The Time: 7pm EST
The Place: Videotron Centre, Quebec City, Quebec
Where to Watch: Tonight’s game is on RDS in Canada, you may have to go looking for streams.
Where to Listen: 98.5 hasn’t listed it but the Bruins have stated the game will be on The Sports Hub, so keep an eye out.
Opposing Team’s SBNation Blog: Eyes on the Prize
The Bruins and Canadiens begin their hate-dance all over again, all within the confines of the “neutral” site of Videotron Centre in Quebec City. The team as it stands is going to be a mish-mash of players looking to make the team and players looking to make improvements on their previous year. There’s a good chance Kevan Miller and Paul Postma could be the first pairing.
The point is don’t take this game to heart.
The same can probably be said for a Habs team that needs to prove it can survive without a noteworthy center and prove that it’s organizational depth isn’t an elaborate illusion created by Marc Bergevin.
Zane McIntyre will likely be between the pipes to start the game then will switch off with Subban at some point, as is preseason tradition.
Bruins Game Roster:
Noel Acciari, Kenny Agostino, Matt Beleskey, Anders Bjork, Colby Cave, Jesse Gabrielle, Justin Hickman, Riley Nash, Chris Porter, Tim Schaller, Zach Senyshyn, Ryan Spooner, Jack Studnicka
Chris Breen, Connor Clifton, Tommy Cross, Matt Grzelcyk, Jeremy Lauzon, Kevan Miller, Paul Postma
Zane McIntyre, Malcolm Subban
It is important that we remind you that we cannot, as part of SBNation, suggest to you stream services and websites while in the body of an article. That would be bad.