Habs' Danault stretchered off after shot to head

Habs' Danault stretchered off after shot to head

The Bruins outshot Montreal 29-25 in regulation time and 32-30 overall. The Canadiens regained the lead when Galchenyuk scored a power-play goal at 8:51.

Marchand's power-play goal late in the first period tied the game, and the back-and-forth goal scoring was off and running.

According to the Associated Press, Danault "was moving and speaking to medical staff before he left the ice" at the Bell Centre in Montreal. He was taken to the hospital for further exams. Nicolas Deslauriers pulled Montreal even when he picked off a pass from Chara in the neutral zone and then beat Rask at 5:45 with s flawless shot along the ice on the blocker side.

Brad Marchand scored in the fourth round of a shootout, and the Boston Bruins beat Montreal 4-3 on Saturday night after the Canadiens lost Phillip Danault to a head injury on a frightening play in the second period.

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"There's no doubt it's a special thing because I spent a lot of great years in (Boston) with an organization that treated me extremely well and I'm showing a lot of gratitude towards them for that", Julien said before the game Saturday. It happens. It's unfortunate. On that particular play I was getting a pass off the boards and the puck probably was bouncing. "I'm obviously wishing him a fast and full recovery". "He is awake and moving".

Chara understandably was left shaken by the incident and was the first player to have words with Danault as he was taken off the ice.

"I wanted to make sure he was OK", said Chara.

"He was talking to me and responding so that made me feel better that he's responding and he's OK, and he's not in a condition that he's not responding", Chara said. "So I was glad that he was doing OK".

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