Found January 12, 2012 on NESN.com:
Right now, which team do you hate more: the Vancouver Canucks or the Montreal Canadiens? Probably the Canucks, right? With bad blood lingering between last year's two conference champions, the Bruins' long-standing relationship with Montreal has been put on the back burner a bit as the Habs come into town on Thursday night. Despite the fervor and passion that came out during the first four Canadiens-Bruins games, the two teams may have cooled on each other since their last meeting last month. Since then, Montreal has gone just 3-5 and is lagging in last place of the Northeast, a full...
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