It's hard to believe that just one week ago the Boston Bruins looked doomed to their second consecutive first round playoff exit, trailing the Toronto Maple Leafs by three goals early in the third period of Game 7. Since then Bruins have experienced a tremendous renaissance, giving them a healthy 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference Semifinal series against the New York Rangers.
After scoring four unanswered goals to send the Toronto Maple Leafs packing, Claude Julien's bunch halted Henrik Lundqvist's two-game shutout streak and poured eight goals past the defending Vezina winner to take a firm grip on their second round series.
On Tuesday, they will travel to Madison Square Garden with an opportunity to put themselves on the brink of a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals.
As Game 3 approaches, lets take a look at some of the numbers behind Boston's latest surge.