Found June 19, 2013 on BruinsLife:
Tonight the Boston Bruins will have a chance to take a commanding lead in the Stanley Cup Finals as they have a chance to go up 3-1 in the series. The Bruins have dominated the Blackhawks so far in the series and look to continue tonight.The Bruins domination of the Blackhawks doesn't show up in the goal column, clearly, but instead the Bruins have dominated the 'hawks defensively. The Bruins have been able to shut down Teows, Kane, Hossa, and Sharp every game so far this series. Chara and Siedenberg have been just as good against Chicago as they were two years ago against the Vancouver Canucks and the Bruins forwards such as Bergeron, Marchand, Kelly, and Lucic have continued to play physically and play great in their defensive zone. Of course one of the hugest factors of the Bruins success in the playoffs has been Tuukka Rask. Rask has been a stud so far in these playoffs and has numbers comparable to that of Tim Thomas magical Cup run in 2011. Rask has a great 1.64 goals ...
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