Entering Game 5 with the series tied two games a piece, the Boston Bruins will have to find a way to take at least one game on the Chicago Blackhawks home ice if they are going to be crowned Stanley Cup champions. After the way that Game 4 went for the team, you would think they will be trying to turn things around to stop the Blackhawks momentum, but the Bruins will be heading in to Game 5 cool, calm and relaxed.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien said that he isn’t worried about the last game and the team is only looking forward to getting back on top this series.
“We’ve had our ups and downs. Are we disappointed when we struggle, absolutely, but I don’t think there’s ever been a panic where we’re concerned,” he said, via NBC Sports.
“It’s a combination of a lot of things, but panic isn’t something that our team does.”
If the Bruins can keep their composure tonight in front of the Blackhawks fans, they will have their best chance at a positive result.
Winning Game 5 on the road only means good things for Boston, who would then head back home for Game 6 playing in front of their home fans with only one win to go.