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Buoyed by their overtime win over the Blues on Thursday night, Montreal Canadiens, revitalized since Martin St. Louis’ arrival, are aiming this afternoon for a feat they haven’t been able to hit yet in 2021. -2022: Winning two games in a row.

And they will have to do it against the New Yorkers.

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We are in the first period. The score is 0-0.


The first period

3:27 | Two good shots from Cole Caufield (MTL) in front. Digital

2:38 | Matt Martin (NYI) falls in love with Michael Pezzetta (MTL) and gets punished for incriminating

0:00 | start of the game

before the match

New energy, better commitment, yes. What is the password in the Hab? behavior position. This team is now in a state of adaptation so that the winning culture is rooted in the current generation and remains for years to come.

The New York Islanders will host Montreal’s second of three meetings between the two clubs this season.

The last time these two teams met, on November 4, Anthony Bouvier took three points to equal his best and Brock Nelson scored no fewer than four goals, a first in his career, in a landslide victory for the championship. islanders 6-2 in Montreal.

CH will set foot on the ice rink for the first time since March 3, 2020, and to celebrate this meeting, goalkeeper Andrew Hammond will start and attempt to commit theft in good standing.

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34 years old, the gatekeeper who nicknamed him hamburger Taken from a character in McDonald’s ads in the ’80s and ’90s who hasn’t played in the NHL since April 22, 2018 in a playoff dressed as a Colorado Avalanche.

His last victory in the National Hockey League dates back to April 9, 2016. Before being taken over by the Canadians last Sunday, Hammond racked up his scores at the Buffalo Sabers and then at the Minnesota Wild.

“Last year has been tough but it gave me a chance to be ready for this moment,” Hammond said on Saturday.

“I learned a lot about the need to prepare for future opportunities.”

Hammond is expected to face Elijah Sorokin (15-11-5). The 26-year-old goalkeeper blocked 26 shots in the 4-1 win over the Boston Bruins on Thursday.