The Boston Bruins scored six goals for the second time in the NHL Playoffs as they cruised past the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 2. St. Louis Blues’ Pat Maroon already put the Game 1 defeat to the San Jose Sharks behind him and is prepared to respond in Game 2. Meanwhile Carolina Hurricanes captain Justin Williams was far from happy with his team’s loss to the Boston Bruins.
Bruins are 2-0 up in the Easter Conference Finals
The Boston Bruins successfully defended home ice in the opening two games of the Eastern Conference Finals as they beat the Carolina Hurricanes, 6-2. Eleven different players registered a point and here you can see highlights from that game.
11 different players registered a point as the #NHLBruins erupted for six goals on Sunday afternoon in Game 2.
🎥 All the highlights from the 6-2 victory over Carolina: pic.twitter.com/PLNgIpy5S3
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) May 13, 2019
Maroon is determined to get one back
The St. Louis Blues lost Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals to the San Jose Sharks and Pat Maroon is determined to bounce back and tie the series when the rivals hit the ice tonight.
— St. Louis Blues 🏆 (@StLouisBlues) May 13, 2019
Williams’ weird comparison
The Carolina Hurricanes are 2-0 down in the Eastern Conference Finals and their captain Justin Williams compared the current feeling with the taste of a poop sandwich, which is kind of weird.
Justin Williams: "Sometimes you’ve got to eat a poop sandwich. It doesn’t taste good, but you have to chew on it for a little bit. We’ll have to do it for a couple of days and get the taste out of our mouth the next game."
— Michael Smith (@MSmithCanes) May 12, 2019
Donskoi with a message to the fans
The San Jose Sharks opened the Western Conference Finals with a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues and right winger Joonas Donskoi sent a message to the fans as a part of the Stanley Cup Confidential series.
— NHL (@NHL) May 12, 2019
The San Jose Sharks deserved a relaxing massage following their Game 1 over St. Louis Blues and here we can see that Joonas Donskoi and Erik Karlsson surely enjoyed the session.
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) May 12, 2019