Experience might be a element in this year’s Eastern Conference matchup between the Bruins and Hurricanes. The Bruins are loaded with it, playing 32 post-season games (as a franchise) in the last 3 years alone. It’s another story in Carolina, where the Hurricanes, prior to this year, did not qualify for the post-season in nine years. Both these teams have been impressive for this stage.
Hurricanes vs Bruins Stanley Cup Betting Evaluation This is going to be the third time that the teams will face off at the playoffs because the Hurricanes moved to Raleigh from Hartford in 1997 and also the fifth time they have played against each other in the post-season. The last time they met was back at the 2009 conference semifinals, where the Hurricanes defeated the Bruins in seven games.
Fast forward to the season at which the Bruins took two of three games in the Hurricanes during the regular season. Two out of those three games have been decided by one goal (such as an overtime game) the other, a two-goal game.
Dating back a couple seasons ago, the Hurricanes are 0-4 in their last four games in Boston, while the home team within this head-to-head show is 7-2 in the last nine matches.
Additionally, the over has been in drama when these two teams get together going 6-1-1 in the last eight encounters.
Carolina Hurricanes
The Carolina Hurricanes have been an wonderful story this post-season, and there are so many reasons why.
First off, they’ve had a terrific goaltending tandem in Petr Mrazek and Curtis McElhinney. Mrazek started off the playoffs and performed well for example registering two shutouts prior to his injury against the Islanders. Afterward, McElhinney comes inposts and articles even superior numbers. Head Coach Rod Brind’Amour will have a tough decision in game one, because Mrazek is now back practicing with the team. He’s the starter.
Defenceman Jaccob Slavin leads the Canes in points with 11 assists, and works at the ends of the ice. He’s sixth in the NHL with a normal ice time of 26:36 and has invested a lot of it matched against competitor’s top lines.
Of note, Nino Niederreiter just has one goal in 11 games. This later 14 goals and 30 points in 36 games with the club.
Boston Bruins
According to Head Coach Bruce Cassidy, Goaltender Tuukka Rask has been the Bruins“most consistent player during the previous series“ and that is very good news for Bruins fans. So much this post-season Rask has emerged in all 13 playoff games, is second in goals against (2.02) and first in save percentage (.938) he is a front-runner in the Conn Smythe trophy race. In the series clinching game against the Blue Jackets he recorded his first playoff shutout since May 8, 2014
Forward Brad Marchand has continued this post-season at which he left out during the normal season. Marchand is coming off his first career 100 point regular season (36 goals, 64 assists) and has 13 points (five goals, eight assists) in 13 playoff games.
The Bruins received some bad news about Charlie McAvoy earlier in the week. The young defenceman has been assessed a one-game suspension to the hit to the head of Josh Anderson in Game 6 of their prior series.
Also, Captain Zdeno Chara leads the NHL post with a plus-9 mark. The 42 year old is still a constant factor on the B’s rear end.

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