November 29, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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The Canadian Bell pulls out all the stops in the center

The Canadian Bell pulls out all the stops in the center

Thanks to his power and formidable attack on Samuel Montembult, the Montreal Canadians delighted his fans gathered at the Bell Center on Saturday night with an easy 6 to 3 win over the Nashville Predators.

This is a historic start for the Hubs goalkeeper for a variety of reasons. He was the first Cubes to open the game in front of the team net at the Bell Center in January 2006 after Jose Theodore. With 32 saves, Montembuilt also recorded his first victory in the Blue-Blank-Rouge uniform.

Ryan Pohling, who scored two goals in 37 seconds in the second period, was also fortunate enough to see the Montreal crowd awake to a dangerous awakening. “Preds” was the first American to score due to the lucky deflection of Roman Josie’s defender.

With his runner-up, good wrist shot, Pohling finished the night’s work for the Zeus Saros, who were sent to the showers after conceding five goals in 19 shots.

Another was very happy to find Arthuri Lehkonen. Finn fought hard in front of Nashville Cage to open the scoring early in the game.

Christian Dvoక్ మరియుk and Brendan Gallagher also hit the target in the second period, with Tyler Tofoli finishing in the empty net. Jonathan Drouin, Tyler Topley and Chris Weidmann set their own record by adding two assists to their record.

The Canadians appeared to be sitting in their honor in the third period, giving the Predators a hat-trick to Matt Duchenne. In particular, he used two digital advantages to register with the brand.

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Head coach Dominic Ducharm dared to wear only seven defenders and 11 forwards, including youngster Matthias Norlinder, in the match.

The Canadian will have a few days off before facing the Capitals in Washington on Wednesday.