NHL Playoffs 2011, Canadiens Vs. Bruins: Montreal Takes 3-1 Lead After Second Period

Patrice Bergeron brought the Bruins within one, scoring 7:38 into the second period to cut Montreal's lead to 2-1, but the Habs answered with a goal from Yannick Weber 17:21 into the second and took a 3-1 lead into the intermission.

Carey Price, who made eight second-period saves, has 23 saves through two period for Montreal while Tim Thomas has 20 saves for Boston.

Boston holds a 24-23 advantage in shots, but Montreal outshot the Bruins, 15-9, in the second period. Both teams have registered 11 penalty minutes and both have had three power play opportunities.

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