Kelly speaks softly and carries a big stick – Joe Haggerty has Kelly as the humble hero once again. DJ Bean has Kelly once again delivering more than he’s willing to give himself credit for. Stephen Harris has Kelly as the first recipient of the silver medal chain giving by his teammates to the player of the game. Mick Colageo has more on Kelly, and five things we learned last night.
Opening act was a dandy – Bob Ryan says that last night showed us that it’s going to be a long, hard road to the finals.
Tim Thomas poised at all points – Ron Borges has the goaltender remaining focused and getting the shutout despite facing only seven shots in the first two periods.
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Editor's note: The Washington Post and NESN.com are teaming up for an NHL playoffs edition of Across Enemy Lines. Doug Flynn answered the Post's Bruins questions, and Tarik El-Bashir answered our Capitals questions. Below are Tarik's answers. The Bruins' third line played a big role in their march to their first Stanley Cup title in 39 years last season. This time...
Chris Kelly scored on a long slap shot 1:18 into overtime and the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins beat the Washington Capitals 1-0 Thursday night in the opener of their first-round playoff series.
Braden Holtby made 29 saves for the Capitals.
Tim Thomas stopped all 17 shots he faced for Boston.
The game was physical and scoreless until Thomas turned back a Washington...
The atmosphere surrounding playoff hockey always seems to be far more intense than the regular season. The Bruins know this all too well. Bruins center Chris Kelly was part of that intensity throughout last year's Stanley Cup run. Kelly explains that the regular season hockey is intense, but the postseason brings about a whole different beast. Check out the video above to hear...
Through 60 minutes, neither the Bruins or the Capitals were able to put the puck on net. But a mere 78 seconds into sudden-death overtime and Chris Kelly pushed the Bruins to a 1-0 series lead. Kelly's breakaway was jumpstarted by a fantastic foot save by Bruins goalie Tim Thomas, who deflected the puck off his skate and out near the blue line. Benoit Pouliot got a handle on...
After Chris Kelly scored the game winner in overtime for the first round matchup between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals, the celebration between the Bruins got taken to the next level. The fans pounded on the glass so hard that a panel came loose and landed on David Krejci. Yikes.
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The Washington Capitals lost game one of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series on Thursday night, falling in overtime to the Boston Bruins inside TD Garden. The Capitals, and Braden Holtby, who made 29 saves, were able to hang in win the Stanley Cup Champions for 61 minutes and 18 seconds, sustaining many penalty kills and waves of domination, but eventually caved to...
Kelly’s goal was in OT and gave the Bruins a 1-0 win.
It might just be another day at the office for Jack and Brick, but it's still cool to see what goes on behind the scenes. Jack Edwards and Andy Brickley continue to provide hockey fans with impeccable Bruins coverage, and they do so from the comfort of the NESN booth, which is located high up in TD Garden. The Bruins took down the Capitals in overtime of Game 1 of their playoff...
With the Bruins, it always starts with defense. Chris Kelly's overtime winner in Thursday's 1-0 Game 1 win over the Capitals was no different. Greg Zanon slowed up Marcus Johansson on a 1-on-1, Tim Thomas made the pad save on the shot, and then Joe Corvo started the breakout with a quick chip up the boards.
From there, Brian Rolston moved it quickly to Benoit Pouliot, who...
BOSTON – If nothing else, Andrew Ference certainly knows how to accessorize. The man who brought the famed vintage jacket, not to mention the infamous malfunctioning glove, to last year's Stanley Cup run has now added some special neckwear he hopes will help inspire a repeat run. Ference introduced his latest creation Thursday after the Bruins beat Washington 1-0 in overtime...
The Boston Bruins beat the Washington Capitals 1-0 on a goal by Chris Kelly 1:18 into overtime last night. Fans went nuts, knocked out the plexiglass around the boards, and send it smashing onto...
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BOSTON – Jubilation nearly turned to disaster Thursday night at the Garden, but by Friday David Krejci's scary encounter with a pane of Garden glass was already becoming part of Bruins postseason lore. "You don't want to see something like that where the glass comes down," Bruins center Chris Kelly said after Friday's practice. "But they were excited...
The Bruins snuck out of the TD Garden on Thursday night with a 1-0 win over the Capitals in overtime. While it's important to get that ever-important first win of the series, the B's struggled to figure out young netminder Braden Holtby -- that is, until Chris Kelly beat him with a slapper just a couple minutes into extra time. Do you have any questions for Jack Edwards?...