And they're even.
After losing an overtime heartbreaker on Thursday, the Montreal Canadiens are back in Boston tied 2-2 in their Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Bruins.
The division rivals will each be looking to take the series lead when they face off on Saturday night. The Hockey Night in Canada contest will be available to stream online. Follow the links below the watch it live.
Game preview: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins – 7 p.m. ET
Michel Therrien wants more from his top scoring talent.
The Canadiens coach didn't mention any names, but first-line forwards Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais have only one assist each in the first four games of Montreal's Eastern Conference semifinal series with the Boston Bruins.
"I want our best players to be able to perform and to contribute to the success of the team offensively," Therrien said Friday. "What I take from it is that if you look at the playoffs from the start, there are certain players that are having some trouble contributing offensively.
"These types of players need to adjust to the intensity of the playoffs. Yes, they are being checked very tightly, but there's an intensity of the beginning of the season, the middle of the season and the end of the regular season. But when you get to the playoffs, it's another type of intensity. Those types of players need to adapt to that challenge."
Therrien spoke a day after the Canadiens lost at home in the playoffs for the first time, falling 1-0 in overtime to the Boston Bruins.
Their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal is tied 2-2 heading into Game 5 on Saturday night in Boston.
Catch the game at 7 p.m. on Hockey Night in Canada. Here's a link to the live stream.