|Slumping Bruins: ‘We have to win sooner or later’||02.03.10 at 3:04 pm ET|
Three of the most prominent leaders on the Bruins are sounding the same theme — wins are right around the corner.
The problem is the Bruins have to turn the corner first. On Wednesday, they got back to practice in Belmont and the business of pounding the pavement — or ice — and looking for the positive street signs ahead.
But Zdeno Chara, Marc Savard and Tim Thomas all believe in their hearts that their current eight-game skid — the team’s longest in 54 seasons — will soon be a thing of the past.
“We always can get going and find a way to motivate ourselves,” said Chara, who has been playing with a dislocated left pinkie finger that will likely need surgery in the offseason, according to ESPN. “We have to put this one behind us and there’s a new day tomorrow. We just have to get ready for the next game and keep trying. We have to win sooner or later.” Read the rest of this entry »
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