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Bruins Bring Impressive Road Record to Big Apple

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The Bruins are off to the Big Apple for game 3 Sunday night. The Bruins have been unreal on the road this season compiling a 30-11 record which led the NEFHL this season. After winning both games at home, the Bruins look to put a stake into the heart of Rags fans.

Bruins Notes:

The Bruins also got some good news Thursday as Michael Ryder, who missed game 2, has been cleared to play on Sunday. Brendan Morrow was at practice Thursday but will not play. Brayden Schenn will stay on a line with Jeff Carter and Patric Hornqvist while Adam Cracknell will center the 3rd line with Drew Miller and Ryder. James Reimer who has been solid through two games did not practice opting for the day off.

Rangers Notes:

Ray Emery who started both games in Boston will most likely be on the bench as Carey Price looks ready to play. The Rangers are hoping their snipers can wake up, with only 3 goals in the first two games, the pressure is on their big guns to add some offense. Radem Vrbata has been cleared to play and could be the offensive weapon the Rags have been missing.