Following a shocking early playoff exit, Boston Bruins president Cam Neely doesn’t think the team has to make any major changes to find success next season.
Neely has faith in the experience that the young players on the B’s received in the playoffs and doesn’t believe that the team lost playing their best hockey.
“We had a very succesfull regular season, it just didn’t translate into the playoffs, especially the second round,” Neely said. “If I thought that we played our best hockey and lost, then it’s a different conversation. But we didn’t play our best hockey, and that to me is why it still gives me confidence in our guys.”
Check out the rest of what Neely had to say in the video above.