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Mut and Merloni preview Game 4 of the first round of the NHL PLayoffs between the Bruins and the Red Wings.
and got chances in the second and third periods, but Tuukka Rask made all the stops he had to as he protected Boston's ..... Everything was kept to the outside, with strong looks at Rask hard to come by in a period that saw them only put four
forwards are able to get quality chances, of course, is Tuukka Rask . The Vezina favorite has stopped 57 of the 59 shots he ..... one of them and the other one bounced off bodies and in. Rask said after Game 2 that he’s liked what he’s seen from
from Miller high in the zone, Helm stepped around Iginla and threw a shot on net that went off Glendening and past Tuukka Rask to make it a one-goal game. Not scoring against the other team's second-line is one thing. Getting beaten by third-and-fourth-liners
kept the other teams’ depth quiet, but Datsyuk put on a one-man show on that late shift before firing a wrister past Tuukka Rask high in the zone. In all the talk we did leading up to this series of the favorable matchups the Bruins should have
Blackhawks within one in the third period, and they eventually tied the game and won in triple overtime. Afterwards, Tuukka Rask called Krug’s turnover “terrible.” The next day, the Bruins had media availability at their hotel and as
Blackhawks last postseason in seven games (15) than Tuukka Rask did in six (16). Rask was perhaps the best goalie in the NHL this ..... the bat with a healthy Chara, a very confident Rask and a highly motivated Iginla. Yes, the Bruins
empty net goal with 1:59 remaining. Tuukka Rask picked up his fourth career playoff ..... RIGHT FOR THE BRUINS - The Bruins and Rask deserve major credit for how they ..... shot that bounced off bodies and past Rask in Game 2. - The Bruins absolutely
s definitely not afraid to do it. He’ s way more valuable to us on the ice. Arguably him, [ Patrice Bergeron ], Tuukka [ Rask ], and maybe [ Milan Lucic ] are arguably the most important players on our team. Him sitting in the box for five minutes
two more at even strength. For the second straight game, Rask held the Red Wings to one goal. Justin Florek scored the Bruins ..... Iginla and fired a shot that went off Luke Glendening and past Tuukka Rask . Milan Lucic made up for his line’s goal against, however, taking
defenseman Dougie Hamilton as a screen, fired a shot that beat Tuukka Rask on the far side for the game’s only goal and a 1-0 Detroit ..... try to get the puck in your eyes and I couldn’t,” Rask said of Datsyuk’s shot. “It squeaked by me. Usually he
scoreless late, Pavel Datsyuk beat Tuukka Rask with 3:01 left to get the Red Wings ..... forward in the series. - Not sure what Tuukka Rask was thinking when he came way out ..... already giving chase to the puck, but Rask got to it and turned it over, leaving
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