The Boston Bruins face-off tonight against the Montreal Canadiens this is a must-watch game for fans of the original six teams, plus some fans of other teams in the Atlantic who are interested in how close the Bruins could make things in the standings.
The Bruins are the hot team right now, they have won four out of their last five games and have been led by Brad Marchand who is having a great season, plus this will be a chance for Bruins fans to say hello to an old friend.
This is one of the first games for the Bruins since signing Tuukka Rask to a one-year contract for the remainder of the season. Rask will most likely be the backup tonight and just having him back on the bench will be great to see.
The Canadiens and Bruins might not be the powerhouses they once were when they were meeting in the playoffs, but this game still has a lot of excitement tonight.
Projected lines tonight via NHL.com
Artturi Lehkonen — Nick Suzuki — Mike Hoffman
Jonathan Drouin — Christian Dvorak — Joel Armia
Laurent Dauphin — Ryan Poehling — Cole Caufield
Cedric Paquette — Lukas Vejdemo — Michael Pezzetta
Ben Chiarot — David Savard
Brett Kulak — Jeff Petry
Sami Niku — Chris Wideman
Brad Marchand — Patrice Bergeron — Craig Smith
Taylor Hall — Erik Haula — David Pastrnak
Jake DeBrusk — Charlie Coyle — Oskar Steen
Anton Blidh — Tomas Nosek — Curtis Lazar
Matt Grzelcyk — Charlie McAvoy
Mike Reilly — Brandon Carlo
John Moore — Urho Vaakanainen
Time: 7 PM Eastern
Teams: Boston Bruins vs Montreal Canadiens
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Betting Odds: WynnBET
The Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens betting odds on WynnBET have Boston as -1.5 point favorites tonight, while Montreal is the underdog at +1.5. The Bruins are the favorite with a Moneyline odd of -360 on the night while Montreal is sitting at +280. Tonight’s game is expected to be high-scoring with an over/under of 6 goals on the night.