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by The Upper Canadien on 05/14/14 at 10:51 PM ET
Carey Price was magnificent. Dale Weise was a force. Daniel Briere was Mr. Clutch. The Habs pull it out, and are heading to the conference finals.
Red. White. Blue!
The series begins - wait for it - in Montreal on Saturday (when was the last time the Habs had home ice in round three?) as the Rangers visit the Bell Centre. Meanwhile, Milan Lucic continues to stew, after threatening to get Canadiens during the handshake line, and being confronted on television about it.
Moving past Lucic, however, and the childish Brad Marchand, the Bruins are a great team, with amazing talent, and the Habs should be proud they took them down. Getting four wins against Boston was no easy task, but hard work, determination, and a commitment to the system did it. Lucic and a few others aside, Boston is a classy organization, and going forward, they'll move past the accusations and referee conspiracy theories to get back to the team they once were (for a good take on this, listen to Chris Nilan's interview at tsn690 from Tuesday).
Habs. Rangers. Saturday. Potentially Alex Galchenyuk. Carey Price. PK Subban. Original 6. 1 pm. Other than the 1 pm, not a bad deal, eh?
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