Both teams seemed to play a little more conservatively in the second period. Neither team however, found the back of the net. Even the shots on net were low--Bruins had eight, while holding the Habs to just six.
There wasn't much excitement between those shots either.
Each team had a couple opportunities here and there, but for the most part, each team's play has gone back and forth without much purpose.
In fact, even looking at penalties, the Habs took one lone one in the second period--a goalie interference call at the 16:08 mark courtesy of Travis Moen.
As you would imagine, nothing came from that power play.The B's have been very disciplined for the most part as well. There were a couple instances where Shawn Thornton looked like he was going to drop the gloves with Lars Eller, but Eller didn't answer the call.
The Canadiens enter the third period with a 22-20 shot advantage over the Bruins .