Bruins Don't Anticipate Significant Lineup Changes In Game 6

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Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy. (Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Bruins got Patrice Bergeron back from his one-game absence in Saturday's Game 5 loss at the Garden. Ryan Donato, Brian Gionta, and Tommy Wingels were the healthy scratches among the forwards, but the B's still scored three goals in spite of a 1-for-6 performance on the power play.

Bruce Cassidy said he's not planning on any big changes to spark the offense for tonight's Game 6.

"On the offensive side of things, we're not thinking, 'Oh God, we've got to bring in goals,'" Cassidy said. "We believe we have enough."

Sometimes, you have to just credit the competition. Frederick Andersen made 42 saves. He's blocked at least 35 shots three times in the series.

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Bruins Need A Spark On Power Play In Game 6

Riley Nash and Brad Marchand believe they'll get to the goalie again eventually.

"Andersen played great last night, he was awesome," Nash said. "Not just against our line, but against all our guys. He was really good back there. Sometimes you tip your cap to the goalie. If you keep getting those chances, hopefully they start going in."

"I mean, we had 45 shots," said Marchand. "We can be a little bit better I think defensively, but we had opportunities to score--their goalies made big saves at the right time."

You wouldn't know it listening to this, but Boston still leads the series 3-2. B's can advance to round two with a win Monday night in Toronto. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman reports

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