Bruins have to stop being satisfied with just being here and play to win

In the regular season, no one would’ve stood for that. While you can’t take a dumb penalty there or at any point of these crucial games, a message still could’ve been sent. Dennis Seidenberg came close in Game 2, but I still have yet to see anyone plant Lapierre on his rear. And Burrows is playing as though he’s wearing a no-contact jersey practice jersey but everyone else is fair game for him.

Hopefully for those of us that would like to be part of a lengthy series, Krejci & Co., had their “fun flight” back to Boston. It won’t be much fun at the TD Garden if those light times don’t translate into harder tougher play starting with Game 3. Several Bruins, young and old, have talked about this series being a potential once-in-a-lifetime affair. It’s time for their play to reflect that notion.

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