Bruins' Marchand shows no remorse for punch

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National Hockey League playoff action on Thursday evening and we will see the Atlantic Division square off with the Metro Division as the Boston Bruins rumble with the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

They need him on the ice.

During a stoppage of play in Tuesday's Game 3 loss to the Blue Jackets, the Bruins winger delivered a jab from behind on Columbus' Harrington, which has put Marchand back in the spotlight for another cheap shot. Because like I said, I think there is frustration when top guys don't score. Few goalies can create that thought quite like Bobrovsky can.

Even though both Game 1 and 2 went past regulation, they played out very differently. "He's got to find it in himself to make sure". With a better net-front presence and more of a focus on getting towards the blue paint, the Bruins hope that will change. "Credit to him [Tuesday], but overall I don't think it's going to last".

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"From my point of view, if he's seeing it he's stopping it", Backes said of Bobrovsky.

Because as TV replays clearly showed, moments before the goal the puck hit the netting behind the goal and the play should have been ruled dead. "That'd be great, and it would give us a better chance to win".

"I said in the regular season toward the end of the year, if you don't check, you're not going to be ready to play in the playoffs", Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella said. With a focus on clogging the middle and not giving the Bruins any space to get to the net, the Bruins have had issues scoring against Bobrovsky. Columbus is the aggressor and they have overwhelmed and frustrated the Bruins top line.

There have also been mistakes, with penalties opening up precious power-play opportunities for the Blue Jackets. Bobrovsky tried to swat it away, but in doing so, the puck struck David Savard and dropped right at the skates of Kuraly, who was right above the crease. The Bruins' only goal was a fluky one in the last minute of the second period, the only chink in an otherwise brilliant game by Bobrovsky.

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"I'm not overly concerned about what's said in the media or what fans say". Tuukka Rask has given up 23 goals on 320 shots faced.

CHAOTIC FIRSTThere was a lot to unpack from a busy first period that finished with the Bruins ahead 2-1. From there Nash and Dubinsky were able to beat Rask with a double-deflection.

Harrington recorded one assist in a little more than 15 minutes on the ice, helping Columbus take a 2-1 series lead.

Of course, everything seems worse when you're not scoring, and not winning.

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