Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban's sublime efforts should have occupied fans and media alike, but that did not happen.
While racism in sports is an ongoing issue across North America and in need of further discussion, it was good to return our focus to the ice for Game 2.
After firing 51 shots on goal in Game 1, the Bruins hoped to continue the pressure, while the Habs were looking to shore up their defensive game.
It was another fantastic game on Saturday afternoon, with the Bruins prevailing 5-3 and knotting the series at one, as reported in The Globe and Mail. The teams will now head back to Montreal for the next two games.
Once again, there was a lot to chew on for all. Here are our biggest takeaways from Game 2.