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The Bruins blew a 3-1 third period lead, but survived overtime, and got a goal from Tyler Seguin in the shootout to beat the Canadiens 4-3 in Montreal last night.
The Celtics, meanwhile, got a big game from Rajon Rondo, but didn’t get Ray Allen and Paul Pierce involved in the game hardly at all, and dropped a home game to the lowly Detroit Pistons, 98-88.
Point taken by Bruins – Kevin Paul Dupont says that the Bruins will take this one as they began a six-game road trip.
Bruins’ Victory Proves Costly As Rich Peverley Suffers Knee Injury, Zdeno Chara Takes Puck to Face – Douglas Flynn says that the Bruins paid a price for this one.
Will Brad Marchand be suspended again, and will Rich Peverley miss time? – DJ Bean notes that a possible suspension for Marchand could make this win even costlier.
B’s may be finding their focus – Joe Haggerty thinks that the Bruins might be getting their act together.
Fans cheer Zdeno Chara injury – The Herald notebook has the Montreal fans cheering loudl...
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