Former Boston Bruin Ray Bourque, who served as banner captain during Game One of the Eastern Conference Final between the Bruins and Carolina Hurricanes on May 9. (Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — With the Stanley Cup Final tied 2-2 between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues, WBZ NewsRadio's Drew Moholland spoke with Bruins great Ray Bourque, who knows a thing or two about the NHL playoffs.
Bourque talked about what it's like to chase the Stanley Cup.
"I really don't think there's any ultimate prize that you fight for as you do for the Stanley Cup, and if you've ever seen the Stanley Cup or you ever have the chance to see the Stanley Cup, you'll never see a trophy that is so beautiful and with so much history," Bourque said. "If you're a hockey player playing in the NHL, that's your ultimate dream—that you hope to be able to lift and hoist that cup."
He said St. Louis is going to give Boston a run for their money in the remaining games.
"You just look at what they've accomplished so far in the playoffs, and they're a solid team that are resilient, and just keep coming and bouncing back," Bourque said. "A lot of people said it's gonna be a long series. Looks like it's gonna be."
Bourque also talked about the raffle being run through the Boston Bruins Foundation that will get the winner two suite tickets to watch Game Five of the Stanley Cup Final with Ray. You can learn more—and enter to win—here.
Listen to the full interview with Bourque below.
WBZ NewsRadio's Drew Moholland (@DrewWBZ) reports