NHL: Montreal Canadiens Defeat Boston Bruins in an All-Out Shoot Fest

November 12th, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Montreal Canadiens visited the Boston Bruins at the Garden.

The Bruins just came off a wild night in Pittsburgh after they came back from a two-goal deficit to win it 7-4 in the third period.  With the effort that they put in, you wonder if fatigue would be a factor.

The Canadiens have been playing in a bit of a slump having only won 2 of the last 5 games, but their last win just came against the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday.

Tuukka Rask was looking for his first win of the season after going 0-3-1.


First Period

PK Subban got his first career regular season goal after Tomas Plekanec passed cross ice right to Subban on the left point.  Subban ripped a 50 footer right past Rask to open up the scoring.  Habs 1-0.

Chara got the game knotted at one with a pass from Milan Lucic, who played keep away for an extended time and drew some Habs players to him.  Lucic passed it to a pinching Chara who roofed it from the short side.

PK Subban has shown that he is done playing in the AHL.  His strong play on the puck and the ability to keep players off him and play t ...

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