The Boston Bruins are right back at it tonight as they take on the Washington Capitals for Game 2 of their first round matchup. 

The B's suffered a disappointing overtime loss by a score of 3-2 in Game 1. 

While many pointed their finger at Tuukka Rask, it's clear that head coach Bruce Cassidy wasn't happy with something else. 

Cassidy was really disappointed in his forward group following the Game 1 loss. 

“We didn’t generate nearly enough no matter who was in the net,” he said. “We had two odd-man rushes right out of the gate … we had good looks, good chances to score goals and usually when that happens it tells me we’re over-passing, we’re not dialed in as we need to be.”

“Our (defense), kind of wristing shots when they had a chance to pound pucks.”

“I just think a lot of those guys who have been doing a lot of scoring for us  just weren’t able to get to their game tonight, or get the puck to cooperate, or support each other well enough to generate enough offense.”

What do you think of Cassidy's comments?