Paul Maurice had a strange postgame exchange with the Bruins

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The Panthers eventually completed the two-goal rally to win 3-2, putting Boston on the brink of playoff elimination (Florida now leads the series 3-1).
After the game, the main talking point was Bennet’s tying goal — which the Bruins challenged, but the call was upheld by officials.
While Bruins players questioned both the initial call and the reviewed decision, Panthers head coach Paul Maurice disagreed.
After the game, Maurice was asked if he was surprised the goal was allowed to stand after review.
“I will have an opinion, and it would be no,” Maurice replied, via NESN’s Gayle Troiani.
“Like you cannot believe.” After his view was compared with the contrasting opinion of Bruins goaltender Jeremy Swayman, Maurice interrupted.
Scores and schedules: The Bruins blew a 2-0 first period lead, eventually falling 3-2 to the Panthers on Sunday.
Tomorrow, PWHL Boston will host its first ever playoff game, seeking to eliminate Montreal in the semifinal series.

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“I am 100 percent partisan, without a doubt. I feel like you guys are sometimes. “.

Paul Maurice’s response to Sunday’s controversial goal in the Bruins-Panthers playoff series between Florida’s Sam Bennett and the Bruins: Bennett shoved Charlie Coyle before scoring the game-tying goal in the third period. This was the obvious focal point of the game.

Ultimately, the Panthers pulled off a two-goal comeback to win 3-2, sending Boston into the danger of missing the playoffs (Florida now leads the series 3-1). The main topic of conversation following the game was Bennet’s game-tying goal, which the Bruins contested but the officials upheld.

Though Panthers head coach Paul Maurice disagreed, Bruins players questioned both the first call and the reevaluated decision.

When the game was over, Maurice was asked if he was shocked that the goal stood after review.

According to Gayle Troiani of NESN, Maurice responded, “I will have an opinion, and it would be no.”. That means it won’t affect how the game is played. Additionally, there is absolutely no egregious contact or connection between the two [players]. Furthermore, the play is completed more often than not. “.

Maurice went on to make a somewhat perplexing observation about how he thought the media was covering the situation.

“To the reporters in the room, the only way I was really worried was like some of your foreheads right now,” Maurice remarked.

His eyebrows furrowed, “The people in the media doing that,” he continued. As if it’s unreal. “.

When the goalie for the Boston Bruins, Jeremy Swayman, presented his opposing viewpoint, Maurice cut him off.

Hey, let’s accompany him. Maurice replied, “We’re good.”. “We are in Boston right now. I’m with you, brother—stay with the Bruins. “.

As ESPN senior NHL writer Greg Wyshynski pointed out to Maurice, “I’m from Brooklyn, man, I ain’t from Boston.”.

Maurice continued his criticism of the media after that.

Maurice went on, “I think there’s been a lot of effort and coverage put into this, and I think you guys are nuts about it, which is okay.”. “That is your right. Our team has been extremely calm and disciplined. Yes, we have. Luckily, things have gone well. Nobody has noticed it. That’s okay with us. “.

He revisited his earlier exchange later in the press conference.

“We don’t always agree about what happens on the ice, and I don’t mean to offend you,” Maurice noted. “I am 100 percent biased, that’s for sure. I sometimes think that all of you are. But obviously, why would you be, given that [you’re] from Brooklyn?”.

The coach of Florida made a joke about how things might be different if the team played the Rangers in the next round.

“Are we really doomed to lose the Rangers series if we are so lucky as to win the next game?”.

Naturally, Wyshynski is actually a Devils fan, so the New York hometown fandom Maurice imagines facing may not be quite what he imagines.

Fact: Arguably one of the most contentious calls in NHL playoff history decided the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals. Despite the goalie appearing to have his skate in the crease, the Dallas Stars defeated the Buffalo Sabres in Game 6 to win the championship in triple overtime. Which athlete was the goal scorer at the core of the dispute?

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Timetables and scores:.

On Sunday, the Bruins let a 2-0 lead in the first period slip and lost 3-2 to the Panthers. Boston now trails Florida 3-1 and is in danger of elimination going into Tuesday night’s road game, which starts at 7 p.m. me.

On Sunday as well, Brayan Bello made his first start since returning from a 15-day injured list, and the Red Sox defeated the Nationals 3-2. With two runs allowed in five innings, the 24-year-old raised his season record to 4-1.

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PWHL Boston will play its inaugural playoff game tomorrow in an attempt to sweep Montreal in the semifinal series. Boston, who is up 2-0 in the best-of-five series, will play at the Tsongas Center starting at 7 p.m. M.

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