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BOSTON -- The Bruins played Pittsburgh three times this season and lost all three by one goal. Now they await the top-seeded Penguins in the Eastern Conference finals, and the Bruins are trying to figure out what went wrong in those games. "Well look at our games and things that we did well, things that we need to be better at," Bruins coach Claude Julien said Monday during a news conference at TD Garden. "But we also look at the playoff games. We look at everything. "Theres not much that doesnt get looked at. Thats the way hockey is today. But the regular season is one thing, playoffs is another. So were certainly not hanging our hats on the fact that our record wasnt good against them this year. Theres only three goals difference at the end of the day. So I dont think in three games thats a big thing to worry about." Julien gave his team a second straight day off the ice since the Bruins won their second-round series against the New York Rangers with a 3-1 victory Saturday. The Penguins had an equally easy time of advancing through the second round, taking out the Ottawa Senators in five games. The NHL has not announced the schedule yet for the Bruins-Penguins series. "The rest is obviously important," said Julien, whose team needed seven games to beat Toronto in its first-round series. "We know weve been through a grueling schedule there for quite a while. So to have that opportunity is good. Well still have lots of time to practice. But this time of year, rest is extremely important. Everybody needs a rest, I guess. So its good for the whole team." The time off could prove valuable. Dennis Seidenberg returned to play in the series-clinching win against New York, but defencemen Andrew Ference and Wade Redden were unavailable. Both are making progress, with Ference returning to the ice for the first time since the weekend. With rookies Torey Krug and Matt Bartkowski productively filling in, Julien may face a tough decision or two about his lineup. "A lot goes into it," he said. "At one point you make a decision and it doesnt mean that its an easy one because its not. Well deal with it when the time comes. We did it with Seidenberg. And if Ference becomes available well have to deal with that, too." The uncertainty of the schedule for the next round could affect preparation, but Julien isnt too worried. In any case, he says Monday is his players last day off. "They need to get back on the ice here," he said. "I thought two days was a good thing because well have at least a couple of days -- Tuesday, Wednesday -- to practice. This time of year theres not a ton of things you can do with your team more than get them some rest and still have a couple of days to accomplish a lot. "I keep repeating, with the regular-season schedule that we ended with and a seven-game series and the way the playoffs have gone, I think it was important for our guys to just get two days off and then come back and try to be as fresh as we can for the next series." Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Rosa . JOHNS, N. Yeezy Boost 700 Sconti . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. . The recently retired Stern was elected Friday to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and will be enshrined with the class of 2014 on Aug. Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Negozi . Clarkson had been dealing with an elbow injury in early January and will be out of action for at least one week. He has three goals and five assists through 36 games with the Leafs this season. Yeezy Boost 380 Italia .Y. -- Sabres defenceman Tyler Myers had no intention of changing his hard-hitting style before taking part in a disciplinary hearing for his illegal check to New Jersey forward Dainius Zubrus head. PHOENIX -- The first four starts for Homer Bailey since he returned from major elbow surgery after more than a year out of action went fine. The last two have seen the Cincinnati right-hander get hit hard early.Bailey (2-3) gave up four runs -- three earned -- and five hits in his one inning, and the Reds went on to an 11-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday.After the game, he and manager Bryan Price revealed that Bailey is dealing with right biceps soreness.There are going to be peaks and valleys of this type of recovery from this elbow injury, Price said. You can tell when he has thrown the last couple of times out its just not the same. He is pitching 88 to 91 (mph) mostly, trying to create movement, throwing more two-seam fastballs, doesnt really have the teeth on the slider.It is just not as competitive as it needs to be in order to go out there and expect to get big league hitters out with some regularity.Baileys start came on the heels of a 2 1/3-inning outing on Aug. 22 in which he allowed six runs and nine hits in a loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.It has been like that for two starts now and you can see the results are absolutely horrendous, Bailey said. Its not like you are going through a bunch of pain, its just frustrating you cant get the extension and finish the pitches that you want to.On Sunday, Yasmany Tomas homered, Welington Castillo drove in four runs and Archie Bradley earned his first win in more than a month for Arizona, which totaled 18 hits.We all know that this team can hit like that, so its just about time, Castillo said. We had plan to go out there and we executed.Bradley (5-8) allowed two runs and five hits with three strikeouts over six innings in his first win since July 27.Tomas delivered a pinch-hit three-run shot in the sixth inning off Reds reliever Ross Ohlendorf, his team-leading 27th of the season. It was the first pinch-hit home run of Tomass career, and 10 of his last 19 hits have been home runs.The Diamondbacks scored the four runs in the first off Baileyl on singles, force outs and an error.Jake Lamb was originally called out at home plate when he attempted to score on Brandon Drurys base hit to center field, on aa throw from center fielder Billy Hamilton to catcher Ramon Cabrera.dddddddddddd But the Diamondbacks challenged the tag play and umpires overturned the call on video review, ruling Cabrera dropped the ball for an error.A.J. Pollock had one of the five singles in the first for Arizona. Pollock, Michael Bourn and Chris Owings had three hits each for Arizona.The Reds pulled to 4-2 in the second on back-to-back solo home runs from Brandon Phillips and Scott Schebler. For Schebler, it was his third homer in two games.We realized early that Homer didnt have it, Price said. They got four in the first and you try to dig yourself out of the hole and we hit a couple of homers, then we werent able to find the right recipe and gave up seven.Pollocks two steals and Castillos sacrifice fly gave the Diamondbacks a 5-2 lead in the third.LEADOFF MANPhil Gosselin hit leadoff for Arizona on Sunday, giving star first baseman Paul Goldschmidt a day off. Gosselin had two hits and became the first Diamondbacks first baseman to start a game hitting leadoff since Conor Jackson on April 17, 2010.BIRTHDAY BALLGAMEU.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) celebrated his 80th birthday at the game. He was shown on the Chase Field video board, which drew applause.TRAINERS ROOMReds: C Tucker Barnhart remained out of the lineup with right hand soreness, missing his third straight game.Diamondbacks: INF Jean Segura was held out of the lineup with an upset stomach. ... Pollock played in his third straight game since his return from a fractured elbow, and Hale indicated hell keep Pollock in the lineup as long as he feels good. Arizona has two days off this coming week.UP NEXTReds: RHP Dan Straily (10-6) opens up a three-game series with the Los Angeles Angels Monday night. Opponents are hitting .214 against him this season, and hes 6-0 in eight starts since the All-Star break.Diamondbacks: After a day off Monday, the Diamondbacks have ace Zack Greinke (11-4) set to pitch the opener of a two-game series against the Giants. Greinke is 8-1 in 12 career starts against San Francisco. ' ' '

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