Cole Caufield – Nick Suzuki – Kirby Dach
Josh Anderson – Christian Dvorak – Brendan Gallagher
Jonathan Drouin – Sean Monahan – Joel Armia
Rem Pitlick – Jake Evans – Juraj Slafkovsky
Kaiden Guhle – David Savard
Jordan Harris – Johnathan Kovacevic
Arber Xhekaj – Chris Wideman
Jake Allen – Sam Montembeault
Evgenii Dadonov, Mike Hoffman, Michael Pezzetta
The Canadiens suffered their ninth straight loss to the Wild in Minnesota. The Habs had drawback producing offence all recreation prolonged managing merely 5 high-danger scoring potentialities by 60 minutes. It was a stroll inside the park for Wild goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.
Nick Suzuki was the one Canadien to realize taking a really perfect feed from Chris Wideman for a power-play goal. Together with the assistance, Wideman led the workforce in every blocked pictures and penalty minutes.
Minnesota did all the hurt inside the second interval scoring 3 instances with two aims coming from Kirill Kaprizov.
Forwards Jonathan Drouin and Rem Pitlick slotted once more inside the lineup for this contest nonetheless did utterly nothing to verify their participation in Thursday night time time’s recreation.
Juraj Slafkovsky made a rookie mistake late inside the recreation when he stopped collaborating in near the boards and was rocked by a stiff check from a quite a bit smaller Marco Rossi.
The Canadiens full their four-game avenue journey with a stop in Winnipeg as they face the Jets on Thursday night time time.
▲ Kirby Dach, Chris Wideman, Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield
▼ Jonathan Drouin, Rem Pitlick, Christian Dvorak, David Savard, Sean Monahan, John Anderson, Brendan Gallagher, Jake Evans, Arber Xhekaj, Johnathan Kovacevic, Juraj Slafkovsky
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