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by The Upper Canadien on 05/03/14 at 09:52 AM ET
Can the Habs go home with a 2-0 lead? It seems unlikely, but stranger things have happened, including in 2011, where the Habs went home in the first round...with a 2-0 lead over Boston. We won't talk about what happened afterwards.
Game one was all Carey, all Subban. How do the Canadiens win game 2? It needs to be all Carey again, with sprinkles of Subban, Vanek and Pacioretty. They need to keep playing their game, not Boston's. If they do, and the speed comes through, they'll win.
Lineup changes? I would look to get Bournival back on that fourth line. It's an added weapon and he's responsible defensively. Moen was good, not great. I might consider swapping Moen up for Prust - Prust has not looked right - but I suspect Prust will play, as he's as gritty as they come.
12:30 puck drop. Fans in Boston are anxious. Fans in Montreal are anxious. Fans elsewhere are asking questions such as, "what's for breakfast? Why is there a hockey game at 12:30?"
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