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2014 NHL playoffs Bruins vs Canadiens live stream, TV coverage, Game 4 odds

The Bruins and Canadiens get ready for Game 4 tonight.
The Bruins and Canadiens get ready for Game 4 tonight.
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The 2014 NHL playoffs live stream and TV coverage continues Thursday with two games on the schedule including Game 4 between the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins. After splitting the first two games of this best-of-seven series in Boston, the Canadiens took the action to Boston as they dominated the Bruins in Game 3 coming away with a 4-2 victory and taking a 2-1 series lead. Tonight's NHL live stream action will have a big impact on this way this series shapes up.

According to a Sportsline report on May 8 P.K. Subban continues to be the driving force for Montreal. If the Canadiens do hold on and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, Subban will be the MVP of this series. Subban has two points in each of the three games of this series against Boston and has 11 points overall in the playoffs.

It is safe to say that the 2013 Norris Trophy winner as the NHL's top defenseman is dominating on the ice right now! The Bruins had better find an answer for Subban or they could be staring down a 3-1 deficit in this series. While Subban may be playing the best hockey of his career, he credits his good play to a total team effort.

"I'm just the beneficiary of the guys playing well around me, supporting me," Subban said. "It starts in goal. Well, it actually starts with our coaching staff and making sure everybody is feeling confident. We're doing it together. ... When we had adversity, we're sticking together doing the right things.

Even though they are trailing in this series and are on the road, Las Vegas odds makers have Boston as the favorites tonight's match-up. The Bruins are listed at -140 with the over/under total at 5. That may be kind of surprising to many, but the Bruins are the favorites to win the 2014 Stanley Cup.

Fans can catch all of the Game 4 action live on NBC Sports Network nationally and streaming live online through NBC Sports Extra. The puck is scheduled to drop at 7:30 p.m. ET. What do you think hockey fans? Will Boston roar back and tie this series at 2-2 or will Montreal take a commanding 3-1 series lead back to Boston for Game 5?

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