BOSTON -- Even though he hasn't played a game in the Stanley Cup Final, Boston Bruins forward Gregory Campbell has still been a storyline through the first three games. Why? Because of the sequence of events that led to his absence and what it might mean for the Bruins. In Game 3, with the Bruins already short-handed, Campbell blocked an Evgeni Malkin slap shot and remained on the ice in considerable pain, barely able to move. It seems to have become the signature moment of the Bruins' ongoing playoff run and a symbol for everything Boston Bruins hockey stands for.