Bruins fall to Canadiens 5-4 in Montreal

Canadiens fans give Zdeno Chara standing ovation for 1,500th game

Canadiens fans give Zdeno Chara standing ovation for 1,500th game

This is the Habs' first game at home following a rather successful three-game road trip out West. Montreal picked up four of a possible six points with wins in Arizona and Vegas, although they're coming off a 4-1 loss to the Stars in Dallas on Saturday night.

Boston's Charlie Coyle appeared to net the go-ahead goal at 5:16, but Montreal challenged for offside, and the call was reversed.

Connor Clifton, Anders Bjork and Sean Kuraly scored, and Rask (26 saves) fell to 7-1-1. After one period, the Bruins are trailing their rival 3-1.

Montreal was back in it two minutes later.

Chiarot zipped a shot that goalie Tuukka Rask stopped briefly, but the puck rolled in for the defenseman's second goal at 9:06. A clever breakout pass by Brendan Gallagher led to a 2-on-1, with Tatar shooting off the post and in.

Boston experienced received 5 straight online games in Montreal right before Tuesday's decline. "It was one of those nights it felt like it was a golf ball, not a hockey puck". "I was just not tracking it well".

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"For me it was (a tough night)", Rask said after the game, via Bruins.com. "Couldn't really make a save".

There are many similarities between these Canadiens and those Canadiens, but there is one massive difference, one that manifested itself in this classic, back-and-forth thrill ride we were treated to against the Bruins.

After Artturi Lehkonen forced a turnover, Byron went five-hole on Rask to make it 3-1 for the Canadiens at 17:16 with his first goal of the year.

The Bruins tied the rating at 18: 13 when Bjork scored on a unfastened puck in the crease. Mete gave Montreal the 4-3 lead 42 seconds later with a shot from the point. Bell Centre lovers gave Chara, who is generally booed in Montreal, a unusual ovation for the accomplishment. Tuesday's game will also be an important night for captain Zdeno Chara, who will be playing the 1,500th game of his career, making him the 21st player in League history to reach the milestone. We had some battles, it's a good rivalry.

NOTES: Ryan Poehling made his season debut with Jesperi Kotkaniemi (groin) on the disabled list. Jake DeBrusk, Brad Marchand (twice, including the game-winner), David Pastrnak, Torey Krug, and Patrice Bergeron lit the lamp for Boston, while Jaroslav Halak put in a 40-save effort to secure the win.

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