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Game 5, Oct 22 7:00 PM ET MONTREAL @ BOSTON HNIC, TVAS, NESN


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IT'S

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TONIGHT OUR

 

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FLY INTO THE  BRUINS DEN TO HUNT BEAR

 

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7:00 EST, HNIC, NESN, TSN RADIO 690.

STUFF

The last time the Bruins have beaten Montréal in a regular season game at TD Garden was on January 13, 2012.

 Adam McQuaid and Kevan Miller may not play.
 

Dominic Moore now plays for them.

kinot-1's GDT Record 2-0-1

 

 

 

 

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Some fun factoids:

BOSTON vs MONTREAL, LIFETIME SERIES

- The Bruins and Canadiens are meeting for an NHL record 735th time in their franchise histories with the Bruins having a 273-349-103-9 record and Montreal holding a 2,225-1,934 scoring advantage in those games.

- The Bruins are 165-140-56-6 in their 367 home games of this lifetime series with a 1,070-1,000 scoring edge in those contests.

- The Bruins are 2-7-1 in their last 10 games vs. the Canadiens with both wins coming in Montreal last season, and they are 3-11-2 in their last 16 games vs. the Canadiens … They are winless in their last 8 home games of this lifetime series at 0-6-2 with their last win over the Canadiens in Boston a 2-1 victory on Jan. 12, 2012.

- Fun Fact: The 735 regular season games between Boston and Montreal are the most vs. any 2 rivals in NHL history (Chicago-Detroit, 731) … The Bruins and Canadiens are the only 2 franchises with 3,000+ lifetime victories and Boston is now 33 goals shy of joining the Canadiens in the 20,000 lifetime goals scored club.


Referees - TJ Luxmore (21), Mike Leggo (3) 
Linesmen - Brian Murphy (93), Michel Cormier (76)

Ntl. Anthem - Rene Raincoat.

 

Oh,,, and Tooka will not play.

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With a goal and three assists to start the season, Galchenyuk is averaging a point per game. Five other Canadiens are also averaging a point per game after four games: Jeff Petry (2-2-4), David Desharnais (2-2-4), Brendan Gallagher (2-2-4), Max Pacioretty (1-3-4) and Shea Weber (1-3-4).

The Canadiens have scored 16 goals in their first four games — averaging an impressive four goals per game — and have been even better on defence, allowing only seven for an average of 1.75 per game.

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37 minutes ago, Serial_Thrilla_27 said:

You really think that's best?  I think Sergachev is going better than Pateryn.

I don't disagree in the least. I wouldn't be surprised at all if this is peak Pateryn and Sergachev blossoms into a legit #1. But Sergachev in four years doesn't help us win tonight.

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