The lead-up to game has been characterized by Bruin efforts to unnerve Habs netminder Carey Price. Boston says the key to beating Price is to shoot high.
Price, however, doesn’t think too highly of the Bruins’ taunts.
Meanwhile, Habs’ playoff ace Rene Bourque missed practice yesterday and is questionable for tonight’s game.
On the bright side, Ginette Reno will be singing the National Anthem before tonight's game. Reno's cardiologist, Dr. Jean-Lucien Rouleau of the Montreal Heart Institute, confirmed the news on CBC Radio's Daybreak Tuesday morning.
The Habs and the Bruins face off in Game 3 in Montreal at 7 p.m.
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