Canadiens in the playoffs: Habs keep Bruins at bay
P.K. Subban's impressive playoff performance key to the Habs' success
The Montreal Canadiens scored a bucket full of beauties last night.
The turning point came when P.K. Subban, coming out of the penalty box, found the back of the net to put the Habs up 2-0 against the Boston Bruins.
While Subban’s impressive play during the playoffs has everyone talking, the defenceman remains modest.
He also says he owes his maturing style to advice given to him by none other than Habs legend Serge Savard.
The Habs-Bruins series is 2-1. Game 4 happens at the Montreal Bell Centre on Thursday, May 8 at 7:30 p.m.
The CBC Montreal Sports team has you covered for the Montreal Canadiens' 2014 Stanley Cup playoff run. Andie Bennett and Doug Gelevan are with Habs from the first round all the way to the victory parade.
Check out cbc.ca/montreal every morning for highlights, interviews from the locker room and the latest reports from Doug and Andie in Montreal and on the road.