Montreal Canadiens Game Day: Habs Shipping Out To Boston

February 9th, 2011 by Kamal Panesar Leave a reply »
The Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins are no strangers to playing against each other.

With a long storied rivalry spanning back to the beginning of the NHL, these two Original Six teams have a ton of historical storylines that always make a head-to-head matchup exciting.

In the last few years, they have continued to light sparks in the playoffs and the regular season and, as such, the rivalry burns as intensely as it ever has.

Tonight's match at the TD Garden in Boston, is a pivotal game for both teams with the Bruins holding a two point lead over the Canadiens for tops in the Northeast Division.

Boston though has one game in hand on the Canadiens, so they will stay in first place win or lose. That being said, a win by the Canadiens would pull them even in points with Boston, at 67, keeping pace with the Bs.

Both teams are coming off of losses that saw them snap three-game winning streaks. As such, they will both be hungry for victory tonight.

The Bruins, 2-0 losers to the San Jose Sharks on Saturday, received devastating news that they will be without the services of top center, Marc Savard, for the balance of the season due to a co ...

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