The Bruins got a hard day's work in before leaving Lake Placid on Wednesday afternoon, taking part in an "energetic" practice before hopping on the bus back to Montreal for Game 4.
The B's were glad to get away from the hustle and bustle in Montreal, and said they were able to focus on things they needed to do to even the series in Game 4.
"Coming here gave us an opportunity to step back and regroup and refocus," Gregory Campbell said before the B's left Olympic Center. "You can't let your guard down this time of year. You can't lose focus but at the same time if there's too much, sometimes you need to step back."
Bruins head coach Claude Julien was pleased with the team's quality practice on Wednesday and said that the team was able to relax during their brief trip to Lake Placid, a mindset that will hopefully translate onto the ice on Thursday night.
"That's the best way to keep yourself fresh for playoffs," Julien said. "They enjoyed the few days that we spent here, so for me, it was a positive trip."
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