Back to the game. With a little over twelve minutes gone in the third, P.K. Subban delivered a forearm-elbow to the head of David Krejci. Almost instantly, as he’s done before, Andrew Ference jumped Subban and begin delivering punches. Sadly, as he’s done in the past, Subban completely turtled hiding his head in his gloves on the ice trying to curl up into the fetal position. Ference then continued to try and drag him to his feet pulling him across the ice! And as has been the case for the Bruins lately, they respond to a dirty play and end up short-handed. Ference ended up with four penalty minutes while Subban only got two for a hit the targeted the head. Of course Montreal scored on that power play which just highlights the injustice in how the league is officiating their games these days and aren’t allowing the players to police themselves on the ice.
After the goal by the Canadiens, the Bruins hung on to win 2-1. After the game it was confirmed that Cammalleri was traded to the Calgary Flames for Rene Bourque. Again, Montreal is a mess right now and this rivalry is on hold at least for this year.
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