Bruins vs. Canadiens: Game 7





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Published on Apr 28, 2011

The most famous rivalry in hockey took center stage for game of the series between the Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens. The Bruins got off to a quick start with goals from Johnny Boychuk and Mark Recchi. After a Michael Ryder penalty, Yannick Weber netted one past Tim Thomas making it 2-1 Boston. In the middle of the second period, a Dennis Seidenberg pass got caught up in Mark Recchi's skates leaving a breakaway for Tomas Plecanac who ripped one off the post and by Thomas. Later in the third, Chris Kelly put one past Carey Price making it 3-2 Boston. With less than 3 minutes to go in the game, Patrice Bergeron got called for a penalty and P.K. Subban ripped one glove side high on Tim Thomas which sent us to OT. There, Lucic got the loose puck and centered it to Nathan Horton at the point who ripped one past Carey Price sending the Boston Bruins to the Eastern Conference SemiFinals for the third straight year as they will now face the Philadelphia Flyers in the next round

Bruins 4 - Canadiens 3
Bruins Win Series 4-3

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