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

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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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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

WATCH LIVE: Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens (Game 4)

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The Montreal Canadiens combined a hot first-period performance with a breakaway Dale Weise goal to build a 3-0 lead that the Boston Bruins couldn’t overcome in Game 3. The Habs hope to take a commanding 3-1 series in Montreal tonight while the Bruins aim to head home with this series tied.

Game 4 airs on NBCSN and can be streamed via the link below:

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P.K. Subban has been fantastic in general during the postseason, but he really made his presence felt in Game 3. The Bruins probably have a to-do list that includes “Don’t fall behind by two goals or more again,” but containing Subban has to be high in the pecking order.

There should be a festive atmosphere in Montreal and some legitimate desperation from Boston, so this has all the makings of a tense and entertaining game.

WATCH LIVE: Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens (Game 3)

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When you look at the history between franchises, there’s an enormous gap between Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens and any other second-round series, even with regional rivalries taken into consideration.

For fans of bitterness and hostile hockey, the two historic teams haven’t disappointed through the first two games … and it’s difficult to imagine them becoming chums as a 2-1 series lead is on the line in Montreal for Game 3. The action airs on NBCSN and via the livestream link below.

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There could be some noteworthy lineup changes right before things kick off, so stay tuned for updates at PHT.

WATCH LIVE: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins (Game 2)

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It’s an afternoon puck-drop in Boston for Game 2 between the Bruins and Montreal Canadiens.

Carey Price will look to continue his incredible play from Game 1 while Tuukka Rask will look to not play like… Well, bad stuff.

A couple of quick lineup changes for both teams appear likely. Michael Bournival replaces Travis Moen for Montreal and Andrej Meszaros swaps in for Matt Bartkowski on defense for Boston based on warm-ups.

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You can read our quick preview of today’s game here. Feel free to join our live chat during the game and ask questions about what’s going on around the NHL world.