On Monday night at the Bell Centre, the Montreal Canadiens pulled off an epic 4-3 comeback victory against the Colorado Avalanche after Joel Armia scored what proved to be the game-winner with four minutes remaining in the third period.
Armia quickly took advantage of an open opportunity when the puck lay near his net, deftly depositing it past Alexandar Georgiev with a backhand shot for his seventh goal this season.
Thrilling details of the Montreal Canadiens
Cole Caufield and Nick Suzuki led Montreal’s offensive charge with two points each in leading them to victory against Colorado Avalanche Avalanche Avalanche Avalanche Avalanche. Caufield netted his 13th goal on a power play late in the third period while Juraj Slafkovsky notched 5th with man advantage early in first period with Suzuki providing assists on both goals scored with man advantage aided by powerplay play while Rafael Harvey-Pinard recorded first goal against Georgiev who faced 34 shots
Cale Makar made significant impactful contributions with both goals scored on three assists from him playing alongside them with her outstanding defenseman play for Avalanche against Avalanche in which Makar had two goals of his own along with 2 assists from her two assists from her position on defense as she contributed two goals of her own as an outstanding defenceman, playing an integral part with one goal from 3 power plays during one power play goal (Caufield 13th goal to be precise).
Offensive Mastery by Caufield and Suzuki
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Defensive Standout – Cale Makar
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Cole Caufield and Nick Suzuki
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Jonathan Drouin enthusiastically returned to Montreal, receiving applause and video tribute in the first period. He assisted Ross Colton’s powerplay goal while Ross Colton and Devon Toews each found the back of Jake Allen’s net for purposes in Montreal – his first since October 28. Colton scored, and Toews recorded assists. Colton secured another goal while Devon Toews registered two against Canadiens goaltender Jake Allen’s net for another victory since October.
Special Teams Success
As Montreal embarks on a three-game road trip against New Jersey Devils beginning Wednesday in Newark, their victory against Colorado will surely give a significant confidence boost ahead of that game.
First-period play was evenly contested throughout, though the Colorado Avalanche gained control early when they earned a power play in the fourth minute and used Colton’s goal at the mouth of the net to take an early advantage in this matchup—24 seconds after Sam Malinski received a penalty call against them from Canadiens Slafkovsky replied quickly with one for Canadiens which tied things back up at 1-1 in this encounter.
Although Colorado dominated shots midway through the second period and opened a 12-3 lead with Makar’s goal giving them an early advantage, Harvey-Pinard’s equalizer signaled a critical turning point. It allowed Montreal to recover their composure with strength in depth and equalize within 26 seconds despite facing a 5-on-3 disadvantage. Harvey-Pinard’s equalizer signaled another critical shift.
Harvey-Pinard scored on a right-wing goal to tie it before Caufield, on the power play, put Montreal ahead early in the third period. Toews responded for the Avalanche during four four-on-four plays; however, Armia secured victory late as the Canadiens successfully blocked Avalanche offensive thrusts.