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Sports Never-say-die Canadiens salvage another road point in defeat

09:56  10 october  2019
09:56  10 october  2019 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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a crowd of people skiing on the snow:  Canadiens’ Joel Armia scores past Sabres goalie Carter Hutton during first-period acton in Buffalo Wednesday night.© Timothy T. Ludwig Canadiens’ Joel Armia scores past Sabres goalie Carter Hutton during first-period acton in Buffalo Wednesday night.

BUFFALO — Resiliency has become the trademark for the Canadiens.

Marcus Johansson scored the winning goal at 1:30 of overtime as Montreal wrapped up its season-opening road trip with a 5-4 loss to the Buffalo Sabres at KeyBank Arena Wednesday night. The Canadiens were just getting back to even strength as Johansson scored. They had been short-handed after Phillip Danault went off with 34.9 seconds remaining in regulation. The Canadiens finished the trip with a 1-0-2 record as they managed to pick up at least a point in all three of their road games and, on each occasion, they came back from deficits in the third period.

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Ben Chiarot scored at 12:55 of the third period to send this game into overtime.

The first two periods were highlighted by special teams heroics. Buffalo had power-play goals from Victor Olofsson and Jack Eichel, with Tomas Tatar watching both goals from the penalty box.

Joel Armia scored the first two Montreal goals, opening the Canadiens scoring with a short-handed marker and adding a power-play tally for a 2-1 Montreal lead. Rookie Nick Suzuki earned his first NHL point with an assist on Armia’s second goal.

Eichel, who was the consolation prize in the 2015 Connor McDavid draft, scored his second goal to put Buffalo ahead 3-2. The Canadiens were putting pressure on Buffalo goaltender Carter Hutton in their search for the go-ahead goal, but Eichel picked up a loose puck and skated the length of the ice, beating Keith Kinkaid with a shot off the rush.

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a crowd of people skiing on the snow:  Canadiens’ Joel Armia scores past Sabres goalie Carter Hutton during first-period acton in Buffalo Wednesday night.© Timothy T. Ludwig Canadiens’ Joel Armia scores past Sabres goalie Carter Hutton during first-period acton in Buffalo Wednesday night.

Buffalo appeared to be in control when Jeff Skinner scored in the opening minute of the third period for a 4-2 lead, but Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored 57 seconds later to keep Montreal’s hopes alive. It was Kotkaniemi’s second goal this season on the road. He scored all 11 of his goals at the Bell Centre.

The Canadiens dominated the early going, but the complexion of the game changed after Tatar took an interference penalty and the No. 1-ranked power play in the NHL went to work. The Canadiens’ zone became a shooting gallery, with Kinkaid getting an early test. He stopped  the first three shots he faced and caught a break when Olofsson hit a post. But the Sabres kept the pressure on and Olofsson scored his fourth goal of the season soon after.

Claude Julien made his first lineup change of the season, inserting Christian Folin and Mike Reilly as the third defence pair, replacing rookie Cale Fleury and Brett Kulak.

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Claude Julien and his players will be looking at a lot of video Friday as they prepare to face the Stanley Cup-champion St. Louis Blues at the Bell Centre Saturday. “We weren’t sharp,” Julien said after the Canadiens dropped a 4-2 decision to the Detroit Red Wings in their home opener Thursday. “We have to find a way to turn that around,” Julien said. “We’re going to play our third game in four nights. There’s not much we can do physically, but we’ll be looking at video and see where we can be sharper mentally.” The Canadiens were scheduled to practise in Brossard Friday, but they will skip the on-ice session in favour of a team meeting and videos.

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