What’s Next for the Boston Bruins?

May 26th, 2010 by Tony Santorsa Leave a reply »
The 2009-2010 season for the Boston Bruins was filled with up and downs. They were very inconsistent in the regular season, but they finished strong entering the playoffs. They determined their No. 1 goalie, Tuukka Rask, and they surged into the playoffs.

Once in the playoffs, the Bruins appeared to be a different team. They were playing like the 2008-2009 Bruins, who had the best record in the Eastern Conference. The B's dominated the best goalie in the world, Ryan Miller, and knocked off the Buffalo Sabers in a significant upset. 

Boston rode their momentum into the second round where they would play the No. 7 Philadelphia Flyers. With momentum going their way, the B's, as we know, jumped to a 3-0 series lead. And, you know the rest.

Myself, as a Bruins fan, can say that I am over "the collapse," enough that I am able to discuss it.

As we all know, consistency killed Boston this year. So, what's next for the Boston Bruins?

First, let me just point out that the Bruins led the league in GOA, but they were at the bottom with goals scored; that needs to change. 

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