Filed under: Stream Game Day Streams Canadiens Playoffs 2014: Round 2 Game 1: Habs vs Bruins Contributors: Eyes On The Prize Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Canadiens Playoffs 2014: Round 2 Game 1: Habs vs Bruins Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email It's finally here. It's guaranteed to be the best series in the playoffs so far. It's on. 11 Total Updates Since May 1, 2014, 12:00pm EDT Follow this stream May 2, 2014 The Habs do what matters By Andrew Berkshire In a game where the Canadiens were outshot, outchanced, outhit, and outplayed, they did what matters, and have a 1-0 series lead over Boston. May 1, 2014 Habs grab home ice advantage again By Laura Saba@theactivestick There nothing better than overtime in the playoffs... except double overtime, but only if your team wins, and tonight, Carey Price and P.K. Subban gave Habs fans just that in Game 1 against the Bruins, winning 4-3. May 1, 2014 Bruins fans throw debris at Habs after win. By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont May 1, 2014 Canadiens vs Bruins OT thread By Mark Black@Mark_Black ARGH this game! Has your heart stopped again? Boychuk ties it to send it to overtime. Price is still in beast mode. Vanek? Not so much. May 1, 2014 Third Period Thread: Habs vs Bruins By Mark Black@Mark_Black 3rd line or best line? Bourque scores 4th of the playoffs to make it 2-0. Boston fans now curse the name Bourque. May 1, 2014 Price makes a wicked glove save By Scott Matla@scottmatla May 1, 2014 HNIC round 2 opening montage By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont May 1, 2014 Second Period Thread: Habs vs Bruins By Mark Black@Mark_Black PK on the PP deflates TD Garden in a hurry. May 1, 2014 Montreal & Boston's mayors place high stake bet By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont May 1, 2014 Game 1 thread: Habs vs Bruins By Mark Black@Mark_Black Montreal rolls into Boston to tackle minor speed bump on the road to the conference finals May 1, 2014 Can the Habs stake themselves to an early lead? By Ian Murray@iancmy1 Staring down their biggest rivals, can the Canadiens start their Conference Semifinal series with a win in hostile territory?