The Bruins are back into the series, but their Game 3 win didn't come without a ton of controversy.
First, there was Aaron Rome's hit on Nathan Horton, a hit that has affected all parties involved. Boston will be without Horton who will miss the rest of the series with a concussion, while Rome was suspended for the duration of the series for the hit.
The NHL has pledged to clean things up moving forward, but that all comes after not only Rome's hit on Horton, but all of the hoopla surrounding Alexandre Burrows and the biting incident from all the way back in Game 1. The league said they're cracking down on taunting after Maxim Lapierre taunted Patrice Bergeron in Game 2, and Mark Recchi and Milan Lucic returned the favors in Game 3.
In short, there's plenty to debate and discuss heading into Wednesday night's showdown at the TD Garden.
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