Boston broke open a 3-3 tie – a score that flattered the home team – with three third-period goals.
Two were on the power play, as Boston cashed four of six extra-man chances during the game.
Ageless Jarome Iginla scored twice for the Bs, as did some guy named Nick Johnson.
David Krejci and Zach Trotman notched single goals.
Travis Moen, P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty scored for the Canadiens, who were outshot 40-20.
Malcolm Subban came on midway through the second period and stopped all 12 shotrs he faced … including one by his older brother.
The Canadiens have dropped their first two exhibition games.
They are idle until Friday, when they travel to Quebec City to face the Carolina Hurricanes in a back-to-back that concludes Saturday at the Bell Centre.
The Canadiens' dropped their first preseason game Sunday, but there were bright spots in their 5-4 shootout loss to the Buffalo Sabres. Canadiens' first-round draft pick Michael McCarron turned
A sell-out crowd of 21,273 filled the Bell Centre Saturday for a scrimmmage that helped raised money for rebuilding efforts in Lac-Mégantic. Fans were delighted to find a welcoming committee
The Canadiens were back on the ice Friday in Brossard as training camp continued with the second intra-squad scrimmage in two days. Defenceman Nathan Beaulieu, who suffered a shoulder
(Photo: Allen McInnis, The Gazette) Danny Brière made his on-ice debut as a Hab Thursday on a line with David Desharnais and Max Pacioretty during the first scrimmage at the
A finalist for the Calder Trophy in his rookie season, Brendan Gallagher sounds like his feet are planted firmly on the ground as he heads into his sophomore
(Photo: Dario Ayala, The Gazette) Dozens of gamers showed up at a Montreal night club Monday evening for the launch of EA Sports NHL 14 and a
The Canadiens' rookie camp wrapped up Monday with an 11 a.m. Red vs. White scrimmage in Brossard that turned into a blowout. Team Red, led by three goals from
Team Red beat Team White 3-2 in Sunday's scrimmage at the Canadiens' rookie camp in Brossard with Tanner Eberle scoring two goals for the winning team.
Michael McCarron showed there’s more to his game than size as he beat Zach Fucale on a penalty shot Saturday during the first scrimmage of the Canadiens' rookie