1. David Krejci. Was one of the few players showing any effort out there tonight. Montreal was clearly trying to be overly physical with Krejci, who held his composure for most of the night. The cheap shot from Tomas Plekanec got a retaliation from Krejci, and rightfully so.
2. Patrice Bergeron. Bergeron continues to be the Bruins best overall player. His line generated the most chances all night long and they all finished with a 0 +/- rating. Dominate again in the faceoff circle, winning 9 out 0f 12.
3. Dennis Wideman. Wideman continues to look better as the season progresses. He is still far away from where he was the previous two seasons.
1. Matt Hunwick. Just a bad night overall. Soft play, bad turnovers, and little effort gives Hunwick the top spot. He responded with setting up the lone Bruins goal, but the negatives far out weigh the positives.
2. Tim Thomas. Granted, Thomas did not receive much help in front of him, he clearly played his worst game of the season tonight. 5 goals allowed on only 23 shots before getting pulled for Tuukka Rask.
3. The powerplay. Just embarassing. Failing to score on two different 5 on 3’s, one which was the full two minutes. Lack of movement from any of the forwards combined with multiple bad passes, contributed to a dreadful powerplay all night long.