Bruins need more from Jagr, Seguin

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May 19, 2013, 7:44 am
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(NECN: Mike Giardi) - Through the first eight games of the NHL postseason, the Boston Bruins' Jaromir Jagr and Tyler Seguin haven't scored a single goal.

And with their second game against a tough New York Rangers squad coming on Sunday, the B's need both players to get it together if the team hopes to continue on this run.

"I think it's more me, and more mental," Seguin said. "Before the game, getting ready and all, I was keeping it simple. I think eventually it's going to pay off for me, and I think I just have to stick with it."

Seguin can score in bunches, as he proved all throughout the regular season. As for Jagr, he may still be searching for his fit on this Boston team.

"Hopefully I'm going to feel better, hopefully I'm going to score more," Jagr said. "But it's not the first time, and it's not going to be the last time."

The puck drops at 3 p.m. for the Bruins and Rangers.

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Tags: Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, jaromir jagr, Tyler Seguin, Stanley Cup playoffs
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