Both the Bruins and Celtics made history this spring. Just in the worst way possible.

Didn't it seem almost inevitable? Yes, there aren't many things in athletics that are sure, especially when it comes to winning a championship.

However, for the most of the past few months, lifting a trophy at TD Garden over the parquet flooring or ice sheet seemed to be a given.

The two prominent tenants on Causeway Street were preparing for a historic spring playoff push.

Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci's comebacks helped the Bruins become more than just a happy ending.

They were a force to be reckoned with, dominating their way to a league-high 65 victories and 135 points in 82 games.

The Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown-led Celtics were ready to make up for their heartbreaking Finals loss to the Warriors from the previous year.

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