BOSTON (CBS) — Two losses in a season of 82 games are just that: two losses. They can’t sink a season, dash playoff hopes, cancel championship aspirations or anything of the sort. They simply add up to a missed opportunity at gaining four points.
Yet on the heels of two embarrassing losses north of the border — a 6-1 thumping at the hands of the Maple Leafs and a 5-1 shellacking in Montreal on consecutive nights — the Bruins find themselves at their lowest point in several years. When the Bell Centre is blasting the Bruins goal song as an auditory victory lap late in the third period, and when NHL.com is running “Hab Merci” headlines after your loss, you know things have gotten bad for the Bruins.
But just how bad is it? And, more importantly, is there anything the players, coaches and front office staff can do to…
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