Found April 24, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
For almost six whole games, and with the Bruins left staring down the barrel of a gun named elimination, the Boston Bruins waited for signs of life from their top-line scorers. David Krejci, Milan Lucic, and the 20-year-old Tyler Seguin, players that accounted for 78 of Boston’s 260 goals this season (Or 30% for those math enthusiasts out there), were held to almost zippo as the B's arrived...

David Krejci, Milan Lucic Could Be Stars in Game 7 Against Washington Capitals

After a nerve-wracking Game 6, the Bruins pushed the Capitals to a deciding Game 7 on Wednesday. In 2011, Boston faced plenty of Game 7s and came out on top in every one. Whether or not they can continue that streak will be decided Wednesday night, but that doesn't mean Bruins reporter Douglas Flynn can't provide some insight on how it will all go down. He took questions...

Tyler Seguin Makes First Goal of Playoffs Count for Bruins

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 Screams 'Come and See How Good I Look' After Game-Winning Goal (Caption Contest)

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...

Tyler Seguin Fights Through Capitals' Defense to Put Bruins on Board (Video)

The Capitals held their one-goal lead deep into the second period, but the Bruins weren't going to be denied. Tyler Seguin fought his way through a pack of Caps to send in a rebound and tie the game 1-1. Washington was patient with the puck as it held its lead, but Boston kept up the pressure. Andrew Ference teed up a shot from near the blue line, and after Capitals goalie Braden...

Seguin forces game 7 with overtime winner

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 [...]

Bruins Have Plenty of Game 7 Experience

                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...

Bruins vs. Caps: It's A Matter Of Survival

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...

Bruins season comes to an end with OT loss, Red Sox sweep Twins

The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins’ season came to a disappointing end Wednesday night as they fell 2-1 in Game 7 to the Washington Capitals at TD Garden. Joel Ward scored just 2:53 into overtime to give the Capitals the win. Tyler Seguin had the lone Bruins goal coming in the second period, while Tim Thomas finished with 25 saves. It was one of the most highly contested...
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