Ottawa is in the Canadiens' heads. There's no other way to describe it, after a 6-1 Senators victory that included 236 minutes in penalties, and a third period that saw the Habs actively and repeatedly try to hurt their opponents. Oh, but Paul MacLean called a timeout!
The ugly has been brewing for a while, or at least since Eric Gryba demolished Lars Eller in Game 1. It's the playoffs, so you figured Chris Neil and Brandon Prust would get their inevitable fight out of their system and it'd be done. But this is one of those playoff series, it seems. Everything boiled over with 13 minutes remaining, after Kyle Turris scored to make it 4-1 and put the game out of reach.