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There was only one game played, but boy was it a dandy!

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Jared Wickerham

CBC Video by Tim Thompson


Recap:

Boston Bruins 3 Montreal Canadiens 4 (2OT)

Boston was the better team throughout much of the game, but Montreal had a ton of luck and P.K. Subban. With the Habs not playing with the same finesse as they did against theTampa Bay Lightning, but they played well enough to score some goals and win the game. On y va. Oh, and this insane stat. Montreal leads the series 1-0.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Ho-lee: Tuukka Rask has never beaten the Montreal Canadiens IN BOSTON. 0-9 for his career. That’s an unbelievable stat.</p>&mdash; Justin Bourne (@jtbourne) <a href="https://twitter.com/jtbourne/statuses/462079718683316224">May 2, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Links:

Don Cherry has feelings that he struggles with when it comes to P.K. Subban.

III Communication, the official blog of Conference III, has made round two predictions.

The mayors of Boston and Montreal made a bet.

Sean Gordon walks us through the preconceived notion that Carey Price cannot deliver in the playoffs in his game story.

John Tortorella got fired and Sean Fitz-Gerald complied the ultimate Tortorella highlight pack.

Harrison Mooney has his Hockey Hugs in playoff form.

Down Goes Brown is here to guide your bandwagon dreams. Pick wisely, my friends.

Katie Baker told us what hockey received for Christmas in her summary of the game 7s.