As is usually the case in these early preseason games the Bruins answered some questions and found other areas that could be question marks for their hockey club.

Jarome Iginla is most certainly not one of those question marks as the 36-year-old future Hall of Famer opened and closed the scoring for the Bruins in a 6-3 victory over the Habs at the Bell Centre. Nick Johnson added two goals for the Black and Gold in the impressive exhibition opener that saw them sneak past the hated Habs but not everything was rosy for the Black and Gold.

New goaltender Chad Johnson wasn’t impressive in his first showing in a Bruins opener and leaves some questions about the backup goaltending situation for Boston behind Tuukka Rask. Johnson simply missed with his glove hand on Montreal’s first shot of the game and the rebound turned into a Travis Moen scoring deflection in front of the net.

Johnson also simply lost track of a PK Subban blast from the high point in the second period on a Montreal power play and ended up allowing three goals on only eight shots faced before giving way to Malcolm Subban.

Milan Lucic found David Krejci with another cross-ice pass in the third period and the center roofed a one-timer to the top right corner to give the Bruins added insurance. Zach Trotman added insult to injury with a sizzling slap shot from inside the blue line to make it a laugher at Montreal’s expense.