The Boston Bruins have eliminated the New York Rangers in five games and the Eastern Conference Finals will be a showdown between the 1. Pittsburgh Penguins and 4. Boston Bruins in what should be a great series.
In a series not short of storylines, the Penguins and Bruins meet in the playoffs for the first time since 1992.
Two of the top storylines the media will surely all be over leading up to the series will be Jaromir Jagr facing the Penguins in the post-season for the second straight year and Jarome Iginla who declined a trade to the Bruins, only to pick the Penguins.
Iginla has 4 goals and 8 assists in 11 playoff games, while Jagr has not been a factor offensively with 0 goals and 4 assists in 12 playoff games.
The Penguins went 3-0 against the Bruins in the regular season.
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