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BHN Daily Links: Boston’s Speed and Patience, Grzelcyk’s Toughness, San Jose’s Resilience

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In 2007 the Boston Red Sox pulled off the Mother’s Day Miracle with an improbable comeback against the Baltimore Orioles. Fast-forward to 2019 and the absolute trouncing the Boston Bruins laid on the Carolina Hurricanes we have what can be easily termed a Mother’s Day Massacre. It was so bad we had Carolina players talking about “poop sandwiches” instead of hockey pucks after the game.

Check out how Jim Biringer breaks down how Boston was able to deliver a dominating performance with speed and patience against the Hurricanes on BHN.

Craving some NHL Trade Talk? Over on Pittsburgh Hockey Now they grade the Hagelin to Pearson to Gudbranson Deal.

Matt Grzelcyk took some early big hits in Game 2 of the ECF. Joe Haggerty examines the toughness of the 5-foot-9, 174-pound Grzelcyk — or as Krug called him “the Mayor of Charlestown” — over on NBC Sports.

Ken Holland is the new big man on campus for the Edmonton Oilers. His to-do list includes finding a head coach and perhaps even a whole new coaching staff … and that’s just the start. Alex Thomas looks at what Holland may have in store for Edmonton fans on the Oilers Rig.

Drew Remenda takes a look at San Jose’s “resilience” and why this just could be the Sharks year to capture the cup. (Mercury News)

If St. Louis has any chance at cracking the San Jose resilience they need more production from their top players, namely Vladimir Tarasenko. Tarasenko was a minus-three in just over 17 minutes of ice time against St. Louis in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final. (Fox News)

And Red Sox fans … enjoy:

Tom Fitzgerald was a co-founder of XN Sports which was a content partner with the Boston Herald, Chicago Tribune and content provider to Aol. Sports. He has written about the NHL for XN Sports, Sporfolio, and Murphy's Hockey Law.

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