REPORT: Brad Marchand was NOT happy and calls out his team after last nights game

Published March 29, 2023 at 6:31 PM

The Boston Bruins are enjoying an outstanding season, which is shaping up to be one of the greatest in franchise history. With 74 games played, they have won an impressive 57 of them, lost only 12 in regulation, and five in overtime. This gives them a commanding lead of 16 points over the second-placed Carolina Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference standings.

The Bruins have been playing with an intensity and passion that has captured the attention of fans and experts alike. They have been setting records left and right with their stunning victories and dominant performances, and are truly living up to the hype of a "last dance" season.

As they head into the playoffs, the Bruins are the clear favourites to lift the coveted Stanley Cup this season. Their roster is stacked with top-tier talent, including players such as Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Pastrnak, who have been instrumental in their success.

In a recent game against the Nashville Predators, the Bruins had an opportunity to clinch the Presidents' Trophy for the best regular season team. However, they came up short and suffered a 2-1 loss, despite outplaying their opponents throughout the game. The Bruins registered an impressive 36 shots on goal, compared to Nashville's 22, but were unable to convert their chances.

Following the game, Brad Marchand, one of the team's star wingers, expressed his disappointment with the team's performance, highlighting the need for improvement in key areas. Despite the setback, the Bruins remain a formidable force and are sure to bounce back stronger as they push towards playoff glory.

Brad Marchand on the 2-1 loss to Nashville: "We obviously took them lightly. We seemed to get up for the teams that we could potentially face down the road. I think we were a little disrespectful of the game tonight. It is what it is. Learn from it. Move on

Although the Bruins have had a remarkably successful season, with only one brief losing streak, they do not take their success for granted. As Brad Marchand noted, the team is always learning and striving to improve, even when they win.

However, despite their dominance in the regular season, the Bruins cannot afford to become complacent. As they head towards the playoffs, it is essential that they maintain their focus and intensity, and avoid the temptation to "coast" to the finish line. In the past, we have seen teams struggle in the postseason after a long stretch of easy victories in the regular season, and the Bruins must guard against falling into that trap.
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REPORT: Brad Marchand was NOT happy and calls out his team after last nights game

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