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The attacker Philip Danault has served as a strong failure to Frans Nielsen for Red Wings.
Five goals in the second period led the Montreal canadiens to a gain of 8-1 at the expense of the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday.
A victory putting an end to a series of five setbacks abroad, in addition to keeping the Habs to the forefront of the race for fourth as ; the Penguins and the Hurricanes, who are in hot pursuit of the CH to close, have won them also.
Andrew Shaw has signed a hat trick and Max Domi, a doubled, all this backed up by nets, Tomas Tatar, Brendan Gallagher and Joel Armia.
Carey Price made 28 stops, yielding only to Anthony Mantha.
“I’ve already had a few games of two goals, so the third was really good,” said Shaw, author of his first hat trick.
Jimmy Howard blocked 16 on the washers 22, and Jonathan Bernier stopped 10 shots out of 12.
“We needed to bounce back [after the setback in New Jersey], said the head coach of the Canadian, Claude Julien. We played well, we were confident with the puck. The four trios have brought something. We hope that it will continue in next match, so that we can continue to move in the right direction. ”
The trip of four games, the Canadian is set to conclude Friday in New York to face the Rangers. Saturday night, the montreal club will receive the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Shaw was 2-0 to 2 min and 22 s at the second third, getting his 14th goal of the season. Jonathan Drouin, left at Domi, who made a pass bouncing to the enclave, where the veteran Shaw scored with a shot to sec.
Drouin stopped a famine of seven games without a point ; he added three more assists.
In the middle of the median, Price blocked a strike dangerous Mantha. The Wings have caught up to the CH to fire mid-way into the meeting, with fifteen on each side. It took almost eight minutes for Detroit gets a first shot.
The protected Claude Julien brought the score to 3-0 at 11 min 19 s, thanks to a great shot of the cuffs of Gallagher. Phillip Danault has set the table for his 27th goal with a short pass. Gallagher has directed the puck at mid-height, beating Howard to his right. He got a fifth goal in six games.
Without mercy, the Canadian was quick to further highlight his dominance. Counter-attack with four against two, Drouin has passed to Domi in the enclave, and the latter took advantage of a screen by Shaw, scoring his 21st goal of the season, 13 min 48 s.
Armia has provided the fifth goal at 16 min 09 s. the bottom of the right circle, he took advantage of a gaping opening on a pass from Jesperi Kotkaniemi.
Mantha has a private Price of a white set to 18 min 16 s, in the second engagement, when a puck deflected two times was found on his palette, at the mouth right.
Before the second intermission, Domi has done 6-1 by redirecting a pass from Shaw. Then, in the third minute of the third period, the son of Tie has hit the target on the reverse, breakaway.
There was 2 min 33 s clock when Shaw completed a hat-trick on a sequence of tic-tac-toe, including passes of Domi and Drouin. After an evening of five points, Domi is to ten points in its last six games.
The Canadian took the lead 1-0 at the 6 min 16 s, the first third, on a sequence where nothing in particular seemed to be. Jordie Benn has lobed disk in the box opposite and Tatar won his battle against Filip Hronek, then going to a deke to beat Howard. Hronek was going to be punished, but the Slovak has scored his 22nd goal of the season.
This is only 7 min 45 s that the Red Wings got their first shot of the match — a low shot Hronek.
In the middle of the first period, Armia and Kotkaniemi have been at the heart of good sequences near the netting of the Wings. Author of eleven nets, the young Finnish has not yet made fly abroad.
The Habs played with fire late in the first twenty : the club has entered into the period of short-a man (Paul Byron, tripping) and towards the end of the sanction it is Artturi Lehkonen, who sinned, his high stick, creating a disadvantage to disrupting the two periods. At the beginning of the second twenty, the Price had to frustrate Michael Rasmussen’s two times in three seconds, almost.