The Bruins and Canadiens will meet in the playoffs
It seems destined, right? Sunday night’s 4-3 Bruins loss to Montreal at TD Garden was disappointing because of the result, but you can’t argue the entertainment factor. The Canadiens had five power plays Sunday to Boston’s two. P.K. Subban was his usual self, ducking a fight with Nathan Horton. Montreal leads the league in power plays, while the Bruins are last. Add two rabid fan bases to these vastly conflicting styles, and a seven-game series would be incredible to watch. Given how well both teams are playing and the likelihood of them each winning their first-round playoff series, it could happen.