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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tyler Seguin freed from Jail de Claude; Lightning suffer the consequences

Tyler Seguin played roughly 5 minutes in game one, and Claude Julien once again maddened his fan base and the common-sense arm of the media by refusing to play the kid. Tuesday night in a 6-5 win, Seguin played 13 minutes and 31 seconds. What a 13 minutes and 31 seconds it was.

The new golden boy of Boston sports, Seguin had 2 goals and 2 assists, logged plenty of ice time, and the Bruins survived some horrible defense and a shaky night from Tim Thomas to even up the series with Tampa.

Michael Ryder and Nathan Horton also had big games, Horton with 3 points (a goals and 2 assists) and Ryder with 2 goals and an assist. Dennis Seidenberg and Thomas Kaberle each added 2 assists. The B's had 5 goals in the second period alone, and forced Dwayne Roloson out of the game after 2 periods.

Tampa got to within one goal in the third period, but it wasn't enough.

Tim Thomas had 36 saves on 41 shots.

Post-Game audio below. All of our coverage of the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Playoffs is brought to you by Shipyard Brewing.

Claude Julien
Mark Recchi
Michael Ryder
Tyler Seguin


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