Shea Weber and Artturi Lehkonen scored two goals each, because Canadiens caught a 5-2 game loss against the New York Rangers on Saturday at 5-2 with a victory in the Bell Center.
This person can be easy to guess because the Rangers are not far from home. Lost, left the track with a score of 3-8-2 Rangers. The earnings led Canadiens to take the ninth place in the East Conference.
Weber showed that Canadiens was missing when he used the slapshot to unlock the score in the first period's 8: 53s. Weber gave a pass from Jonathan Drouin and defeated Alexandar Georgiev with a one-time number. Weber's first goal from December 6, 2017 was three games that had been shut down last season by making an injury to his feet.
In his second target, he showed that he missed something else in the absence of Canadiens. She lost a battle behind the Montreal network – not often – but she cried out for clearing Jesper Fast from the front of the network. Then he rushed, and during this time, he had less than seven seconds. Tomas Tatar had fallen along the side panels and lay on the ice when he headed the Weber. It wasn't the perfect transition, but Weber could control the disk with a skate.
Lehkonen kept the spotlight in the second period. Finn bit this season. When he came to the game, he finished the match with 54 goals, the highest of the team, but he only played twice for a percentage shot of 3.7 percent.
However, Lehkonen have awarded 4-0 on the pitch.
He threw a bait from Paul Byron in 2: 04. The second goal in 5:29 didn't help, but Byron lost in a 14 game with less body injuries. Rangers defender Neal Pionk left Byron in front of the Rangers network, and Byron was on a mission to return. Pionk listed in the latest boards. Pionk seemed to support himself for the hit and gave a pass which Lehkonen collected in the faceoff circle.
Rangers coach Dave Quinn called for a break after the second Lehkonen goal and had to take his words to his heart because he threw them to his heart twice. Ryan Strome added a power game target while Jimmy Petrus scored the first goal after Jeff Petry couldn't clear the ball.
Montreal, Tomas Tatar and Brendan Gallagher & # 39; s two New York goal of a break between the two missed a golden opportunity. Gallagher struck a mug.
Tatar, in the middle of the game in the third period of a game of power with the goal was too inaccessible.