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A look at the records set by Bruins, Canadiens in Game 7 of playoff series

Wednesday, 05.14.2014 / 7:15 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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A look at the records set by Bruins, Canadiens in Game 7 of playoff series

BOSTON - Records set or tied Wednesday night during Game 7 of the second-round playoff series between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens:

— The Bruins played in a Game 7 for an NHL-record seventh consecutive season.

— The Bruins and Canadiens met in their ninth Game 7, the most of any rivalry in North American pro sports.

— Bruins captain Zdeno Chara made his 11th career Game 7 appearance, passing Martin Brodeur, Andrew Ference and Scott Gomez (10) for the most among active players.

— Boston coach Claude Julien was behind the bench for his 10th Game 7, tying Mike Keenan for the most in NHL history among head coaches.

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