Found January 12, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Bruins welcome the Montreal Canadiens to the TD Garden on Thursday night. The sight of the bleu, blanc et rouge across the ice has been a welcomed one for most NHL teams this season, but the B's know they can't expect another poor showing from Montreal on Thursday. The Canadiens have struggled all year, but for whatever reason, they always match up well with the Bruins, and they always give the B's a tough game. The Bruins are expecting more of the same on Thursday night. See the video above from NESN Daily for more, including a Montreal perspective...
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