Walsh: Bruins dealing with 'Stanley Cup hangover for non-winning team'

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November 11, 2013, 8:34 am
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(NECN) – Kevin Walsh from Comcast SportsNet was in our NECN studio to discuss the Boston Bruins.

Walsh says the Bruins are doing okay and do have some signature wins, including two wins over Tampa Bay.

“They’re struggling a little bit with teams with speed,” Walsh says. “It’s kind of the Stanley Cup hangover for the non-winning team. Remember, you got an extra two months of wear and tear on your legs because of that. They’re a little bit slow but there’s still a lot of talent on the team, and Tuukka Rask is up to task.”

Walsh says he thinks the Bruins will be fine.

“Two Stanley Cup final appearances in the last three years. They’re doing something right, clearly.”

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