Carey Price will play against Boston, but only two of its last seven games have won and will lose 5-2 of New Jersey on Wednesday.
Here you can find five things in the Canadiens-Bruins game on Saturday at Bell Center (7 p.m., Sportsnet, TVA Sports, radio TSN-690).
Match: It's the second part of the back end of both teams. Canadiens were in Buffalo, where a strong afternoon fight was held on Friday, but in extra hours they lost the second goal of Jeff Skinner. This game seemed to be a temporary change in the philosophy of the Canadians, which defended the team more defensively than in previous games. Canadiens lost three games for the first time this season, but two of these losses have been on long trips. Bruins will get fewer breaks than Canadiens at Pittsburgh's home afternoon.
Gallagher has marked: The match for Max Domi ended on Friday, when the Buffalo match was held, but Brendan Gallagher won the 11th goal of the season for Domi. Gallagher was the second goal in the last three games to win eight games. Andrew Shaw got another match at the podium and now he has scored seven goals in the season. Jonathan Drouin and Domi Linemak have been successful, but Shaw is enjoying a good season, with the hard work he had previously seen in Chicago's career.
Price in networks: Carey Price is against Bruins and wants to double the first effort in Boston. 33 saved on October 27 to win in Montréal 3-0 without profit. The price won only two of the last seven parts and lost 5-2 in New Jersey on Wednesday night, although most of the opposing goals were a bad defense game. Check out Julien for a little help with his same game plan in Buffalo.
Other guys: In the second period this season, it is difficult to find a rivalry between the price and Jaroslav Halak. Slovak veteran has played at home on Friday night, which means that we will see Tuukka Rask. David Pastrana has been in a rhythm for this season. He has scored 17 goals to share Skinner with the NHL leader. But Pastrnas Bruin is the only one to have double stars this season. Brad Marchand scored six goals with 21 points, with only David Krejci giving two goals and 14 support.
Injury Report: Canadiens had a good news this week, when Captain Shea Weber took part in some contact drilling and could not be online at the Canadiens Carolina Hurricanes last Tuesday. The news is not for Bruins because there are three defenses left. Zdeno Chara has finished knee injury, Charlie McAvoy has a concentration and Brandon Carl has a back injury. Patrice Bergeron is the leader of the day of the day, with a sterile magic, but did not play Friday night.