Brad Marchand & Bruins Share Wholesome Moment

This was a great moment between Brad Marchand and his teammates.

The Boston Bruins needed to win Game 5 to continue their season, and they did just that. They defeated the Florida Panthers by a 2-1 final score and now will have the chance to tie up the series at TD Garden in Game 6.

Winning a playoff game on the road is always challenging, and this was especially so for Game 5, with captain Brad Marchand sidelined again. However, No. 63 made sure to get his teammates hyped up before their matchup.

Brad Marchand

As the Bruins took the ice, Marchand cheered them on in the tunnel. The Bruins players responded well to seeing Marchand and shared some great moments in the process.

Clearly, Marchand hyping the Bruins players up before the matchup helped the club, as they came out buzzing. Even if he could not make an impact on the ice for this matchup, he indeed did off it.

Marchand’s absence due to a cheap shot by Panthers forward Sam Bennett has also fueled the Bruins. The Bruins notably kept Marchand’s jersey hung in his stall for the game. That just shows how much they care for their captain, and it’s clear that they cannot wait for him to return to the lineup.

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