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BOSTON -- Boston coach Claude Julien said the Bruins had more in their tank and they showed it Saturday night.
. The Bruins got their power play going and got under the Canadiens skin as they won 4-2 to push Montreal to the edge of a playoff precipice. Boston was crisp from the get-go and scored power-play goals 32 seconds apart early in the second period to build an insurmountable 3-0 lead. "I dont think you can look at tonight and say all of a sudden we found our game." said Julien. "I think we were better tonight but theres another game to win and, Im being honest here, its not going to be easy." Game 6 of the second-round playoff series is Monday in Montreal with the Canadiens needing a win to remain alive -- undoubtedly regretting the Game 4 overtime loss at the Bell Centre that rejuvenated the Bruins. Montreal, which outshot Boston 31-30, has trailed Boston three games to two five times before and come back to win three of those series. After a five-year post-season drought with the man advantage against the Habs, Boston broke the power-play hoodoo through back-to-back strikes by Reilly Smith and Jarome Iginla. Tomas Plekanec was in the penalty box for both goals. "I thought we were intent when we started the game but their power play gave them a lot of momentum and confidence," said Montreal coach Michel Therrien. Boston was 0-for-10 in the series on the power play and amazingly had not scored in 39 tries with the man advantage against Montreal in the post-season since Game 2 of their 2009 Conference quarter-final. "Our power play was due," Julien said by way of understatement. After the first period, the talk was of the need for more intensity, winning more battles and making stronger plays on the power play. It worked and Boston had the rare luxury of playing with a lead. The Bruins led for 46 minutes 40 seconds Saturday, some four times the 11:39 they were ahead during the first four games of the series. The Canadiens have held the lead for 106:11 of the series. Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson also scored for the Bruins, who got a strong physical game from Milan Lucic. The hulking winger cruised the ice like a shark, looking for someone to take a piece out of. A late P.K. Subban goal made the score closer than the game actually was. Brendan Gallagher also scored for Montreal. Goalie Carey Price said the Habs are up for the elimination challenge. "You back any animal into a corner, its going to be desperate," he said calmly. "I think were going to be a desperate hockey club coming into next game and I think were excited for the challenge." Game 7, if needed, would be next Wednesday in Boston. The Canadiens will need to take a deep breath before the puck drops at the Bell Centre with their season on the line. "Frustration or not, weve got to make sure we play with some more composure," said a tight-lipped Therrien. Subban complained after the game of being sprayed with water twice from the Boston bench late in the game. After raising the issue in his post-game scrum, he tried to downplayed the antics but it clearly bothered him. "It hit me in the visor. I couldnt even see the last minute and a half out there," he said. "So I was pretty upset about that ... Im sure if that was me that did it, it would be a different story. Id probably be on the news for the next three days." Therrien, who looked like he had sucked a lemon prior to taking the podium, had little to say about hockeys version of Watergate. "Yeah, we saw that," he said when asked about the water spraying. "I dont want to comment on that," he added when pressed on the matter. Julien said he didnt see it and wouldnt condone it. After two games that features a total of five penalties, the referees remembered to bring their whistles with them Saturday and called 11 penalties. Montreal was 2-for-5 on the night with the man-advantage but was 0-for-3 in the first period. "I strongly believe that if we would have gotten a goal on one of those first power plays, it could have been the difference in the game," said Subban. Therrien, meanwhile, said his team had to be better five-on-five. The line of Soderberg, Eriksson and Matt Fraser finished with two goals and three assist and was plus-six. The Bruins third line has now scored three of Bostons last five goals with Fraser accounting for the overtime winner last Thursday in Montreal. Soderberg was awarded the Bruins jacket, a hand-me-down from Boston legend Johnny Bucyk, as the teams player of the game. The capacity crowd of 17,565 at TD Garden had plenty to cheer about. Boston looked focused and physical, outhitting Montreal 39-29. Plus the Bruins managed to plug up Montreals shooting lanes. "It was one of those games where were just on the wrong side of the puck all night," said Canadiens captain Brian Gionta. Smith hit the post before either team registered a shot. The Bruins went ahead at 13:20 of the first period after Eriksson beat the lumbering Douglas Murray to the puck behind the net and sent it straight back to Soderberg, who banged the puck in off Prices pad for his first career playoff goal. It came on Bostons sixth shot of the night. It was a good omen for the Bruins, given the team scoring first won the first four games of the series and the Bruins were 5-0 in the playoffs -- and 41-6-2 during the regular season -- with the first goal. Then came the power play breakthrough as the Bruins dominated the second period. After some good puck movement had the Canadiens running around, a Dougie Hamilton shot from the point deflected in off Smiths foot. Then, after a Bruins faceoff win, a nifty Torey Krug pass from the wall found Iginla all alone and he snapped a shot past Price. Boston was bossing the game and the Habs began to lose some of their composure. But Plekanec made up for some of that time in the penalty box when he snapped a shot from the faceoff dot that went through a Boston defencemans legs before rattling in off Gallagher at 14:39 on the power play to cut the lead to 3-1. The five-foot-nine Gallagher got thumped in the corner seconds before on the play, but picked himself up and got in front of the goal to be in position to tip the puck in. The goal ended Tuukka Rasks shutout streak of 122 minutes six seconds. The Bruins kept up the pressure in the third, coming at the Canadiens. Boston calmly blunted Montreal attacks and then moved the puck up ice with speed and purpose. Erikssons goal, with 5:48 remaining, came on a three-on-two complete with some slick passing. Price denied Fraser but was powerless to stop Eriksson, who skated around him until he had a clear shot at an empty net. With Matt Bartkowski off for holding and Price on the bench, Subban scored from the point to make it 4-2 with 2:29 remaining. Therrien brought back Brandon Prust, who had sat out the last two games. Making way was veteran Daniel Briere who had played under 10 minutes each of the last three contests.
