BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Bruins are one win away from the Stanley Cup Final. But they’re all aware that notching a fourth win in any series is the hardest one to get. While they’ve made building a 3-0 series lead look relatively easy against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Bruins know their adversaries are not going to go down without a fight — their best fight — on Thursday night. “It’s a good spot to be in, but it’s far from being over,” winger Brad Marchand said following Boston’s Game 3 victory in Raleigh Tuesday night. “If they get [Game 4] then they get life, and if we get it then we’re on to the next one. It’s a huge game for both teams and they’re going to come out even harder than they did [in Game 3].” “The fourth one is the toughest one,” center Charlie Coyle said Wednesday. “They’re not going to sit back and just die down. They’re a good team, that’s why they’re here. They get fired up with the crowd and you saw how they came out last game. We expect that same start from them so we have to be ready for that.” Carolina… Read full this story
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