Montreal·Special Report

Canadiens in the playoffs: Habs top Bruins in double overtime

Is there a better feeling than scoring a double-overtime winner? P.K. Subban thinks so: "Winning the Cup."

Defenceman P.K. Subban scored two power-play goals and led on ice time

Subban scores double OT winner

8 years ago
Duration 0:45
Andie Bennett reports following game 1 from Boston...

What a game!

The Habs were led to a hard-fought victory by P.K. Subban, who scored two power-play goals, and Carey Price after he made 48 saves on 51 shots on goal.

Is there a better feeling than scoring a double-overtime winner, Subban was asked after the game.

"I'm sure there's a better feeling," the 24-year-old said after pausing to reflect. "Winning the Cup."

CBC Montreal's Andie Bennett was in Boston for the game. Check out the videos for more from Game 1 at TD Garden and listen to Doug Gelevan on CBC Daybreak here:

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 every morning for highlights, interviews from the locker room and the latest reports from Doug and Andie in Montreal and on the road. 

With files from The Canadian Press