The Bruins hold a two-game series lead over the top-seeded Penguins and are outscoring the Pens 9-1. The B’s are playing arguably their best hockey of the season right now, and entering Game 3 at TD Garden they aren’t taking anything for granted.
The Bruins know all too well what it feels like to be in the position that Pittsburgh is in now, down 2-0 at home in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against Montreal in 2011. We all know how that story ended for Boston — with a Stanley Cup championship. That is exactly the experience the team looks to draw on heading into Game 3 at home against the Penguins.
Watch the video above to hear how the B’s plan to use that experience to their benefit in the Eastern Conference finals.