Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Boston 4 Montreal 2

Canadiens goalie Carey Price looks behind him for the puck on goal by Bruins' Michael Ryder during the second period of Game 3 Monday night. Photograph by: John Mahoney, The Gazette

Bruins Push Habs To The Brink -- The Montreal Gazette

Rookie defenceman Yannick Weber had a hand in all the Canadiens’ scoring with a goal and an assist, but he said he couldn’t feel good about his performance in Montreal’s 4-2 loss to the Boston Bruins Monday night.

“The power play wasn’t working and I normally blame myself for that,” said Weber, who has a reputation for being a power-play specialist. “We had opportunities, but I can’t be happy with my game.”

The Canadiens had three power plays to one for Boston but they managed only one weak attempt at jamming the puck in at the end of the third power play.

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More News On The Boston Montreal Hockey Game

Habs dig themselves a deep hole -- Globe And Mail
Bruins have Habs on the brink -- CBC
Bruins push Habs to the brink -- Toronto Star
Canadiens in massive hole -- Canada.com
Habs' hopes hanging by a thread -- CBC
Bruins on verge of clean sweep -- National Post
Canadiens insist they're not beaten yet -- Boston.com
Bruins deal Canadiens another blow -- Boston.com
Canadiens players feel hard work wasn't rewarded in 4-2 Game 3 loss to Bruins -- Canadian Press
The party never started in Montreal -- SI.com
Season crashing to an end for Habs -- The Montreal Gazette

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