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Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins Live Stream: Watch Free Online Game 1, 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, TV Channels, Radio Stations

( [email protected] ) May 01, 2014 01:26 PM EDT
Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Playoffs Game 1 will begin at 4:30 p.m. PST/7:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, May 1, 2014. The Canadiens will be visiting the Bruins at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. Information on how to watch the Canadiens vs. Bruins Playoffs Game 1 on live stream free can be found below.
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Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Playoffs Game 1 will begin at 4:30 p.m. PST/7:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, May 1, 2014. The Canadiens will be visiting the Bruins at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. Information on how to watch the Canadiens vs. Bruins Playoffs Game 1 on live stream free can be found below.

The Canadiens swept the Lightnings 4-1 in the first round playoffs, winning Game 4 at their home ice Bell Centre. It is their 31st time in their history to lead 3-0 in the playoff series. Going into second round playoffs, the Candiens are concerned about their power plays, which were 2-for-13 against the Lightning.

Montreal's penalty kill was 5-for-7 against the lightning compared with Bruins' 18-for-20 against the Detroit Red Wings in a five-game win.

"We worked on the power play [Monday] and we'll work on it more," coach Michel Therrien said, according to NHL.com. "We want to create momentum on the power play and we're working that in mind."

The Bruins lost three of four games against the Canadiens in the regular season, but they have just defeated the Red Wings that also beat them three times in four tries.

"I think it's just about who's going to do their homework a little bit better," said center David Krejci, according to NHL.com. "And then we've just go to trust the system and go out there and do the job. I think we have a pretty good team here, and if we'll do our homework right, then we should be able to get some results."

Canadiens forwards Brendan Gallagher and Rene Bourgue had three goals each in the series against the Lightenings.

Bruins' Bergeron had five points and Lucic had three goals against the Red Wings. Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask Stopped 146 of 152 shots (.961 save percentage).

Montreal Canadiens radio station is 98.6 fm, TSN Radio 690, and 107.7 fm. Those wanting to listen online can accessed the stations here.

Boston Bruins flagship radio station broadcasting their games is 98.5 The Sports Hub. The Bruins games are also broadcasted on several radio stations in the six-state region of New England. You can find the stations here. 

Canadiens vs. Bruins Stanley Cup Playoffs game 2 will be televised nationally on NBC Sports and CBC (Canada), and locally on RDS, and online live stream can be watched by clicking here.