The Montreal Canadiens are now 6-1 in the 2014 NHL playoffs and hold a 2-1 series lead over the Boston Bruins in Round 2. The Habs will look to put their division rival up against the wall as Game 4 goes Thursday at the Bell Centre in Montreal.
The Canadiens have been playing some of their best hockey of the season since the playoffs began. If it wasn't for a 10-minute collapse in Game 2, they'd be undefeated.
Montreal has been getting solid play from its depth players throughout the playoffs, and that trend has continued against the Bruins. All lines are contributing in all facets of the game.
But how have Montreal's top players been faring in Round 2 as compared to the opening-round series against the Lightning?
Here is a stock up, stock down report for the Montreal Canadiens stars in the 2014 NHL playoffs.