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Fresh Links: Bruins Dig Deep To Cover Injuries, No More Opening Night Jitters

The majority of Bruins can now claim Stanley Cup Playoff experience

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NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Boston Bruins at Ottawa Senators
Patrice Bergeron, probably right after another faceoff win.
Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins are gearing up for tomorrow’s Game #2 at 3:00 PM against the Senators.

  • Enough about Charlie McAvoy already! He was just fine, but not ready for legendary status by any means. Puck Daddy
  • Young Bruins without playoff experience made a difference for their team. All set for game two! Boston Herald
  • John-Michael Liles has some acutely painful memories of his previous playoff experience, and Riley Nash is enjoying his first taste after a long playoff dearth in Carolina. Providence Journal
  • One of the big stories lingering into game two will still be the injury situation. (with video) NESN
  • The Bruins are steeled to call up replacement players as needed. NEXT! Bruins NHL
  • How about some love for Nash ? The unheralded depth player has risen to the occasion at key points for his team. Boston Herald
  • A sharp Tuukka Rask is a good sign for the Bruins’ hopes for playoff success. Prospect Joona Koppanen has signed an entry level contract. Boston Globe
  • Koppanen’s name may sound vaguely familiar, but THIS player is the young fifth-round pick from the 2016 draft. Bruins NHL
  • Sit in on Wednesday’s postgame podcast with Ty Anderson and Josh Dolan of WEEI. (Audio) WEEI
  • So, the Senators plan to harry Rask in game two. Gonna be kinda hard to accomplish from that trap formation at center ice, no? Globe and Mail