Habs have Bruin’s Backs Against the Wall

In an unlikely event, the Montreal Canadiens have taken a 2-0 lead in their series against the Boston Bruins.

The Bruins are in a bad situation, and if history tells a story, the Bruins have yet to come back from a 2-0 deficit in all of their 26 attempts.

One positive that Boston fans can look forward to is the return of their Captain and big defensive presence Zdeno Chara. It has yet to be stated that he will return, but with 2 games down, it would be near improbable that he will not. In game two, Chara was hospitalized overnight after being dehydrated. It was an unfortunate event, as having the proper food and nutrients is pivotal to NHL players’ ability to play. Chara did skate for the pregame of game two yet felt dizzy and incapable of playing.

The next game will be in Montreal on Monday night. Expect the Habs fans to be in full effect with loud chants and an overall increased intensity for the game. If Boston wins game 3 they still have a fighting chance. If not however, it will be the end of the Bruins for this year, an end that not too many people saw coming, and an end to a series that fans would have liked to of seen gone 7 games.

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