It's been a long time since the Bruins have captivated the city of Boston like they have this postseason. But the team now stands four wins shy of their first Stanley Cup victory since 1972, and players, fans and even the owner of the team couldn't be happier.
Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs discussed his pride in the Bruins organization on Sunday, stating that the Bruins have learned from their experiences and have evolved into the team that they are now. He said that this Bruins team shares a common bond, which began 100 games ago when the B's started their season in Prague.
Chris Kelly and Milan Lucic are two players that have noticed the buzz swirling around the Bruins throughout the city of Boston, and they are relishing every minute of it.
To hear what else Jacobs, Lucic and Kelly had to say, as well as what head coach Claude Julien had to say about Jeremy Jacobs' pride in the team, check out the video above.