2013 Stanley Cup Final: Boston Bruins' Keys to Rebound in Game 2

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2013 Stanley Cup Final: Boston Bruins' Keys to Rebound in Game 2
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The Boston Bruins are trailing in a playoff series for the first time in the 2013 campaign after dropping Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 in triple overtime.

However, this isn't an unfamiliar spot for the Bruins to be in at this stage of the postseason. Boston lost the first game of the 2011 Cup Final on the road to the Vancouver Canucks and then lost Game 2 in overtime to fall behind 0-2. The Bruins recovered to win the series in seven games, and this experience will help the club two years later.

"We've been through a lot," said Bruins head coach Claude Julien on Thursday. "Again, when you go back to the year we won, we were down 2-0 to Montreal losing our first two games at home. We bounced back from that. We're down 2-0 against Vancouver in the final and we came back.

"I don't think much is going to rattle our team. We're a pretty resilient group of guys."

Let's look at five keys to a Bruins victory on Saturday as they aim to even the series before it travels to Boston.

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