Bruins Can’t Afford Another No-Show From Offensive Stars As Series With Capitals Shifts to Washington

Bruins Can't Afford Another No-Show From Offensive Stars As Series With Capitals Shifts to Washington
The Bruins are going to Washington, and they better bring their offensive game.

The B's and Capitals will play Game 3 of their first-round series Monday night in D.C., and Boston needs to find its offense. One of the highest-scoring teams in hockey this season, the Black and Gold have just two goals in their two games thus far.

Tim Thomas and a superb defensive effort helped the B's to a 1-0 overtime win in Game 1, but Claude Julien's bunch learned they can't live like that with a 2-1 loss in Game 2. 

For the Bruins to advance, they're going to need more offense, especially from their first two lines, which have been silenced through two games.

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