Bruins’ Seguin back in the lineup for Game 3


It was no great revelation when Boston Bruins’ coach, Claude Julien, revealed that rookie, Tyler Seguin, who is coming off a three point game, will indeed be back in the lineup on Thursday night for Game 3 of their Eastern Conference finals series against the Tampa Bay Lightning. “I’m going to tell you right now [Seguin is] going to be in the lineup [Thursday],” Julien said. “That’s for sure. You don’t pull a guy like that out of your lineup that’s been very good. He’s earned it and he deserves to be in the lineup and that’s what we want to see.” After quietly sitting out the first two series Seguin has made his presence known against the Lightning, by first scoring a highllight goal in Game 1, followed by a two goal performance in what was a 6-5 Bruins, to even up the series. His performance has definately captured Tampa Bay’s attention. “Obviously he’s a young kid playing in the NHL. If he wasn’t good enough or capable of playing here, he wouldn’t be” Lightning goalie, Dwayne Roloson, who was pulled in Game 2 said. “He’s got great skill. He’s capitalized on the chances he had.” Meanwhile, the Bruins’ top forward, Patrice Bergeron, who had 12 points this spring before getting injured, will take part in Thursday’s pre-game skate before making a decision on whether he can play Game 3.


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