Both teams exchanged chances, although it has to be said that the Bruins probably carried the play a little more than the Habs in the first.
Reno warmed us up, Price looked great as usual, Subban is his Norris wining self and Desharnais will never shoot the puck ever again.
The good news is that Pacioretty stayed in the game after a big (legal, in my opinion) hit. The bad news is that he may have suffered brain damage, but there's hockey to be played, so we'll worry about neural issues later, right?
Douglas Murray stole the show in the first, with his obliteration of Shawn Thornton.