Perhaps you’re sick of Linus Ullmark and the 2022-23 Bruins making history seemingly every time on they’re on the ice. Maybe the records Ullmark and the juggernaut Bruins are tying or setting are a little too convoluted at this point and you just really want to fast forward to Game 1 of the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
But if you couldn’t appreciate what Ullmark did for a straight-up gassed Bruins squad Tuesday night in Calgary, you’re either on the Flames or there’s simply no hope for your tortured soul.
In a game that the Bruins had no business making competitive, let alone winning, it was Ullmark who singlehandedly willed the Bruins to two points with a franchise-record 54 saves in a 4-3 overtime win.
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