Scoring slump will pump up Canucks
By Jason Botchford, The Province
Originally Published: Thursday, 8 March 2012
Flashback about a year ago. The Boston Bruins got scorched on March 19 by the Toronto Maple Leafs.
They had poor defence, spotty goaltending and looked slower than pond water.
That 5-2 loss was the Bruins’ sixth in seven games. The chances of doing something in the playoffs? Trending in the wrong direction.
“They would be fortunate to survive a first round in the postseason, never mind challenge for their first Cup since ’72,” one writer put it then.
A lede in the Boston Globe read: “OK, it’s official, the Bruins are a mess.”
You know what happened next.
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