It's hard to believe but Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask earned his first home win against the Montreal Canadiens Sunday night when he shut out the Habs 4-0. In fact, it's the first home win for the B's vs Montreal since 2012.

And, the victory means the Bruins are 3-0 since making the coaching change from Claude Julien to Bruce Cassidy.

Adam McQuaid scored Boston's first goal in the opening period.
Zdeno Chara added a shorthanded goal and David Krejci added a powerplay goal in the second period.

Frank Vatrano finished the scoring in the final period.

Rask made 25 saves to get his 6th shutout of the season and the 36th of his career.

Carey Price made 32 for the Canadiens who are struggling, losing six of their last seven.

The Bruins are now 29-23-6 and don't play again until next Sunday.

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