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Bruins Force Yet Another Game Seven

      The Bruins beat the Capitals yesterday afternoon in overtime. Three times last postseason the Bruins have won a game seven. So, it is ...

      The Bruins beat the Capitals yesterday afternoon in overtime. Three times last postseason the Bruins have won a game seven. So, it is no surprise that the Bruins are facing yet another game seven must-win situation this year. Game six was great for Boston. Their top guys (all of them) finally stepped up. Of course Tyler Seguin's overtime winner was the biggest goal for the Bruins. Although, Rich Peverley, David Krejci, and Andrew Ference's goals were just as important. One of those was scored during the power play as well. The Bruins never trailed in this one which is yet another positive for this determined Boston team.
      Now, the Bruins have their work cut out for them. This long, hard series has now come down to one game that Boston has to be victorious in or they will be eliminated from this year's playoffs in round one. Again, in order to win this one, Boston's top players have to come up big yet again. Of course, Tim Thomas has to be stellar as well and their defence has to be excellent. The Bruins have experience on their side which will be another key factor going into this crucial game seven along with the fact that the Bruins will be playing this one at home in Boston. Be sure to catch this game live on CBC and NESN on Wednesday.

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