Down go the Canucks
If you haven't been watching the other playoff series, you are missing some great hockey.
In the East, The Montreal Canadiens fall 3-1 in their series with Ottawa after blowing a 2-0 lead late in third to eventually lose in overtime in one of the softest goals.
Pittsburgh also lost last night as the New York Islanders scored 3 third period goals to come away with a 6-4 victory and even the series at 2 games a piece.
In West, The San Jose Sharks swept the Vancouver Canucks 4-3 on a Patrick Marleau overtime goal. This is the second straight year the Canucks have lost in the first round, after making it to game 7 of the Finals against the Bruins in 2011. Vancouver is 2-12 in postseason play after Aaron Rome head-hunted Nathan Horton.
Finally, Chicago came one win closer to moving on as they went up 3-1 i their series vs Minnesota after a 3-0 win.
There are a number of games on tonight, starting with the Bruins trying to go up 3-1 on the Maple Leafs at 7, New York Rangers will try to even the series at 2 games a piece against the Capitals at 7:30. The Kings and Blues battle it out in a 2-2 series at 9, and the Ducks and Red Wings will battle it out at 10.
Keep your eyes open for the Bruins keys to game 4 and the Bruins postgame recap.