Brian Leetch thinks that the Boston Bruins will hold serve at home to force a Game 7 against Vancouver, a fitting end to a hard fought, back and forth Stanley Cup Finals.
Brian Leetch expects the canucks-Bruins series to be close, but he believes Vancouver will prevail in 6 games to claim their first Stanley Cup.
NHL analyst Brian Leetch previews the upcoming Boston vs. Tampa Bay series and believes that Tim Thomas is the key for Boston to advance to this year’s Stanley Cup Final.
Brian Leetch predicts the Bruins will take home a five game victory, but if they get distracted the Canadiens could pull off an upset.
Out of all the NHL postseason awards in 2010-11, the race for the Vezina Trophy has featured Tim Thomas jogging alone with the rest of the League’s top goaltenders about five miles back. The Boston Bruins netminder still leads the League in goals against average (2.03), save percentage (.938) and is third in shutouts (7).
It is a rare occasion when Pekka Rinne is in the same building with a goalie that is his equal. As luck would have it for the playoff-pushing Predators, the Boston Bruins are in town. Rinne and Tim Thomas are two of the best in the NHL this season, virtual locks to be finalists for
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