Only one game happened last night that affects the Bruins' playoff chances, and the Bruins went ahead and lost it. Great job, jerks. Let's run through this, shall we?
The table and I have a love-hate thing going on. I created it, but it is throwing a tantrum and showing the Bruins in a bad light. Anyways, here it is. Remember, it's sorted by maximum possible points left:
|EC3||Detroit Red Wings||80||42||25||13||97||38||4||101||--||3||3||2|
The Bruins have the second game of a back-to-back tonight, against Florida. Detroit and Ottawa also play. Ottawa is facing the Rangers, who just clinched the President's trophy. Detroit is playing Montreal. .
|4/9/2015||7:00:00 PM||Ottawa Senators||@||New York Rangers|
|4/9/2015||7:30:00 PM||Detroit Red Wings||@||Montreal Canadiens|
|4/9/2015||7:30:00 PM||Boston Bruins||@||Florida Panthers|
|4/10/2015||7:00:00 PM||Pittsburgh Penguins||New York Islanders|
|4/11/2015||12:30:00 PM||Ottawa Senators||@||Philadelphia Flyers|
|4/11/2015||7:00:00 PM||Detroit Red Wings||@||Carolina Hurricanes|
|4/11/2015||7:00:00 PM||Pittsburgh Penguins||@||Buffalo Sabres|
|4/11/2015||7:30:00 PM||Boston Bruins||@||Tampa Bay Lightning|
If we win out, we still get in. Especially if one of those wins is a ROW. If not, it gets...complicated. We now go to a live feed of the Stanley Cup of Chowder staff trying to figure it all out:
"Just win, baby!" - Al Davis