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WATCH LIVE: New York Rangers at Montreal Canadiens (Game 2)

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It’s the Montreal Canadiens hosting the New York Rangers in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. You can watch the game — starting at 8 p.m. ET — on NBCSN, or via NBC’s Live Extra Stream.

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Your relevant linkage for tonight’s big game:

Report: No Brassard for Rangers tonight

Reports: Tokarski starting for Habs

Habs need to put Game 1, Price injury, and Boston series behind them

Kreider wishes he scored instead of injuring Price

Price out for rest of series; Therrien calls Kreider play ‘reckless’

WATCH LIVE: New York Rangers at Montreal Canadiens (Game 1)

New York Rangers v Montreal Canadiens
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It’s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final from Bell Centre in Montreal. A spot in the Stanley Cup Final is on the line in this series and for both teams it would be their first trip back since the 1990s.

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Montreal hasn’t been in the Stanley Cup Final since 1993 and for New York it was 1994. Those trips each resulted in winning hockey’s ultimate prize for both teams. The first step towards trying to recapture that glory begins today.

Read our preview of Game 1 here.

WATCH LIVE: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins (Game 7)

Zdeno Chara,  Travis Moen
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Not much to say here other than it’s a huge, huge game.

Puck drops at 7 p.m. on NBCSN, but feel free to watch via NBC’s Live Extra stream as well.

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Relevant linkage for tonight’s game:

Video: Remembering the last time the Bruins and Habs played Game 7

Montreal sells out Bell Centre for Game 7

Julien would be ‘very surprised’ if Seidenberg plays Game 7

Your Boston-Montreal Game 7 officials are…

Get your Game 7 notes: Habs at Bruins

Video: PHT Extra — KIL line needs to get going

WATCH LIVE: Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens (Game 6)

Loui Eriksson, Carey Price
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Only one Canadian team made it to the playoffs and that squad is now one loss away from eliminated.

The Canadiens had a 2-1 series lead over Boston with Game 4 in Montreal, but Tuukka Rask stood tall in that critical contest and Bruins forward Matt Fraser was the unlikely overtime hero in his first career playoff game.

That goal shifted the momentum of this series as Boston came out strong in Game 5. Taking advantage of their power-play opportunities, they had a 3-0 lead early in the second period. Montreal rallied back a little, but never got within one goal of the Bruins after that point.

With Montreal fighting for its campaign, two guys to keep an eye on are Canadiens forwards Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais. The duo has been lackluster offensively in the postseason and Montreal will have a hard time winning back-to-back games against a team like Boston unless they break out of their respective droughts.

The game will start at 7:30 p.m. ET and air on NBCSN. You can also stream it online:

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Related:

Video: Bruins’ Thornton sprays Habs’ Subban with water during play

WATCH LIVE: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins (Game 5)

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The Boston Bruins will host the Montreal Canadiens tonight in Game 5 of their second round series tonight, starting at 7 p.m. ET. The series is tied 2-2. You can catch the game on NBCSN, or watch via NBC’s Live Extra.

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Here are some links to check out for this game.

Report: Habs’ Briere a healthy scratch for Game 5

Therrien: When Pacioretty gets hot, he’ll get ‘really hot’

Video: What the Canadiens need to do