It's do or die for the Bruins on Monday night. If they win, they'll force a decisive Game 7 back in Vancouver on Wednesday. If they lose, their season will end two wins shy of Stanley Cup glory. But the B's are focused and confident that they can keep their season alive.

B's defenseman Andrew Ference, who called the Bruins a family, said that there's no need for any rousing pregame speeches to get the team going for their Game 6 matchup. The stakes are high enough to get each player ready.

Forward Daniel Paille added, though, that Game 6 presents a mind-over-matter situation, in which they'll likely be bringing a little extra to the table.

Meanwhile, Nathan Horton, who's out for the rest of the series with a concussion, made an appearance in the Bruins locker room on Monday. While he might not be taking to the ice any time soon, he's going to try to be in attendance for Monday's game.

To hear what else the Bruins had to say leading up to the very important Game 6, check out the video above from Bruins Face-Off Live.