Boston Bruins Torey Krug Out For Game 5

Heather Diaz
May 6, 2018

As it if wasn't going to be hard enough for the Bruins to extend their post-season, the task has become even more challenging. They return home for Game 5 on Sunday afternoon at Amalie Arena with history on their side, No Lightning team has ever blown a 3-1 lead in the playoffs, and the Bruins are 0-23 in series they trailed 3-1.

Marchand said that he only chose to lick Callahan after the Callahan punched him in the face four times. "You look at this series and you're going to say it's 3-1 Tampa, but these games could have gone either way". He has three goals and nine assists this postseason in 11 games.

This is not good news for the Boston Bruins ahead of Sunday's Game 5 in Tampa Bay. The Lightning defeat the Bruins 4-1. Just to not have to get on the plane, not have to go a hotel ... it can be draining on you.

"I don't know, I guess we'll see if he licks me", Callahan said.

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Bruins team physician Dr. Peter Asnis said Saturday that Krug will not be available for the remainder of the series as he undergoes additional testing to determine the full extent of the injury.

"We had the lead, it was a very blatant grab on Chucky's shoulder and turned into a goal", said Bruins left wing Brad Marchand. Rookie left wing Danton Heinen and veteran center Riley Nash were left out of the lineup entirely; right wing David Backes was moved to a fourth line.

Reaching a "Slap Shot" level of absurdity, the National Hockey League released a statement Saturday detailing it's official tsk-tsking of Marchand and his up-the-snout licking of the Lightning's Ryan Callahan in Friday's Game 4.

Since Marchand's incident with the Leafs' Leo Komarov in the first round of the playoffs, the National Hockey League has been indecisive on how best to stop him from licking opposing players. "The missed calls are costing (us) goals in games, it's unfortunate they can't get it right". It also announced that it put Marchand "on notice that his actions last night are unacceptable and similar behavior in the future will be dealt with by way of supplemental discipline". "I just can't say enough how much it helps being able to rest your mind".

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