How to Watch Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: Free Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time


The Boston Bruins (37-5-4) and the Montreal Canadiens (20-24-3) meet in Montréal, Québec on January 24, 2023 at Bell Centre, starting at 7:00 PM ET on NESN. The Bruins rank first in the Eastern Conference with 78 points and the Canadiens are 15th in the Eastern Conference with 43 points.

How to Watch Montreal vs. Boston

  • Game Day: Tuesday, January 24, 2023
  • Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: NESN (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Arena: Bell Centre
  • Live Stream on fuboTV: Start your free trial today!

Boston and Montreal Stats

  • The Bruins put up 3.8 goals per game (175 in 46 games), and the Canadiens concede 3.6 (171 in 47).
  • The Canadiens score 2.6 goals per game (121 in 47 games), and the Bruins concede 2.0 (93 in 46).
  • Boston is first in the NHL in goal differential, at +82 (+1.8 per game).
  • Montreal is -50 overall in terms of goals this season, 29th in the league.
  • On the power play, the Bruins have scored 43 goals (on 27% of opportunities, third in NHL), and short-handed the Canadiens have conceded 45 (killing off 73.4% of penalties, 28th in league).
  • The Bruins have conceded 21 goals while short-handed (killing off 87.1% of penalties), and the Canadiens have scored 22 power-play goals (successful on 15% of opportunities).

Boston Impact Players

  • David Pastrnak has been vital to Boston this season, with 64 points in 46 games.
  • Brad Marchand has picked up 44 points (1.2 per game), scoring 15 goals and adding 29 assists.
  • David Krejci has 11 goals and 27 assists for Boston.
  • Linus Ullmark has allowed 53 goals (1.82 goals against average) and recorded 804 saves.

Bruins Injuries:

Jake DeBrusk: Out (Fibula),

Tomas Nosek: Out (Foot)

Montreal Impact Players

  • Nicholas Suzuki’s 16 goals and 22 assists in 47 games for Montreal add up to 38 total points on the season.
  • Cole Caufield is a key piece of the offense for Montreal with 36 total points this season. He has scored 26 goals and added 10 assists in 46 games.
  • Kirby Dach is a crucial contributor on offense for Montreal with eight goals and 21 assists.
  • Jake Allen has allowed 95 goals (3.5 goals against average) and compiled 787 saves with an .892 save percentage (42nd in the league).

Canadiens Injuries:

Sean Monahan: Out (Foot),

Brendan Gallagher: Out (Lower Body),

Carey Price: Out (Knee),

Joel Armia: Out (Upper-body),

Emil Heineman: Out (Thumb),

Juraj Slafkovsky: Out (Lower-body),

Kaiden Guhle: Out (Leg),

Jonathan Drouin: Out (Upper-body),

Paul Byron: Out (Hip),

Cole Caufield: Out For Season (Shoulder),

Jake Evans: Out (Lower-body)

Regional restrictions apply.

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