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As the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs march on to Round 2, there is only one negative that comes with the advancement of the tournament: there are less games to be played.

As a result, there are only two games played a night as opposed to the three we saw a night during Round 1. Less playoff hockey is never a good thing.

On Saturday, the Bruins played Game 2 of their best-of-seven series vs Montreal, and calling it an all-timer is quite the understatement.

Maybe it's because we've seen it happen so many times in the past few years. Maybe it was because we almost saw the same thing happen two days before in Game 1: the Bruins are pretty good at 'flipping the switch.' It's happened so much recently, it has become 

The B's scored four unanswered goals in the third period vs the Habs to vault themselves from a 3-1 deficit to a 5-3 victory. Certainly one of the more incredible games we've seen this team play in the last few playoff runs.

Montreal Canadiens @ Boston Bruins: 3 - 5, series tied 1-1




Los Angeles Kings @ Anaheim Ducks: 3 - 2 (OT), Los Angeles leads the series 1 - 0

The Kings grabbed the early series lead when Marion Gaborik tied the game at two's with just seven seconds left in regulation, and then scored again in overtime to give the Kings the win on the road.

Mark Burke 5/04/2014 04:35:00 PM Edit

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