Montreal Canadiens-Boston Bruins: Carey Price and the Power Play KO Bruins

November 12th, 2010 by Kamal Panesar Leave a reply »
For the Canadiens' 16th game of the 2010 NHL season, they were in Boston to take on the rival Bruins.

Not only was this the first meeting of the season between the two teams, but it was an ever-important "four point" matchup between two inter-division competitors.

While the rivalry was renewed the game didn't quite rank as a classic as the Bruins looked tired at certain moments during the game. That's not really surprising considering the B's had played the night before in Pittsburgh.

But, none the less, there was a game to be played that featured a homecoming for Boston-native, Hal Gill, and an 800th career NHL game for Scott Gomez.

On the ice, the Habs took the play to the Bruins early in the game and opened the scoring on P.K. Subban's first NHL goal, on the power play.

The Bruins came to life after they had tied things up on Zdeno Chara's fourth of the season. The game was a tightly contested matchup that featured excellent goaltending at both ends of the ice from Tuukka Rask and Carey Price.

Locked in a 1-1 battle heading to start the third, the Habs broke the deadlock with their second power play marker of th ...

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