Canadiens-Bruins: Carey Price Has Rough Outing in Boston’s 4-2 Win

September 23rd, 2010 by Kamal Panesar Leave a reply »
Reprint from

Montreal, QC—OK, everyone, repeat after me: It's only the preseason.

Nothing that you saw in last night's 4-2 Bruins victory over the Habs in Montreal means very much. In a lineup that included Jarred Tinordi, Aaron Palushaj, Louis Leblanc, Gabriel Dumont, and Frederic St. Denis, a loss doesn't really mean that much.

So while many were lamenting the loss, we have to remember that this kind of game is exactly what the preseason is all about: Practice. Refinement. Testing. Getting into game shape.

The game bore no effect on any potential standings and is, in reality, just a way to showcase the young players while getting the veterans ready for the regular season.

So take some deep breaths folks. A preseason loss is nothing to get worked up about.

Boston Scorers: Nathan Horton, Johnny Boychuk, Patrice Bergeron (2).
Habs Scorers: Maxim Lapierre, Tomas Plekanec
Final Score: Bruins 4 - Habs 2

Game Notes
1. Carey Price had a tough night.

While Tuuka Rask was busy putting on a clinic in the Bruins net—he stopped 36 of 38 shots on the night—Price let in three goals o ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NHL
Article written by


Comments are closed.