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Bruins-Hurricanes Game 7 history

Thursday, 05.14.2009 / 11:02 AM / Conference Semifinals: Boston vs. Carolina

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Boston Bruins Game 7 history

2008 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
April 21: Boston 0 at Montreal 5

2004 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
April 19: Montreal 2 at Boston 0

1994 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
April 29: Montreal 3 at Boston 5

1992 Adams Division Semifinals
May 1: Buffalo 2 at Boston 3

1991 Adams Division Finals
April 29: Montreal 1 at Boston 2

1990 Adams Division Semifinals
April 17: Hartford 1 at Boston 3

1988 Wales Conference Finals
May 14: New Jersey 2 at Boston 6

1983 Adams Division Finals

April 24: Buffalo 2 at Boston 3 (OT)

1982 Adams Division Finals

April 25: Quebec 2 at Boston 1

1979 Semifinals
May 10: Boston 4 at Montreal 5 (OT)

1976 Quarterfinals
April 25: Los Angeles 0 at Boston 3

1971 Quarterfinals

April 18: Montreal 4 at Boston 2

1959 Semifinals

April 7: Toronto 3 at Boston 2

1952 Semifinals

April 8: Boston 1 at Montreal 3

1945 Semifinals

April 3: Boston 3 at Detroit 5

1941 Semifinals
April 3: Toronto 1 at Boston 2

1939 Semifinals
April 2: NY Rangers 1 at Boston 2 (3OT)

RECORD: 9-8



Carolina Hurricanes Game 7 history


2009 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
April 28: Carolina 4 at New Jersey 3

2006 Stanley Cup Final
June 19: Oilers 1 at Hurricanes 3

2006 Eastern Conference Finals
June 1: Sabres 2 at Hurricanes 4

1992 Adams Division Semifinals
May 1: Hartford 2 at Montreal 3 (2OT)

1990 Adams Division Semifinals
April 17: Hartford 1 at Boston 3

1986 Adams Division Finals
April 29: Hartford 1 at Montreal 2 (OT)

RECORD: 3-3


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