T. Seguin (PPG, 04:17 - 3rd) , C. Clark (13:15 - 3rd)
M. Cammalleri (15:33 - 2nd)
BOS: T. Rask (W)
MTL: C. Price (L)
Last night in Montreal, the Canadiens took on the Boston Bruins, but for the second straight night it didn't go well. But before the game started. Cammalleri was awarded the "Jean Béliveau Trophy," for most leadership and for helping community. In the second period, Desimone's shot was stopped by Rask, but Cammalleri put home the rebound to make it 1-0 Montreal. Then early in the third, Tyler Seguin would score on a rebound to tie the game. Late in the third, Sauve came in on the right side for the Bruins and played the puck to Clark on the left and he scored to give the Bruins the lead. That would be your final as the Habs aren't having the best's of Pre-Season as they have a record of 1-5-0.
But good news for Habs fans, Carey Price made 30 saves and is looking good now as we are just 2 games away from the Regular season."At this point in time we're trying to get ready for the season," Canadiens captain Brian Gionta said. "There's two games left, it's time to start getting into that season form and getting your timing back. I thought the intensity was a little better tonight."
The Habs next game will be Thursday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Written By Andrew Di Pardo