Bruins look towards Game 4
BOSTON (WHDH) -- The Bruins are back at home and on top of their game. Right now, they’re in control of the Stanley Cup final, but if you think it’s been easy, think again.
“I know we’re up 2-1, but there’s no reason to be overconfident about anything right now, because as the series goes on, it gets tougher and tougher and you know, the series is long from over,” said Bruins left wing, Milan Lucic.
The B’s have been getting more of the same from their re-vamped third line and Daniel Paille. And Paille’s injured line mate, Gregory Campbell, was back in the locker room after undergoing surgery. His teammates were happy to have him around and to have him be the target of jokes.
They always give me jabs about the way I’m dressed. Doesn’t matter if I’m playing or not,” said Campbell.
Teammates have light heartedly called him out on his style.
“Yeah , Soupy loves his fashion. Anytime you say something about his clothes, he’s not too happy about it. It’s about the only thing you can say to him to get under his skin,” said Bruins forward, Brad Marchand.
But it’s all fun and games in the locker room.
“Just ask him. It’s endearing. You can’t give him a break because he’s on crutches, I mean, we’re still boys here, you don’t get a free pass,” said Bruins forward, Shawn Thornton.
And the Blackhawks don’t get a free pass either. The B’s are hoping to put their foot down on the series and understand the challenges they face.
“We know what this game means for them and we know what this game means for us. So you know, a lot to look forward to, you know, they’re going to bring their best and we need to bring ours,” said Lucic.
The Bruins will face the Blackhawks in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals Wednesday night at the TD Garden. Puck drop will be at eight o’clock.