BOSTON (WHDH) — One more practice and then it’s back to Chicago for the Bruins. They leave for the windy city Friday ahead of game 5 Saturday night and fans will be at TD Garden to give the Bruins a send-off rally to get them pumped up.
The Bruins left in style to start off the series against Chicago and Friday would be no exception. The Bruins will get another send-off from fans, who hope players can take their energy with them to take game 5 on the Blackhawks ice.
The B's head to Chicago coming off a tough overtime loss – a game that tied the series 2-to-2.
“We gave ourselves a chance, it was good to see that we were able to keep fighting back and give ourselves a chance but we're at the point we are know and we move on from last game,” said Bruins defenseman, Adam McQuaid.
“You want to learn from every game regardless if you win or lose, but like winning you want to put the game behind you, it's in the past.”
The Blackhawks set the pace and speed of game four but the Bruins said they know how to bounce back.
Even with the loss – the Bruins feel confident after getting five goals past Crawford.
“These finals especially the momentum shifts and both teams have their moments so we just try to recognize what the situation is, and not get too carried away about the losses or wins and just try to stay even keel,” said goalie Tuukka Rask.
“It's a back and forth game every night, and goalies are playing well, lots of opportunities, so they're very close games, very exciting and it's a fun series to be a part of,” said Brad Marchand.
The Bruins send-off rally starts at 11 a.m. Friday at TD Garden.