Five games played. Five times the Boston Bruins have allowed the opponent to score first. Saturday night, the never did recover and were beaten by arch rival Montreal 4-2.

After a scoreless first period, the Canadiens scored twice in a six minute span in the second period.

And then, after getting a Dominic Moore to make it 2-1, the Bruins gave up a shorthanded goal to Montreal and it seemed to take most of the steam out of the B's.

Anton Khudobin made 29 saves filling in for an injured Tuukka Rask. Carey Price made 21 for the Habs.

The Bruins fall to 3-2. Montreal is 4-0-1.