Habs vs. Bruins will start Thursday night

The Eastern Conference semifinal series between the Canadiens and Bruins will start Thursday night in Boston.

RDS reported the entire series schedule on its website on Tuesday afternoon, including the 7:30 p.m. start Thursday for Game 1, and the NHL confirmed the Thursday start on its website Tuesday night. The NHL said the entire schedule would be set on Wednesday.

Here’s the entire series schedule that RDS, which televises all the Habs games, posted on its website:

Game 1: Thursday May 1 at Boston, 7:30 p.m.

Game 2: Saturday, May 3 at Boston, 12:30 p.m.

Game 3: Tuesday, May 6 at Montreal, 7 p.m.

Game 4: Thursday, May 8 at Montreal, 7 p.m.

Game 5 (if necessary): Saturday, May 10 at Boston, TBD

Game 6 (if necessary): Monday, May 12, at Montreal, 7 p.m.

Game 7 (if necessary): Wednesday, May 14, at Boston, TBD

(Photo by John Mahoney/The Gazette)

Series Preview, NHL.com

Habs looking for momentum on power play, montrealgazette.com

Subban ready to take heat in Boston, montrealgazette.com

Lucic, Gallagher shelve Vancouver bond for playoff warfare, Vancouver Province

Bruins’ Hamilton becoming more consistent, montrealgazette.com

Bruins’ Paille could return against Habs, NHL.com

Krejci, linemates focus on coming up big for Bruins, NHL.com

Gallagher rises to occasion, Canadiens.com

Chiarelli’s Bruins stronger than ever, Boston Herald

Chara shines for Bruins without ‘sexy stats,’ Boston Globe

The matchup: Montreal vs. Boston, Canadiens.com

 

589 Comments

  1. JF says:

    If the Habs put up a good fight but lose the series to the heavily-favoured Bruins, we can still console ourselves with the great improvement in the team since Bergevin took over. We’re bigger and tougher than two years ago, our lineup is better balanced, and we have a great deal more depth. We’re on the way to becoming an elite team; one more good draft should give us the organizational depth to take the next step. Who knows, by the time we are truly elite, the Bruins could be on the way down, their years of low draft picks starting to show in the team they ice. There are cycles in team building; no team stays at the top forever.

    • RetroMikey says:

      Bruins will still be a contender for several more years.
      We still have to get more grit and be bigger with offensive scorers as well, we lack offensive scoring if Vanek signs in the summer in Minny.
      I would not say the team would be an elite team but a playoff contender if we still have the core of our players with the team like Subban, Gallagher, Pacioretty, Price to name a few several seasons down the road.
      Good luck to the Habs, I still feel Bruins will win the Cup.
      Wish the team kept Julien instead of firing him back in 2006.
      He is a very good coach who know how to get the best of his players even the old days in Hamilton.

      “We will win the Cup one day only with ? in the nets “

    • alain58 says:

      We will also need Toronto’s help if we want to be as good. They got Rask, Seguin and Hamilton out of their bonehead deals. In the meantime we got Gomez for McDonagh and Weise for Diaz ;)


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