Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Boston puts home win streak on the line against Montreal

Boston puts home win streak on the line against Montreal

He wasn't pulled from the game immediately, nor was he looked at during the second intermission.

Marchand sounded a little more pissed off about the entire sequence of events following the game and understandably so given that it could have cost the Bruins two points.

"That's embarrassing, they had 30 minutes, or 20 minutes to sit there, view the tape and call it in".

"The guy up there is busy eating pizza and cheeseburgers and can't watch the game", he added. "Maybe next time he (won't) pull this out of his butt and watch the game".

Of course, a player's safety in a physical sport like hockey rightly provides concern for the National Hockey League.

Marchand was visibly agitated as he made his way down the tunnel before later returning.

"This game's on NBC. I thought it was fairly evident when he get hit and then they made a decision to pull him at the start of the third", said Cassidy. That's the only explanation I got.

"But, yes, to answer your question, he was (fine)", Cassidy said. He checked out fine. I know the spotters are there to help us and I shouldn't have take my frustrations out on them.

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He was on the bench to start the third period and after going out on to the ice, a concussion spotter pulled him at 18:24, which lead Marchand to smash his stick in anger.

Price gave up five goals on 11 shots before being pulled in the second period. stopped 10 of 13 shots in relief.

Bruins: 7-0-3, averaging 3.8 goals, 6.6 assists, 3.9 penalties and 8.8 penalty minutes while giving up 2.1 goals per game with a.937 save percentage.

Today is the NHL Thanksgiving Showdown event which is held every year, and the Blueshirts will be hoping to fare better than they did in last season's game after being shutout 4-0 by the Philadelphia Flyers.

After Pastrnak's tying tally, the Rangers had a golden opportunity to regain the lead after Par Lindholm was given a double minor for high sticking 12:58 into the third period.

It was another call that left Cassidy scratching his head.

Canadiens' Jesperi Kotkaniemiskates the puck against Charlie McAvoy of the Boston Bruins at the Bell Centre on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, in Montreal. When both teams failed to do so, to overtime they headed. He has 24 goals in 26 games and that puts him six ahead of teammate Brad Marchand and Edmonton's Connor McDavid.

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