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Sports Canadiens squander strong start, fall 3-1 to Lightning at the Bell Centre

07:15  16 october  2019
07:15  16 october  2019 Source:   montrealgazette.com

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First time seeing a playoff game live. Never saw that much electricity in the Bell Centre . Will remember it for the rest of my life.

a hockey player wearing a red shirt:  Canadiens centre Nate Thompson is sent to the ice by Lightning centre Steven Stamkos during play Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.© Allen McInnis Canadiens centre Nate Thompson is sent to the ice by Lightning centre Steven Stamkos during play Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.

The Canadiens played 16 minutes of inspired hockey, but that’s not nearly enough when they’re matched against the high-octane Tampa Bay Lightning.

Tampa Bay spotted the Canadiens a 1-0 lead, but roared back to score three unanswered goals en route to a 3-1 victory Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.

The Canadiens came out strong in the first period and used an aggressive forecheck to keep the play in the Lightning zone. The shots were 8-2 in Montreal’s favour when Yanni Gourde was sent off for slashing Joel Armia and the new and improved Montreal power play went into action.

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There was a preview of coming attractions when Ondrej Palat stepped around Shea Weber and launched a short-handed shot that hit the crossbar. The play went the other way and Jeff Petry opened the scoring with a drive from the top of the left faceoff circle that beat Andrei Vasilevskiy high to the far post.

a hockey player wearing a red shirt:  Canadiens centre Nate Thompson is sent to the ice by Lightning centre Steven Stamkos during play Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.© Allen McInnis Canadiens centre Nate Thompson is sent to the ice by Lightning centre Steven Stamkos during play Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.

The Lightning came to life after giving up the first goal. The Canadiens were caught on a long shift and Braydon Coburn took advantage when he tied the score with seven seconds remaining  in the period.

Tampa Bay added two quick goals to open the second period. After Brett Kulak was penalized for holding at the 31-second mark, it took only 33 seconds for Steven Stamkos to give the Lightning the lead. The scenario leading up to the goal was similar to the Canadiens’ goal because Artturi Lehkonen had a short-handed attempt on an odd-man rush, but his shot hit a post.

Canadiens soar over the Blues with six-goal outburst

  Canadiens soar over the Blues with six-goal outburst 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. 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.

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Tyler Johnson made it 3-1 at 2:01 of the second period with a shot Carey Price should have stopped. The common denominator on the Lightning goals was that Weber was on the ice for all of them.

This was the third game in a four-game homestand and the Canadiens are 1-2 at home as they prepare to meet the Minnesota Wild Thursday night. They have an overall record of 2-2-2, and while it’s still very early in the season, there is one troublesome trend. The Canadiens have played four games against Atlantic Division rivals and have taken only three of a possible eight points. They are currently tied for sixth in the division standings.

The Canadiens applied pressure in the third period when they outshot the Lightning 14-6, but were unable to beat Vasilevskiy, who made 33 saves to run his career record against the Canadiens to 8-1-2. Price is now 14-16-6 against the Lightning and the three goals he gave up on 22 shots won’t help his save percentage.

In the Habs' Room: Self-inflicted wounds prove costly vs. Lightning

  In the Habs' Room: Self-inflicted wounds prove costly vs. Lightning Claude Julien blamed the Canadiens’ 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lighting Tuesday on “self-inflicted” wounds. After a promising start against the Lightning, the Canadiens surrendered three goals in a span of two minutes and eight seconds of game time. The bleeding began late in the first period when the Canadiens were unable to clear the puck from their zone. The line of Jonathan Drouin, Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Joel Armia were stuck on the ice for 1:40 before Braydon Coburn scored at 19:53 to give the Lightning a 1-1 tie. “The guys were getting tired and right at the end there, I lost sight of the puck,” Price said.

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The power play went 1-for-5 and has scored a goal in five of Montreal’s six games. The Canadiens’ power play ranks in the top 10 in the NHL after finishing last season with the second-worst record.

But the penalty killing has been horrendous since the start of the season. The Lightning scored on its only advantage and the Canadiens have now given up seven goals on 18 power plays for a 61.1 per cent success rate. That ranks 29th in the NHL.

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