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How the Bruins top line dominated, but got very little help




At The Cult of Hockey we kept track of a new scoring chance stat, Roger Neilson numbers, and in Game 2 of the Stanleu Cup finals, they showed just how much Nathan Horton, David Krejci and Milan Lucic dominated for the Bruins, and just how little every else did for the cause. The big three made plays (23) on more scoring chances than all the other forwards combined (18). So Boston's Big Bad Line got it done and were unlucky not to score more. But this defeat was no mirage, based on the lack of production of the other lines. Can Patrice Bergeron or Tyler Seguin step up? Not sure.

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