Never Say Die: Boston Bruins Search For Inspiration

March 11th, 2010 by Wayne Whittaker Leave a reply »
Despite all the prognostications of doom, the Boston Bruins still find themselves very much in the thick of a playoff race. Sitting ever uncomfortably in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, the Bruins no longer have any room for error.

Boston does not appear to be getting any help from lady luck however, as NESN reports that the Bruins will be forced to go on without their star centerman, Marc Savard, who will likely miss the remainder of the 2009-2010 season after finding himself on the receiving end of a devastating (legal) cheap shot from Pittsburgh’s Matt Cooke.

If it wasn’t apparent through the first three quarters of the season, it’s become quite clear that this will not likely be the year the B’s snap their Stanley Cup drought.

Frustration probably doesn’t begin to describe what Boston fans have felt all year long. But as this disappointing season continues to wind down, there are still some bright spots to look forward to heading into the final stretch.


Mar. 18 vs. Pittsburgh

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