Canadiens' Danault leaves on stretcher after taking Chara slap shot to head

Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher

Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher

Facing off against their former head coach in Claude Julien, the Boston Bruins managed to post two points on the road - besting the Montreal Canadiens, 4-3, at Bell Centre Saturday night. It was Galchenyuk's 100th career goal. Marchand tied the game with a power-play goal at 17:48.

Danault remained on the ice for several minutes as he was attended to by the training staff.

Brad Marchand scored the game-winner for Boston when he snuck a wrist shot through Carey Price's five-hole after Price stopped 29 of 32 shots in regulation and overtime. He was taken to the hospital for further exams.

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The Canadiens later announced that Danault was transported to hospital to undergo testing, and that he is awake and moving. Deslauriers picked up a loose puck at the Boston blue line and beat Rask with a low shot from the slot at 5:45.

"I was hoping that he was not hurt", said Chara.

The Canadiens and Bruins both went on to make the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, each losing in the first round. Sometimes we all get hit somewhere in the upper body.

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All even after one: Max Pacioretty gave the Canadiens a 1-0 lead when he scored at 3:22 of the first period on the rebound of a shot from the blueline by rookie defenceman Victor Mete, who was making his first appearance since helping Canada win the gold medal at the world junior championships.

As Danault was leaving the ice, Chara went over and said something to him.

"You know there's a rivalry that exists and that's twice now I've switched sides of that rivalry so I guess I could say I'm a little used to it but it's always special when you face your old team". "He was talking to me and responding so that made me feel better that he's OK and he's not in a condition where he's not responding".

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