The Canadian wins 2 to 1 against the Senators

The Canadiens managed to extend their winning streak to five, thanks to a 2-1 win over the Senators on Saturday night.

More details will follow.

3rd period:

11:10 – Artem Zub is sent off for delaying the game. Canadians Power Play.

11:00 – Gallagher, well served by Jake Evans, goes there with a one-timer shot. Murray resists.

08:01 – Brendan Gallgher is insistent in the net for the Senators. He pushes Matt Murray with his stick after a whistle and receives the visit of the five opposing players.

04:11 – Brendan Gallagher goes to the dungeon due to a high stick.

00:00 – Beginning of the period.

2nd period:

20:00 – End of the period.

7:50 p.m. – Laurent Dauphin stretches his full length and blocks a throw that would most likely have deceived Andrew Hammond. Superb effort!

7:39 PM – Jake Evans is punished for tripping.

5:16 p.m. – Adam Gaudette receives a two-minute penalty for hanging.

3:25 p.m. – Matt Murray stretches the pad (yes, again!) and frustrates Laurent Dauphin.

14:21 – GOAL! Artturi Lehkonen inherits the disc in the slot and unleashes a ball that beats the Senators goaltender. 2-1 CH. A second for the Finn tonight!

13:25 – Mike Hoffman (him again) is, on a two against one, supplied in a splendid way by Laurent Dauphin. But Matt Murray moves well and steals the shot on reception from the CH striker.

11:27 – Jake Evans takes advantage of his speed and overtakes Erik Brannstrom. He appears alone in front of Murray, but the latter makes a sublime save with his leg.

07:44 – In turn, Gallagher is sent to jail for tripping Austin Watson. At the same time, he cancels the numerical advantage of his team.

07:15 – Artem Zub is sent off for an obstruction on Brendan Gallagher.

05:38 – Andrew Hammond stands in front of Alex Formenton, left alone in front of him.

03:15 – Mike Hoffman escapes and tries a one-handed maneuver. Matt Murray, however, takes out the left leg and refuses to give in.

01:23 – GOAL! Colin White takes advantage of a sublime discount from Connor Brown and creates the equality. Goal scored on the power play. 1-1.

00:31 – Ben Chiarot is kicked out for tripping Tim Stutzle.

00:00 – Beginning of the period.

1st period:

20:00 – End of the period.

16:47 – GOAL! Moments after missing a golden chance, Artturi Lehkonen took advantage of a free drive in front of the Senators net and opened the scoring. 1-0 CH.

3:30 p.m. – Brendan Gallagher feeds Mike Hoffman to perfection. Posted at the top of the enclave, the former Drummondville Voltigeurs shoots on reception, but his shot finds… the bay window behind Matt Murray.

05:10 – Laurent Dauphin spots Mike Hoffman alone in front of the Senators net. CH No. 68 tries the backhand shot, but misses the target

04:13 – Colin White comes down the right flank and fires a great wrist shot, but the puck ends up on the post to the left of Andrew Hammond.

00:00 – Start of the game.

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The Montreal Canadiens will be looking to pull off a feat that hasn’t been seen in over four years tonight against the Ottawa Senators: win their fifth straight game.

The happy sequence of the Montreal formation had occurred from November 25 to December 2, when it had notably beaten the Senators, precisely.

The game is currently being broadcast on TVA Sports as well as on TVA Sports direct.

For this confrontation, the head coach of the Habs, Martin St-Louis, has decided to trust his veteran Andrew Hammond.

Recall that Hammond had the best moments of his career with the Senators in 2014-15, posting an impressive 20-1-2 record.

Surprisingly, this will be the first meeting between the Senators and the Canadiens this season. They will face each other three more times by the end of the campaign.

Last year, the Habs went 4-4-2 in 10 games against the Senators.

Perreault back

Forward Mathieu Perreault will return to play during this meeting, he who has not played since December 14th. He will take the place of injured Paul Byron.

Josh Anderson, who took a puck to the head in the last game, will be at his post.

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