BOSTON (CBS) — Finally, the Bruins have some issues to worry about.
And I’m not just talking about the unfortunate seeding that matched them up for the upcoming first-round playoff series against a Detroit Red Wings team that beat them three times in the regular season.
There are concerns about the Bruins just days before the start of the playoffs, even though a few weeks ago it was hard to see any reason why they wouldn’t just sweep their way to a second Stanley Cup championship in four years.
March was the Bruins’ month of dominance, as they romped to a point in 16 straight games (15-0-1) and won 12 games in a row during one stretch of that streak. With the exception of Reilly Smith’s non-existent contribution on the score sheet, everything else was clicking both offensively and defensively for the Bruins. Both goaltenders were limiting the opposition to…
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