Canadiens Rip Winnipeg, 7-1 | Pro Hockey News – NHL Sports

In Montreal, the Canadians broke out of all sorts of slumps on Saturday night, defeating the visiting Winnipeg Jet 7-1.

Brendan Gallagher I have achieved two goals.

Habs has been improved to 2-1-2 under the new head coach Dominique Ducharme.

“I had no doubt about it,” Ducharme said. “Every day they appear, they are engaged. I was really happy. They put in a lot, they care a lot. And to see them rewarded with a lot of success tonight. Not every night, but tonight the players were rewarded. I think it’s good for them because they’re working. “

Carry price I made 28 saves to win.

Matthew Perot Scored Jets’ only goal. The goal came after Hub was 7-0 in the game.

“You need to give them credit, they were a desperate team,” Jets said. Breakwheeler Said. “They are trying to succeed here, and you know they valued their opportunity.”

Josh Anderson Tyler Toffoli also scored the Canadians.

“Our team pays close attention to the details of the game,” Anderson said. “They brought it every night, and tonight, perhaps the first few minutes of the game were a bit sloppy, but then we started supporting each other on the ice and things finally started to move forward. “

Joel Almia, Paul Byron And Geoff Petrie Scored the last three goals in Montreal.

Connor Elbuick Before getting the hook, I abandoned 4 goals and made 15 saves.

“I felt great there, I thought they were good in front of me,” Hellebuyck said. “So they good night, they put on their hats. They brought it to us tonight.”

Laurent Brossoit, Made 6 saves in the role of mop.

– NHL Sports

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