Bruins Head Home Even With Capitals, But Momentum Is Clearly on Washington’s Side

by NESN Staff

April 20, 2012

Bruins Head Home Even With Capitals, But Momentum Is Clearly on Washington's Side

The Bruins and the Capitals are now playing a three-game series for the chance to move on to the second round. Two of those three games are in Boston.

However, there may be some sense of doubt creeping in for B's fans after the Caps took Game 4 on Thursday night to even the series.

If the B's are to win the series as expected, they're going to need to figure out how to change something offensively after another poor showing in Game 4.

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