Walsh: Bruins historic win took a lot of heart

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May 14, 2013, 8:38 am
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(NECN/CSNNE) – The Boston Bruins came back from a 4-1 deficit Monday night. It’s a battle that will go down as one of the greatest victories in Boston sports history.

We are joined by Comcast SportsNet’s Kevin Walsh.

He says for all the people that went to bed a little bit early, don’t feel bad about yourselves because it didn’t seem like there was any logical evidence that they were going to come back from that.

Walsh says this has never happened before in NHL history, where a team is down 4-1 in a game 7 of the playoffs and they come all the way back to win it.

He says he’s not exactly sure how they did it other than a lot of heart.

Walsh says, what a great night for Boston at a time they needed it.

He says their next opponent, New York Rangers, will be tough because they have a much better goalie who is coming off two straight shut outs.

Walsh says the Bruins will have their hands full so just enjoy it for now.

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