Is the reign over?
: On the heels of leaving Thursday night’s game after only four shifts, Mike Komisarek may not be in the lineup against the Bruins on Saturday as he awaits further tests on his lower body injury. Komisarek, who leads the Canadiens with 266 hits and 227 blocked shots, is also the team’s current iron man with 196 consecutive games played.
Heir to the throne
: Should Komisarek not be able to suit up, Mark Streit would become the Canadiens new iron man. With 132 straight games under his belt, Streit hasn’t missed a game since not dressing against the Leafs on Dec. 2, 2006.
: Thanks to his dazzling pair of highlight-reel goals on Thursday, Alex Kovalev shouldn’t have any trouble selling copies of his new instructional DVD, which is already flying off store shelves across Quebec. With three more points Thursday night in Boston, Kovy now has 62 points in 68 career games against the Bruins, his highest output against any NHL team. Five alive
: It should come as no surprise that head coach Guy Carbonneau is again going with Carey Price
against the Bruins. The rookie phenom is looking for his fifth win in as many starts versus Boston, armed with a 2.25 goals-against average and .929 save percentage against Claude Julien’s charges this season. Manny Almela is a writer for canadiens.com