Apr 17, 2011, 7:52 PM EDT
Even though there are a few teams facing 2-0 deficits, if you ask me, there really is only one team in huge trouble at this stage of the playoffs: the Boston Bruins.
Don’t get me wrong, though, the Bruins can still find a way to make a comeback. Still, the thing that separates the Bruins from the other teams in two-game holes is that they lost both of their games at home. The B’s must win four out of the next five games, but the worst part is that they need at least two wins in Montreal. That won’t be easy in a hockey-mad market that will be calling for Zdeno Chara‘s dehydrated head*.
Mike Milbury was once a player for the Bruins and also served as a head coach in the organization, so he has some added insight on his former team. Milbury discussed what the Bruins need to do to get back into this series, beyond getting Chara some Gatorade. Check out his thoughts in the video below.
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