. In their first meeting for six years, the Frenchmen dropped serve twice in the first set, but Giquel broke Simon two more times in the second. Gicquel moves on to face sixth-seeded Jarkko Nieminen of Finland, who advanced with a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (5) win against wild card Pierre-Hugues Herbert, despite the Frenchmans 23 aces.
.com) - The Vancouver Canucks will try to win two straight games for the first time since mid-January on Monday night as they play host to the struggling New York Islanders.
. has left the San Jose Sharks to become the Boston Bruins director of player personnel.SACRAMENTO - The Toronto Raptors are mired in a season-high two-game losing streak and look to rebound Tuesday night against the Sacramento Kings. You can listen to the action on TSN Radio 1050 beginning at 9pm et. The Raptors lost at home to the Dallas Mavericks on Friday and guard DeMar DeRozan suffered a severe groin injury in the process. DeRozan is out indefinitely with a tear of the left adductor longus tendon. Toronto couldnt push on without its leading scorer in Sundays 129-122 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Lakers in the opener of a three-game western sojourn. Lakers star Kobe Bryant recorded a triple-double of 31 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds. Kyle Lowry countered for Toronto with 29 points, nine assists and six rebounds, while Terrence Ross added 20 points and both Greivis Vasquez and Lou Williams supplied 19. Lowry has scored 20-plus points in four of the last six games and is averaging 24.0 points in six road games (4-2). Los Angeles scored 20 of the 33 points in the extra period We had trouble with our rhythm at both ends of the court, said Raptors head coach Dwane Casey. We missed a lot of easy shots that we usually make. The Raptors are second in scoring with 108.5 ppg and have the best record in the Eastern Conference at 13-4. They will close the western journey Wednesday against the Utah Jazz. Raptors forward Amir Johnson (toe) is questionable against the Kings. Sacramento is mired in a three-game slide and had won three in a row. It openedd a five-game homestand with a 97-85 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday, as the absence of DeMarcus Cousins (illness) was too much to overcome.
. Rudy Gay scored 20 points, Ben McLemore added 18 and Reggie Evans provided a boost with 17 points and 20 rebounds off the bench. Darren Collison had 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds for the Kings, who shot 47.1 percent and turned the ball over 23 times for 23 Memphis points. Turnovers have always been our biggest focus. Limiting turnovers, said McLemore. Our turnovers kind of hurt us tonight, but this game is behind us. We know what we have to do. Collison and Gay combined for nine turnovers, and Sacramento trailed by as many as 21 points in the second quarter. The Grizzlies had a 93-79 lead with two minutes left in the game. The Kings are in the midst of playing 10 of the next 11 games at home and are 4-3 at Sleep Train Arena. Meanwhile, Cousins has missed two straight games and is questionable Tuesday. Cousins is posting an average of 23.5 points and 12.6 rebounds, and has scored 20 or more points in seven straight games. He has recorded double-doubles in each of the last eight games and is second in the league with 12 on the season. Orlandos Nikola Vucevic has 13. Sacramento and Toronto split two games last season with each team prevailing as the host. The Kings have won six of the last eight meetings with the Raptors, losers in four straight and 14 of the past 15 games at Sacramento.
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