Despite Game Seven Loss To Flyers, “It’s All Good” In Boston

May 15th, 2010 by Mark Ritter Leave a reply »
No doubt about it, the Boston Bruins game seven and subsequent Eastern Conference Semi-Finals loss to the history making Philadelphia Flyers is both a shocker and a major source of depression for Bruins fans.

Not only did Bruins fans have to endure losing to one of their most hated rivals in the Philadelphia Flyers, they also allowed the Flyers to make NHL history as the Flyers win over the Bruins will likely go down as the biggest upset win, ever!

Up three games to none in the series, the Bruins completely choked, losing four games straight to a Flyers team that was running near empty and had to endure numerous injuries, including losing Brian Boucher in game five.

Needless to say, nobody could blame the odd Bruins fan if they woke up in the Emergency Room with their wrists slashed, especially when you factor in that the Bruins may have lost the game based on a questionable, yet undeniable, too many men on the ice penalty.

For Bruins fans, the too many men penalty served as a hurtful reminder of the Bruins May 10, 1979 loss to the Montreal Canadiens in which the Bruins took a too many men on the ice penalty in game seven of the Eastern Conferenc ...

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