NHL Playoffs 2014: Bruins Ride Past Red Wings To Set Up Classic Series Against Canadiens

It is often said that once the postseason begins, you can throw out all of the numbers from the regular season. The Boston Bruins are certainly firm believers in that expression, proving that losing three out of four games to the Detroit Red Wings in the 2013-2014 regular season would mean little in the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. In Game 5, the Bruins were able to skate past the Red Wings by a final score of 4-2 to set up a classic series against the Montreal Canadiens in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Much like they have done over the past few years, the Bruins continue to take fans on an exhilarating ride through the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Speaking of an exhilarating ride, you have got to try out the new Can-Am Spyder. Thanks to BRP and Can-Am Spyder and a great partnership with the NHL, you can also experience an exciting and exhilarating ride! If you don’t believe me, just ask six-time Stanley Cup winner and Hall of Fame center Mark Messier, who knows a thing or two about fun and excitement, as well as making good on guarantees when it comes to playoff hockey!

  • “I am currently a member of the Can-Am Spyder Preferred Blogger Program and this post is part of my involvement. While Can-Am Spyder provides me material and necessary resources to complete various activities, all statements and sentiment in Boston Super Blog are my own.”

When it comes to excitement, nothing beats the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the Can-Am Spyder. It is no wonder why BRP and the Can-Am Spyder chose to form a partnership with the league that offers the best action, the most excitement and so much exhilaration. After all, the two go hand-in-hand. After eliminating the Red Wings in five games that can be called nothing less than amazing, the Bruins will now advance to face off against the Canadiens, in another series guaranteed to bring fans to edge of their seats throughout each and every minute of the action.

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If you are searching for even more exhilaration off the ice, then look no further than the Can-Am Spyder, which features the only roadster with a Y-frame design and seven automotive technologies, allowing for open-road riding and a greater sense of control.

·         BRP and Can-Am Spyder are official partners of the NHL and throughout the season are bringing special experiences to the Stanley Cup playoffs.

·         Just as the NHL is delivering open-air experiences to fans through its Outdoor Stadium Series, the Can-Am Spyder is the only vehicle that combines the exhilaration of open-air riding with confidence and control. To learn more about Can-Am Spyder visit them on Facebook (facebook.com/CanAmSpyder) and Twitter (@OfficialSpyder)

·         To test drive a Can-Am Spyder and learn more about its three-wheel stance and seven automotive technologies, find your local dealerships here: http://can-am.brp.com/spyder/dealer-locator.html

Make sure to stay tuned to Boston Super Blog for continuous coverage of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, as well as special promotions of the exciting all-new Can-AM Spyder.

If you would like to find out for yourself just how exhilarating riding a new Can-Am Spyder can be, make sure to visit a local dealer near you. To find some more information on the new Can-Am Spyder, make sure to visit their website. You can also Like Can-Am Spyder on Facebook and follow them on Twitter! #RideaSpyder

The Bruins may have dispensed of the Red Wings in five games, but it was a hard-fought series that featured many extremely close games with countless exciting moments. Then again, isn’t that what the NHL Playoffs are always about? That is why it makes it all too fitting that BRP and Can-Am Spyder decided to partner with something that is equally as exhilarating!

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About the author

Rob Kelley

Rob Kelley is a sports reporter for various newspapers in Florida, and is trying to break back into the sports writing game after a brief hiatus following the publishing of his first book, I'm Not a Quitter. He recently resigned as Editor-in-Chief and lead writer for The South Shore Magazine to pursue better opportunities. You can follow him on Twitter @RobKelley24.