A thaw for the Canadian against the Panthers (and the referees)

A thaw for the Canadian against the Panthers (and the referees)

For the second time this season, the Canadian was looking for a third consecutive victory. And yes, you read correctly.

Here’s Martin St-Louis’ list:

Click HERE for the Panthers roster.

Is it possible that both teams lose tonight? #Lottery

We will see.

Anyway, the Canadian started the game well. He had his chances, but he ran into an Alex Lyon in top form.

A save to Cole Caufield was truly spectacular.

It was Sergei Bobrovsky who started the game for Florida, but unfortunately for him, he was injured on a chance on goal by Josh Anderson.

After Bobrovsky, it was Eric Staal’s turn to go to the locker room after this contact:

After the period, neither team had red-lighted.

In the second half, Samuel Montembeault signaled several times. But midway through the period, the Panthers finally broke through the wall. Sam Reinhart took advantage of the shot return allowed by the goalkeeper to score.

Martin St-Louis contested, but without success.

Result: Florida numerical advantage, which they took advantage of to double their advantage.

And the Panthers really hurt CH late in the period. On another power play, Matthew Tkachuk tripled his team’s lead.

Moments later, Florida really sealed the game with an unanswered fourth goal. Givani Smith’s turn to join the party.

Did you think the hell period ended like this? Well no… Matthew Tkachuk added his second goal of the game and his team’s fourth goal before the end of the match on the power play.

I think the Canadiens allowed more shorthanded goals in one period than they scored on the power play all year…

Early in the third period, St-Louis decided to send Cayden Primeau into the fray. It was his first NHL appearance this season.

And that gave some energy to the locals. In the third minute, Rem Pitlick scored his second goal of the season from a tight angle.

Therefore, he was (partly) forgiven for a difficult match.

Subsequently, for his blow to Staal at the start of the match, Mike Matheson had to settle scores.

Moments later, Josh Anderson cut the deficit to three goals with a power play goal. Pitlick scored his second point of the game.

But Ryan Lomberg welcomed Primeau with a goal between the bases. Florida regained a four goal lead.

Final score: 6-2.

Montreal will return to action on Saturday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Extension

– Is it really a Canadiens game without an Arber Xhekaj battle?

– Michael Pezzetta also joined the party. fights

“Lyon spent the afternoon robbing Caufield.

– All four active goalkeepers were used in this game.

– For the Panthers’ first allowed goal, the NHL allowed the goal, as the obstruction occurred after the shot.

– Hard night at work.


#thaw #Canadian #Panthers #referees

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