Bruins coach Jim Montgomery calls out the NHL

Does he have a point with this complaint?

Michael W.

The Boston Bruins earned home ice advantage throughout the 1st Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs thanks to another strong regular season, but it doesn't feel that way based on the comments made by head coach Jim Montgomery. 

Tonight is Game of the series, which will take place at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena. Both the Bruins and Leafs will have an additional day off before they reconvene for Game 4. But according to Montgomery, he and his team are spending too much time in the city of Toronto despite having been the better team during the regular season.

"Like, I mean, I would've rather been here Thursday, Saturday, being honest with [you]," Montgomery said. "I think we're spending more time in Toronto than Toronto's spending in Boston. And we're the home team."

Does Montgomery have a point here, or is this much ado about nothing? 

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