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Sports Canadiens end Jarry's shutout streak, race past Penguins 4-1

05:20  11 december  2019
05:20  11 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

Guentzel scores in OT, Penguins beat Flames 3-2

  Guentzel scores in OT, Penguins beat Flames 3-2 PITTSBURGH — Jake Guentzel beat David Rittich on a rush 4:04 into overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Calgary Flames 3-2 on Monday night. Jared McCann scored his ninth goal and Alex Galchenyuk got his first with the Penguins. Both had a goal and an assist, helping Pittsburgh get a point for the 11th time in 13 games — eight of those 13 have gone to overtime. Tristan Jarry stopped 32 shots and has allowed two goals or fewer in six of seven games.Dillon Dube scored his first of the season for Calgary and second NHL goal. Sean Monahan added his sixth on a power play as the Flames lost for the seventh time in eight games.

Canadiens end Jarry' s shutout streak , race past Penguins 4 - 1 . Tomas Tatar' s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry' s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4 - 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

Canadiens end Jarry' s shutout streak , race past Penguins 4 - 1 . Tomas Tatar' s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry' s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4 - 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

PITTSBURGH — Tomas Tatar's 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry's franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

Jarry's shutout run ended at 177:15 on Tatar's power-play goal 12:24 into the second period that tied the game. Joel Armia beat Jarry less than four minutes later to put the Canadiens in front to stay and Shea Weber's pretty wrap-around with just 15 seconds left in the period gave Carey Price more than enough breathing room as Montreal won for just the fourth time in its last 12 meetings with the Penguins.

Canadiens extend losing streak to eight games after early lead against Bruins

  Canadiens extend losing streak to eight games after early lead against Bruins BOSTON — The Canadiens played a near-perfect road game for 46 minutes Sunday, but learned that a good team like the Boston Bruins will take advantage of any chances you give them as Montreal fell 3-1. The Bruins scored three goals in the third period to run their winning streak to seven games while the Canadiens’ losing streak extended to eight games (0-5-3). Montreal took a lead early in the game and proceeded to do all the things they didn’t do in the first seven games of the losing streak. They forechecked. They backchecked. They didn’t allow the Bruins the odd-man rushes that have plagued the Canadiens during their losing streak.

Canadiens end Jarry' s shutout streak , race past Penguins 4 - 1 . Tomas Tatar' s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry' s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4 - 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

Patrick Kane registered his second hat trick in a week and Scott Darling made 36 saves to lead the Blackhawks to a 4 - 1 win against the Penguins .

Price surrendered Jake Guentzel's 17th goal just 2:59 into the first period but quickly settled down to outduel the red-hot Jarry. Price finished with 33 saves as Montreal won for the third time in four games following an eight-game winless streak.

Jarry began the night leading the league in goals-against average and save percentage thanks to a surge that included back-to-back shutouts against St. Louis and Arizona last week. A point-blank stop on Nick Cousins early in the second period helped Jarry slip past the Tomas Vokoun's shutout mark of 173:06 set in 2013, but Jarry's luck ran out shortly after he surpassed Vokoun in the team record book.

Some sloppy play in front of Jarry helped the Canadiens finally break through. Pittsburgh was on the penalty kill in the second period following a slashing call against Evgeni Malkin when defenceman John Marino and forward Brandon Tanev both whiffed on clearing attempts. Montreal's Phillip Danault grabbed the loose puck and slipped a pass to Brendan Gallagher to set up a two-on-none. Gallagher set up Tatar, who beat Jarry to the short side, the first goal Jarry allowed since the second period of a loss to Columbus on Nov. 29.

In the Habs' Room: 'We let their most dangerous player get behind us'

  In the Habs' Room: 'We let their most dangerous player get behind us' BOSTON — Claude Julien was not a happy camper after the Canadiens dropped a 3-1 decision to the Boston Bruins on Sunday night at the TD Garden. The Bruins took the lead on a third-period power-play goal by David Backes, and Julien took exception to the holding call against Nick Cousins that gave the Bruins the advantage. “I thought we played really, really well, but the penalty call behind the net changed the outcome of the game,” Julien said. “It was unfortunate. It was a bad call. (Torey) Krug’s stick is stuck under his own player. In a 1-1 hockey game, you got to make sure when you make those calls, and I’m pissed off at the way it was handled.

Canadiens end Jarry' s shutout streak , race past Penguins 4 - 1 . Tomas Tatar' s 10th goal of the season ended Tristan Jarry' s franchise-record shutout streak and sparked the Montreal Canadiens to a 4 - 1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night.

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Jarry's attempt at putting together another scoreless run didn't last long. Armia flipped a puck up the side boards, batted down Pittsburgh defenceman Kris Letang's clearing attempt then raced around Letang before stuffing it by Jarry to give Montreal the lead 16:17 into the second.

Weber followed just before the end of the period with the 213th goal of his career, and perhaps one of his prettiest. The veteran defenceman broke down the left side, faked a shot then raced behind the net for a wrap-around score with 15 seconds left in the period that seemed to sap the energy out of the Penguins. Gallagher's empty-net goal with 1:39 remaining snapped Pittsburgh's three-game winning streak.

NOTES: Jarry stopped 82 straight shots during his shutout streak. ... Montreal F Jesperi Kotkaniemi missed his second straight game due to a concussion. ... Pittsburgh fell to 7-4-3 without captain Sidney Crosby, who remains sidelined while recovering from sports hernia surgery. ... The Canadiens went 1 for 1 on the power play. The Penguins were 0 for 1.

UP NEXT

Canadiens: Welcome Ottawa on Wednesday. The Senators won the first meeting of the season 2-1 on Nov. 20.

Penguins: Host Columbus on Thursday. Pittsburgh is 1-1-0 against its Metropolitan Division rival so far this season.

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Will Graves, The Associated Press

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