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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Eastern Conference Finals Coverage presented by Shipyard: Bruins drop Game One

Tyler Seguin on way to his 1st Playoff Goal (PHOTO DAN HICKLING)
After not playing since last Friday night, some rust was to be expected from both hockey teams. Unfortunately for the Boston Bruins, they were three goals rustier than Tampa Bay in a 5-2 game one loss.

Three quick goals in the first period ended the Bruins chances. Sean Bergenheim, who killed the Caps in the last round, continued his good play, potting the first goal of the series for either team. After two more quick Lightning goals, the Bruins were down 3-0 and the building was zapped of life. Tyler Seguin, who made the most of his sparse ice time, scored his first career playoff goal to make it 3-1 at the end of the first period, but the Bruins never got any closer than that.

Stay tuned for post-game audio taken live from the TD Garden, and a reminder, our Bruins coverage is brought to you by the good folks at Shipyard.

Tyler Seguin
David Krejci
Tim Thomas
Claude Julien


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