Milbury: 'Dominating performance' from Canadiens

Milbury: 'Dominating performance' from Canadiens
January 31, 2014, 12:00 am

On Cross Check, former Bruins player and coach Mike Milbury broke down the thumping the Bruins took from the Montreal Canadiens Thursday night. The Habs came into Boston Garden and thoroughly outplayed the B's in a 4-1 victory.

"That's as dominating a performance from the Canadiens as we've seen from them in a long, long time," Milbury said.

The Bruins had a problem keeping up with Montreal's speed.

"We're seeing a pattern here that speed is an issue for this club to handle," Milbury said. "Tuukka Rask got the ball started. The second goal [by Max Pacioretty] was not very good. He's gotta make that save. I don't know if he realizes the signficance of these games yet. But it's cause for concern because they own him."

Rask is 2-10-2 lifetime vs. Montreal.