The Bruins dropped their final regular-season contest to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night 2-1. The Habs capitalized in the first few minutes of the match, which left the Bruins trailing throughout the entire contest.

Daniel Paille scored the lone goal for the B’s, who struggled to equalize the game. They were presented with an opportunity late in the game as the final second wound down. The Bruins got a power play in the final minute of the game, but were unable to capitalize. Jack Edwards told NESN Daily’s Leah Hextall that the Canadiens looked like “the more alert team, the quicker team, the hungrier team,” in the matchup.

Hear what else Edwards had to say on the Bruins’ loss in the video above.