Time for talk is over in Habs-Bruins series

Zdeno Chara takes the Canadiens' Alexei Emelin into the boards on Monday night. Like many of the...

Zdeno Chara takes the Canadiens' Alexei Emelin into the boards on Monday night. Like many of the Bruins defencemen, Chara could have been better in Game 6. (Eric Bolte/USA Today Sports)

Bruce Garrioch, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:02 PM ET

The talk must now turn to action for Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens.

It comes down to one game between these two bitter rivals.

The rest of what happened in what has been a Round 2 series for the ages is history. If the Bruins are to win this they must remember their past experience and bear down for a victory.

The Bruins have been here before. They have done that. They have had to do things the hard way in the past; they view this as another bump on the road in an attempt to win the Stanley Cup.

Coming off a 4-0 loss in Game 6 on Monday, the Bruins returned home with their heads held high with a dramatic Game 7 set for Wednesday night at TD Garden in the Atlantic Division final.

While P.K Subban was talking tough after Montreal’s victory Monday and Boston coach Claude Julien declared “I expect us to win,” those words will all be meaningless once the puck is dropped.


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