The Bruins played a solid 59 minutes of hockey in Game 1 on Wednesday night. Unfortunately for them, though, a lapse in the final minute, paired with a great play by Ryan Kesler, means the B's head into Saturday's Game 2 looking to salvage a split in Vancouver.

NESN analyst Andy Brickley spoke with Naoko Funayama on Thursday at Bruins practice, and he stressed how important it would be for the Bruins to learn from what happened in Game 1. He said it's important for them to make adjustments, especially on the power play, in order to come away with a split in Vancouver.

He said the B's should remain confident knowing that they would be in a good place if they are able to head home tied at a game apiece.

See all of what he had to say in the video above.