MONTREAL — In 18:47 of ice time in Game 6 Monday night, Jarome Iginla ripped off 10 of the Bruins’ 63 attempted shots. That’s usually a very good thing. It means the first line is controlling the puck and putting heat on its opponents.
But the Canadiens blocked three of Iginla’s blasts. One missed the net. The other six thudded into Carey Price. Iginla entered the night with only seven shots on goal in the previous five games.