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Watch Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens Live NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

Boston Bruins vs Montreal Canadiens

Boston Bruins vs Montreal Canadiens

Watch Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens live television broadcast of the 2014 NHL Playoffs Round Two kicking-off on Thursday, May 1 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The no. 1 Boston Bruins takes on no. 3 Montreal Canadiens for what they call an exciting showdown of two NHL franchise. There’s no NHL playoff rivalry that has more legs than this one. The Canadiens lead the series 24-9.

Die-hard hockey fans can watch Boston Bruins-Montreal Canadiens Live best-of-seven game-series on NBCSN, NBC and other TV network. Better check your cable/sattelite provider for the availability of the said NHL postseason series. Also, free Bruins-Canadiens live streaming available through web links and Sopcast channels.

Full Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens NHL Playoffs 2014 – Round Two Schedule

  • Game 1 – Canadiens at Bruins on May 1 @7:30 p.m. – NBCSN
  • Game 2 – Canadiens at Bruins on May 3 @ 12:30 p.m. – NBC
  • Game 3 Bruins at Canadiens on May 6 @ 7 p.m. – NBCSN
  • Game 4 Bruins at Canadiens on May 8 @ 7:30 p.m. -NBCSN
  • Game 5* Canadiens at Bruins on May 10
  • Game 6* Bruins at Canadiens on May 12
  • Game 7* Canadiens at Bruins on May 14

Get ready fans for at least four games of heart, speed, grit and probably some violence as Boston faces Montreal once again.

The Habs come out of round one as the first team to advance in the post-season, having swept a depleted Tampa Bay Lightning. After a shaky start in Game 1, where goaltender Carey Price allowed four goals and finished the night with a rough .840 save percentage, Montreal turned it around and never looked back. Two reasons for that, among many others, were performances by Max Pacioretty and Rene Bourque. Patches was always going to be a factor – his big physical game ran roughshod over Tampa Bay. Though it took him a few games to score (he netted the winner in Game 4), Pacioretty is playing as well has he has in ages, and will be a number one target for the Bruins to shut down. Behind him, though, might well be Bourque, who along with a reformed Lars Eller, made Montreal’s third line as dangerous as its first.

It will be a series for the ages. The smart money is probably on Boston, but Montreal has the advantage statistically. As the Globe and Mail’s James Mirtle noted, Montreal is 8-5-1 against Boston in the last three seasons.

Don’t miss to see the exciting and intriguing meeting of two old rival NHL team, Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens live coverage on your TV set, PC and even mobile devices. Enjoy!

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