Saturday , June 12 2021

Vegas Golden Knights Winner Montreal Canadiens Rally



MONTREAL – Andrew Shaw tossed twice, and Tomas Tatar came back from Montreal's Canadiens in the third period, defeating Max Pacioretty's Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night on Saturday when he returned to Montreal.

Charles Hudon and Jesperi Kotkaniemi also threw two games to Canadiens (9-5-3), who lost the game. Max Domi used two assists to raise the point series to six games.

Goaltender Antti Niemi made 34 save in 38 hits. Starter Carey Price served as a substitute for Niemi after scoring at least four goals in four straight games.

Brad Hunt, Jonathan Marchessault, Alex Tuch and William Karlsson have thrown for the Golden Knights (7-9-1). Marc-Andre Fleury withdrew from 21-23 innings.

Former Canadiens captain Pacioretty scored nine goals as a scoring player in the Bell Center in his first match, but was kept away from the scorecard.

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Pacioretty, Tatar, was drafted to Golden Knights in the off-season against Nick Suzuki and his second tour draft drawing. A 29-year-old woman received a standing ovation after a video tribute before sneezing.

Tertiary 4-3, Canadiens scored in succession.

Shaw, again at 9:26, reconnected the game, making a leaping bouncing splash into a Fleury's pillow.

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Montreal Canadiens vs Vegas Golden Knights, November, 10, 2018 (Courtesy Canadian Press)

In Tatar 12: 17, he won by crossing the diagonal of Phillip Danault to the spot where Shea Theodore had distorted his baton.

Golden Knights went ahead 2-0 after a period with Hunt and Marchessault.

Hunt played for the second half of the season at 17: 40.

Marchessault scored in 57 seconds – the team leader of the season, the 15th season – when Reilly Smith stepped out of the shot roller.

Vegas came out of Montreal 15-4 in the first period.

Canadiens was a different team after the break and scored 3 missed goals with 3 answers in 3: 3.

In a beautiful passage of the Kottiiemi, the Hudon cut the opening in half by 6: 40 and reduced the wrinkles sharply and controlled the stick to allow easy attachment and removal of Fleury.

Benefiting from a mess in front of Fleury's network, Shaw was outscored by a backhand shot at 7:09, leaving behind the goal line.

Kotkaniemi, Tuch'e 9: 57 & # 39; s first attack in Montreal, and gave the Tuch, 3-3 of the second made.

Karlsson won a game of power at 3:27 in the third period after Matthew Peca accidentally moved ahead of his own goalkeeper leading Vegas to lead 4-3.

Canadiens defender David Schlemko made his season debut.

Kelsey Patterson, Canada Press


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