The chemistry between Michael Ryder, Rich Peverley and Chris Kelly is building, and it got a huge boost on Thursday night when the B's third line contributed eight points to the overtime win in Montreal.
The Bruins can only hope that chemistry continues in Game 5, and they also hope the success rubs off on the team's first line of Milan Lucic, Nathan Horton and David Krejci. The first line was held without a point and was limited to just five shots in Game 4, and they'll need to step up their game as the first-round series continues.
The momentum has definitely shifted in the Bruins' favor as they head back to Boston for Game 5, and they'll be getting plenty of support from the Garden crowd as they play for their first postseason win at home on Saturday night.
To hear more about the upcoming game and how the Bruins are preparing, check out the video above from NESN Daily.
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