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How to watch Bruins vs. Canadiens Game 7 online, TV schedule and preview

The Bruins and Canadiens meet in Game 7 for the ninth time in history, and in the postseason for the final time in 2014. Who will advance?

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For the ninth time in the history of their rivalry, the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins will face off in a Game 7. This one will play on Wednesday evening at TD Garden in Boston, with the winner advancing to face the New York Rangers in the 2014 Eastern Conference Final.

Montreal is coming off of a big 4-0 win on home ice in Game 6. They're expected to keep their same lineup in Game 7 as they did in the Game 6 win, which means Nathan Beaulieu will be on the third defensive pairing, not Douglas Murray. The Bruins are keeping the same lineup as well.

P.K. Subban was animated after the Game 6 win, talking about the expected atmosphere in Boston, and that he "can't wait to take that all away from them." There will be a similar atmosphere in Montreal, where fans have sold out the Bell Centre for a watch party.

One building full of 20,000 people will go home happy. The other will enter a frustrating offseason, wondering what could have been after a loss to their biggest rival.

Here's how to watch Game 7 on Wednesday night:

Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins

Game 7, Eastern Conference Second Round | Series tied 3-3
7 p.m. ET | TD Garden, Boston, Mass.

National TV: NBCSN (US) | CBC, RDS (Canada)
Live online stream at (USA) and (Canada)
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