Boston-Montreal: Bruins Double Up Montreal in Original Six Preseason Rivalry

September 22nd, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
Hi and welcome to the preseason of the NHL's 2010-11 season.

The season where nothing and everything matters.

Boston is starting anew with a lot of new faces and hopefully a better result than the crushing "3-0 lead in the conference semifinals only to lose it in seven against a resilient Philadelphia Flyers" end to last season.

Montreal suffered the same fate of going to the links at the hands of the Flyers squad in the conference finals.

Boston's first game was against the "Original Six" rival Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre.


First Period

Boston started off in a flurry with three goals.

Nathan Horton got his first as a Bruin on his first shot at just 1:33 into the game.

Johnny Boychuk got the second on a power-play goal, and Patrice Bergeron notched one to fill the scoreboard on the B's side to 3-0 after the first period.

Price seemed a little shaky but each team is expected to got through the jitters in the preseason.


Second Period

Boston continued the scoring with a Bergeron shorthande ...

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