Fans voiced their displeasure with Habs goalie Carey Price by mock cheering him when he made a routine save during the second period after already giving up four goals in Wednesday night's season-ending loss at the Bell Centre. Photograph by: John Mahoney, The Gazette
Habs' 100th Season Ends With A Thud -- The Montreal Gazette
Swept away by superior Bruins squad
When the Canadiens let Michael Ryder ride off into the sunset last summer, they were aware the Bonavista Bullet could return to haunt them.
And that's exactly what the Newfoundland native did last night, scoring two goals and adding an assist to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-1 win over the Canadiens.
"It was great to end this series in Montreal, but I've forgotten what happened," Ryder said after the Bruins swept the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal series and officially ended the Canadiens' hopes of capping their centenary celebrations with a 25th Stanley Cup.
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More News On Montreal's Last Game Of The Season
Boston beats Montreal 4-1 to sweep the Canadiens out of the playoffs -- Canadian Press
Habs slain by the killer B's -- Toronto Star
Sweep by Bruins a fitting end to Habs' season -- Canada.com
Habs swept out of playoffs -- Globe And Mail
Bruins rout Habs, claim first series win in 10 years -- Reuters
Bruins sweep aside Canadiens -- National Post
Canadiens couldn't compete -- Boston.com
Brooming house -- Boston.com
Disappointment muffles city streets -- Montreal Gazette
Hab fans burnt out after loss -- Edmonton Sun