Boston Bruins Advance to Eastern Conference Finals for First Time Since 2013

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But now, Johansson is getting to play in his own playoff run and his first conference final.

The fans know it.

The Carolina Hurricanes lost to the Boston Bruins 5-2 in game one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Eastern Conference Finals on Thursday night. "We took care of business at home".

Honestly, the time to do it was probably two games ago. "We'll match that with our physicality and go from there", Cassidy added. "We're on a mission".

From there, the Bruins went on to score the next five goals with two of those coming on the power play, something that has become a problem for the Hurricanes in the series. But Sunday night's lopsided win was less dramatic and more complete. "I would get a chance and be productive and be in the lineup on a regular basis".

"And when you can get the team's best guy. maybe, thinking back, he might want it back, but he's looking for an opportunity to try and change momentum and maybe gets Marchy to react and they're in a scrum situation". Scoring in the game-two win was Matt Grzelcyk, who scored twice and now has three in the postseason, Jake DeBrusk, which was his 3rd of the playoffs, Connor Clifton, which was his first career goal overall, David Backes, which was his 2nd of the postseason and Danton Heinen, which was his 2nd. "We can skate with anybody. I think the players just get into the game a little better on the road in that regard", Cassidy said.

"I hear people say, "we gotta weather the first 10 minutes. It felt like 80 ... we have to regroup".

In Denver, Colorado, Gabriel Landeskog scored 2:32 into overtime after Colorado squandered a late lead in regulation as the Avalanche beat the San Jose Sharks 4-3 to force a decisive Game 7 in their Western Conference semi-final series. It's like having their game thrown right back at them because typically they are the aggressors, the team forechecking relentlessly.

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So don't count them out just yet. "Feed off the crowd and feed off the atmosphere".

And when the puck drops, one thing will be clear for the Hurricanes.

If it's McElhinney, the Bruins will likely have to shoot quicker because he plays deeper in the crease and is focused more on being positionally sound than using his athleticism. Boston's first goal dribbled through his body, while he was wildly out of position on a couple of other goals.

Game 1 of the best-of-seven series is slated for 8 p.m.in Boston, the National Hockey League announced Tuesday. They've been here before.

The Hurricanes fate leans on their key players, some who were non-existent in Game 2.

As good as Mrazek and McElhinney have been, the Bruins still have the edge in goal. Three minutes later, Williams took a tripping penalty at the end of a long shift. Sebastian Aho finished the game with a Corsi For Percentage of 33.33%, failing to land a five-on-five shot on goal.

Unless Carolina can hold serve, the same might be said of the series. Does he stick with struggling Petr Mrazek in goal, or switch to Curtis McElhinney in search of a spark? "We didn't play well in front of him. It's amusing when that happens because you know you got the better of them at that point". "But we're looking forward to it".

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