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The Washington Capitals missed their chance Sunday afternoon to make a statement and close out the Bruins in six games, falling at home to Boston 4-3 in overtime in game six of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. The Capitals fell behind three separate times in this game, tying it each time, including a goal from Alex Ovechkin late in regulation. They were able to get the game to overtime, but Tyler Seguin was able to steal the game for the visitors quickly once the extra period started. Mike Green and Jason Chimera joined the captain in the goalscoring column for the Caps, while Braden Holtby made 27 saves in the DC nets. Game seven is Wednesday night in Boston.
The defending Stanley Cup champions came out very hard, forcing turnovers and generating chances on Braden Holtby, who was there to make the stops, particularly a snappy glove save on Tyler Seguin. But Boston continued to press hard despite more great play from Holtby, and eventually capitalized when Rich ...
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Last year, Tyler Seguin wasted no time making an impact in the postseason once he got his chance to play. After sitting out the first two rounds, he debuted in the conference final against Tampa Bay and scored six points in his first two games. Seguin has been in the lineup from the start of this postseason, but there was no immediate impact this time around. Despite coming off a...
Tyler Seguin waited until Game 6 to pop his first tally of the postseason but Bruins fans aren't upset -- they just want to see him do it again (and again) on Wednesday night. Check out Monday's #NESNcaption Caption Contest winners below. Brian Christopher McKenna Dreamboat McGillicutty strikes again Matt Magnus Wilson HEY EVERYONE! COME AND SEE HOW GOOD I LOOK! Andy Pion...
When the Bruins selected Tyler Seguin number 2 overall in the 2010 entry draft, you knew that he had the talent and pedigree to be something very special in the NHL. He sort of struggled through his rookie season as he tried to adjust his game to the speed of the NHL game. He took [...]
Tyler Seguin played savior in the Bruins' 4-3 overtime win over the Capitals on Sunday. Seguin skated past the defense and dumped a shot behind Washington goalie Braden Holtby to win the game in the extra session. The goal was Seguin's first of the series. He talks about the Bruins finally breaking through and how he and the rest of the team are feeling after the win.
Tyler Seguin’s OT winner in game six has forced game seven in Boston on Wednesday night.
The Bruins have not played their best this series against Washington, but still have a chance to pull out the series win. There is no way this series should have gone to seven games, but because of the Bruins lack of scoring and Tim Thomas’ inconsistent play, it...
The Bruins' offense has struggled throughout Boston's series with Washington. As a result, head coach Claude Julien has shaken things up a bit. Julien switched his lines around for Game 5 at TD Garden, hoping that a change will give the B's the spark they need. Among the moving parts is Tyler Seguin, who moved to a line alongside Chris Kelly and Benoit Pouliot. Seguin...
Tyler Seguin scored the game-winning goal at 3:17 in overtime as the visiting Boston Bruins evened their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at three games apiece with a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals. After Nicklas Backstrom turned the puck over in the neutral zone, Seguin accepted a feed from Milan Lucic and outwaited Braden Holtby before wristing the puck into the...
When Tyler Seguin made a move around Braden Holtby in overtime on Sunday night and buried the game-winning goal in Game 6 of the Bruins' first round playoff series with the Capitals, I wanted to react like I usually do when something great happens in the world of Boston sports.
It would have been nice to run around my brother's apartment - the venue I chose...
The Bruins beat the Capitals yesterday afternoon in overtime. Three times last postseason the Bruins have won a game seven. So, it is no surprise that the Bruins are facing yet another game seven must-win situation this year. Game six was great for Boston. Their top guys (all of them) finally stepped up. Of course Tyler Seguin's overtime winner was the biggest goal...
A full team effort by Boston put the visiting Bruins ahead late in the third period of Game 6 against the Capitals on Sunday. Tyler Seguin cut off a Washington pass and raced up the ice, taking a shot from the right side. His shot was stopped, and a couple of trailing Bruins missed the rebound. But Andrew Ference got to the puck at just the right time and fired in a goal to put the B's ahead.