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Sports Canadiens soar over the Blues with six-goal outburst

07:35  13 october  2019
07:35  13 october  2019 Source:   montrealgazette.com

In the Habs' Room: Back to the drawing board after loss to Wings

  In the Habs' Room: Back to the drawing board after loss to Wings 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.

The Canadiens turned on the jets in the third period to defeat the St. Louis Blues 6 -3 Saturday at the Bell Centre. The Canadiens outshot the defending Stanley Cup champions 15-10 in the third period and got goals from Artturi Lehkonen

Six different Canadiens scored goals, but it was the top line of Tomas Tatar, Phil Danault and Gallagher that led the way. Canadiens soar over the Blues with six - goal outburst . Canadiens ' Victor Mete grew up as a big St. Louis Blues fan.

 St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington makes a save as Canadiens’ Tomas Tatar jumps at the Bell Centre on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.© Jean-Yves Ahern St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington makes a save as Canadiens’ Tomas Tatar jumps at the Bell Centre on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.

The Canadiens turned on the jets in the third period to defeat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 Saturday at the Bell Centre.

The Canadiens outshot the defending Stanley Cup champions 15-10 in the third period and got goals from Artturi Lehkonen, Brendan Gallagher and Max Domi as they improved their record to 2-1-2.

Lehkonen put the Canadiens ahead for good when he scored on a wraparound at 7:30, jamming the puck past Jordan Binnington on the short side for his first goal of the season.

Vasilevskiy solid in net as Lightning defeat Canadians 3-1

  Vasilevskiy solid in net as Lightning defeat Canadians 3-1 MONTREAL — Andrei Vasilevskiy made 33 saves as the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 on Tuesday night in the fifth game of a six-game road trip. Braydon Coburn, Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson scored for the Lightning (3-2-1), who were coming off a 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators. Nikita Kucherov added two assists. The 25-year-old Vasilevskiy improved to 8-1-2 in his career against Montreal. Jeff Petry scored theBraydon Coburn, Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson scored for the Lightning (3-2-1), who were coming off a 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators. Nikita Kucherov added two assists.

Canadiens defenceman Victor Mete carries the puck during game against the New York Islanders at the Bell Centre in Montreal on March 21, 2019. The Canadiens are tied for 28th in team defence , allowing 3.83 goals a game. Part of the problem has been a dreadful penalty - killing unit, which has.

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Gallagher gave the Canadiens a two-goal lead at 11:56 and this was one of those occasions when the new NHL rule on challenges benefitted Montreal. Gallagher appeared to interfere with Binnington as he backed into the crease and the puck somehow went in after Domi’s pass from behind the net. Under the new rule, a team is penalized if the challenge fails and Craig Berube became the latest coach to pass on the gamble.

Domi completed the scoring with an empty-net goal. Carey Price made 25 saves for the win.

 St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington makes a save as Canadiens’ Tomas Tatar jumps at the Bell Centre on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.© Jean-Yves Ahern St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington makes a save as Canadiens’ Tomas Tatar jumps at the Bell Centre on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019.

This was not a good night for the Canadiens’ special teams.

The power play, which has shown signs of competency in the early going, failed to score on four opportunities. It produced four shots on goal, but none created any problems for Binnington.

Recap: First-period frenzy earns Habs the win

  Recap: First-period frenzy earns Habs the win After an uninspired start, two players netting their first NHL goals made the difference.For the first half of the opening period, it didn’t seem like the Canadiens were all that interested in showing that they were better than the opposition. The opening minutes looked eerily similar to the performance in Detroit a week prior, not boding well for the Canadiens’ chances.

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But with the Canadiens having lost some real firepower down the middle for at least a month and a half, Montreal will need all the scoring they can get. Philadelphia isn’t the only Metro team streaking, as the Blue Jackets won their sixth straight after using a four- goal third period to pull away from the

The Blues had two power plays and took their only lead of the game when defenceman Vince Dunn scored to put St. Louis ahead 3-2 midway through the second period. That goal was matched later in the period by Phil Danault.

Tomas Tatar, who leads the Canadiens in penalty minutes, was spared another two minutes when Montmagny native Samuel Blais scored his third goal of the season to tie the game at 2-2 early in the second period. Tatar took an unnecessary penalty in the offensive zone, but it didn’t matter because Blais scored on the delayed penalty. Blais’ shot off the rush was blocked, but he picked up the rebound and beat Price with a backhander from a difficult angle.

Tatar opened the scoring when he went to the net and chipped a backhander over Binnington’s glove hand. The play started with Oskar Sundqvist winning a faceoff against Danault, but the Blues couldn’t control the puck and Gallagher pushed the puck to Tatar in front.

Canadiens expected to use both goalies in weekend road games

  Canadiens expected to use both goalies in weekend road games ST. LOUIS — Canadiens coach Claude Julien plans to use both his goalies this weekend, but he wasn’t saying after practice Friday in Brossard which order they will play. The Canadiens flew to St. Louis after practice for the start of a busy weekend with road games against the Blues on Saturday (3 p.m., TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio) and the Minnesota Wild on Sunday ( 5 p.m., TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio). The Canadiens flew to St. Louis after practice for the start of a busy weekend with road games against the Blues on Saturday (3 p.m., TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio) and the Minnesota Wild on Sunday ( 5 p.m., TSN2, RDS, TSN 690 Radio).

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The Canadiens used the quick strike to come out of the first period with a 2-1 lead. Ben Chiarot found Jonathan Drouin with a pass up the middle and the Canadiens’ forward made the right decision as he found room between two St. Louis defenders and beat Binnington with a quick shot on the blocker side.

Drouin’s goal came 50 seconds after Brayden Schenn tied the score with his fourth goal of the season. Coach Claude Julien has preached the importance of protecting the puck through the neutral zone, but an errant cross-ice pass by Domi opened the door for the Blues.

The Canadiens are back at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night to play the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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