Eastern Conference Boston Bruins (1) versus Montreal Canadiens (8) Michael Ryder stuck it to his old team yesterday at the Bell Centre. Boston did miss Milan Lucic, but Byron Bitz did a terrific job filling in. For all intents and purposes, this series is now over. The Habs had their chances last night but they […]
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Rod Smith just reported on TSN SporsCentre that Carey Price will start for Montreal in Game 3 tonight. He is the future in net, so Gainey is going to ride him and give him the experience he will need to improve and move forward.
I’ve been away the past few days, but I’m back with the regular On the Beat and the Morning Papers tomorrow. For now, here’s what beat writers are saying this afternoon: Here is the lineup the Bruins expect to roll out for tonight’s game in Montreal. Bitz, while not the player Lucic is, brings many […]
Game Notes: Lundqvist with his 3rd career shutout. Osgood picks up his 14th career shutout. Good news for the Wings, Hawks, Canucks, Bruins and Rangers as teams that take a 2-0 series lead end up winning 87% of the time. FINAL T FINAL T NY Rangers 1 […]
Here are the morning papers for Saturday the 18th of April: Eastern Conference Boston Bruins (1) versus Montreal Canadiens (8) Matt Hunwick got quite the welcoming to the NHL playoffs on Thursday. Milan Lucic continues to prove he is made for prime time, writes Fluto Shinzawa. Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton appears to have grown tired of […]
Here are the other half of the morning papers for Friday the 17th of April: Eastern Conference Boston Bruins (1) versus Montreal Canadiens (8) The Bruins blew a two-goal lead, but got a huge third period goal from Zdeno Chara and are off to a 1-0 series lead. Now is the perfect time for the Bruins […]
Game Notes: Red Wings open the Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Joe for a record 17th straight season. Chris Osgood is the last goalie in the NHL to wear the old school mask. The Canadiens were a No. 8 seed in the 2004 playoffs (under Claude Julien) when they knocked out the top-seeded Bruins from the playoffs in […]