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Tuukka Rask , chasing the reigning Vezina winner as they took a 6-4 win over the Bruins in their home opener at the Bell Centre . David Krejci ‘ s blast from the point during a first-period power play grazed Zdeno Chara in front and sailed past
We discuss our thoughts on tonight's 'rivalry' game vs the NY Jets and whether or not people see a close fought game, a Patriots blowout, or if anyone is actually predicting the Jets to win.
his net and Thomas Vanek potted the third goal for a 3-0 lead. The "Ole, Ole" chants began in full throat at the Bell Centre . A building that was fired up from well before the first puck drop with an epic pre-game presentation spent the final
make you pay if you're not aware. It's about doing a better job." The B's had multiple miscues Tuesday at the Bell Centre , the biggest of which was a colossal disaster at the end of a power play. With Montreal already holding a 1-0 lead
The Bruins have to know that keeping their cool will be an even tougher challenge as the series now moves to the Bell Centre . "We've got to be disciplined. For whatever reason, in that building it always seems to be a couple things. What
That's a good thing considering that the Canadiens are no strangers to drawing penalties. For the reputation the Bell Centre has (see the third graf of this story, and also kind of the lede), the Habs have been remarkably consistent with their penalty-drawing
Wednesday night when the B’s snapped a five-game losing streak against the Canadiens with a 4-1 victory at the Bell Centre . They got a balanced offensive showing, a strong effort from Tuukka Rask and, despite allowing three more breakaways
The Canadiens defeated the Bruins, 3-2, in the teams’ preseason opening game Tuesday at the Bell Centre . The Bruins jumped out to a two-goal lead on goals from Ryan Spooner and Matt Fraser, but three unanswered goals from Jiri
wouldn’ t expect anything else.” The Rangers and Canadiens will meet in Game 2 of their series Monday night at the Bell Centre . Canadiens goalie Carey Price , who suffered an apparent leg injury during Game 1 and later was removed from the contest, is questionable
don’t think anyone needs any carryover or anything else. It’s pretty exciting to begin with.” Fans at the Bell Centre threw drinks and other debris at the Bruins toward the end of the game. Thornton said he got hit on the bench by a two-dollar
the life away from us.” The Canadiens had what they needed and finished off a win over the Bruins Monday night at Bell Centre that forces Game 7 to be played at TD Garden Wednesday night. “It’s just another game,” Rask said. “I don’t think
after the beating handed out by the home team Monday night. The Canadiens trounced the Bruins, 4-0, in Game 6 at Bell Centre to stay alive and force a winner-take-all Game 7. The series will be decided Wednesday at TD Garden. The B