Rusnak: Habs let game against Bruins slip away

Jessica Rusnak
2/6/2013 11:50:35 PM
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The Montreal Canadiens came out to a great start against the Boston Bruins Wednesday night but ultimately let the game slip away from them.

In the second period, P.K. Subban scored his first goal of the year coming on the man advantage to give the Canadiens a one-goal lead. The Habs were unable to hold the lead for long.

Tyler Seguin came out ready to play in the third, tying the game only 14 seconds into the period. David Krejci followed up Seguin's goal by scoring the game winner.

The Canadiens will try and bounce back tomorrow night in Buffalo.

Subban and Markov (Photo: The Canadian Press)


(Photo: The Canadian Press)
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