Chalk it up as a learning experience.
Your Montreal Canadiens dominated the first 12 minutes of the game, skating off to a 7-0 shot advantage.
But they couldn’t beat Tuuka Rask.
And Boston proved, through subsequent play, that you can’t let a good team up off the deck.
Third-period goals by Tyler Seguin and David Krejci erased the lead P.K. Subban’s secodn-period power-play goal had created.
You couldn’t fault Carey Price on either goal.
The Bruins’ penalty-kill was the best the Canadiens’ heretofore high-flying PP has seen this season.
The Canadiens’ promising rookies were largely invisible through the latter part of the game … as were many of the veterans.