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Power-Play Problems Dooming Bruins

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So it’s down to this again for the Bruins [team stats]: a Game 7 at home they simply must find a way to win, with who knows what fallout if they fail.

A difference this year, in comparison to their three most recent, unsuccessful Game 7s, is that the Bruins will take the ice at the Garden tonight filled with absolute confidence that they are a better hockey team than the Canadiens.

The Habs have won three games in this series and, in one very crucial sense, all three were the same. In each loss, the Bruins beat themselves.

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