It's just not right.
"I've gotten calls from friends who live in San Diego, and they're saying I'm the talk of the water cooler", Berry said. That's what we expect. When there is a mistake, it's a green light to whine, complain and make excuses.
If they lose the Cup, it's the referees' fault.
It's certainly not the Bruins' fault, right? I feel as bad for him as anything else. How do we prepare to win Game 6?
"I'm not talking about it", the usually talkative Maroon said. It was the first time in the series a team has won two in a row. That's the really unfortunate part to all of this. "But it's not hard to figure out when you look at our roster", he said. But our play has to define us on the ice, not a non-call or whatever. We should be pointing fingers at Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron, both of whom have gone unnoticed, and praising David Perron for finally stepping up and scoring the victor in Game 5.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs have unfortunately been as much about the quality of officiating as they have about the skill of the game's elite players.
Grzelcyk skated without a no-contact jersey on Thursday night ahead of Game 5 at TD Garden, so one does wonder if the Bruins puck-moving D-man experienced some kind of setback over the days leading up to Sunday night's do-or-die showdown. Ironically, both the Bruins and the Blues have survived this situation before. He doesn't take any games off unless it's impossible to play. They have taken command of a series that has featured dominant performances from both teams by taking advantage of limited opportunities in each of the past two contests.
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With Chara cleared to play, the Bruins suited up seven defensemen in Game 5. Derek Sanderson and Bobby Orr, the connection that gave the Bruins the game-winning goal against the Blues in the 1970 clincher, were the pregame banner wavers. It wasn't overtime. It wasn't an elimination game.
"It puts us in a 2-0 hole", said DeBrusk.
"The reaction was 'You missed an F'ing call, ' that was what was being said on the bench, for obvious reasons", Cassidy said. "Let's go back to Toronto".
But it was O'Reilly that opened the scoring, picking up his third goal in five periods with a backhander after linemate Zach Sanford crossed up the Chara/Charlie McAvoy pairing with a between-the-legs pass. Some people felt it was goalie interference, some people didn't.
Game 6 will be played on Sunday, June 9 in St. Louis.
An excellent choice of words and accompanying image, likely narrowly beating out Cassidy's "We thought we got screwed". But I think there was about 10 minutes left, there's still enough time. It's not going to be brought up in the locker room. "It put us closer together, especially now". If not, well, the city of Boston could soon be drowning in crocodile tears.
The insinuation from Cassidy there is that the public complaints from Craig Berube following Game 3 has changed the tone of this series, with the Blues seemingly allowed to get away with more headshots and physical play, while the Bruins have suddenly been unable to draw the penalties they did in the first three games of the series.
Cassidy is still pretty ticked off that officials missed Tyler Bozak's blatant trip of Noel Acciari late in the third period, which led to the eventual game-winning goal for the Blues. "I'm 35 and I don't have the energy or play the way I did when I was younger, but I think I'm smarter now and I know a little more how to play the game better than times before". So after the game, it's tough. "You don't go into a game thinking you might get hurt".
"You can see the official has a clear view of it, a crystal clear view", NBC Sports analyst Mike Milbury said on the broadcast. He feels like he cost the team a game. I've grown tight to this group, these players. That's his job, is to win pucks. That's a tough one. This would be expected of anybody, to say nothing of an National Hockey League player, just five days removed from breaking his jaw. So that's the emotion that comes into it after a game. I guess we could wake up in the morning and they could tell me he's got a chance [to play in Game 6].