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Les deux joueurs de hockey, en rouge, se saluent après un but de leur équipe.

The Canadian has a blast against the Maple Leafs

Anderson twice and Caufield, Mike Hoffman and Rem Petlake smoothed out the score sheet for the CH team (11-33-7), which at the same time scored a third straight victory.

Nick Suzuki also collected an assist, allowing him to become the first Habs player to reach 30 points this season.

At the time, I had Vincent (Lecavalier), Brad Richards, and Stephen Stamkus, three excellent midfield players. But I can tell you when I played with Vincent Locavalier, I was a little bit older on the ice that night […] It’s important for these guys (Caufield and Suzuki) to know that they won’t get hurt on the ice. What I like about Andy (Anderson) is his speed, size and talent. Tonight was a great example of what this trio can do.Martin St. Louis said in a video conference after the game.

Ilya Mikheev and Pierre Engvall scored for the Maple Leafs (32-14-3), who had suffered four defeats in their last six matches.

Since it was the second game in two nights for the Canadian team, interim coach of goalkeeper Samuel Montembeulte sent the fight. Quebec was great stopping 35 shots, en route to a second straight win.

At times his interview with Peter Merzek sounded bad. This was only his 10th game of the season, and he finished the match with 20 saves.

CH will host the Buffalo Sabers on Wednesday night. Jeff Skinner scored four goals in the last game between the two teams, which ended 5-3 in favor of Sabers on February 13.

The fans return to the stands of Bell Center For the first time since December 2021 He seemed to motivate the team early in the game.

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After Pitlick’s breakup failed early in the match, Anderson opened the scoring three minutes into the opening encounter. Jeff Petrie and Coffield were his accomplices.

Caufield and Anderson returned 50 seconds before the end of the match, and this time it was the No. 22 of Habs who netted the back-net for Mrazek. The score was suddenly 2-0 after 20 minutes.

The Montreal goalkeeper – as you read that correctly – continued his good work after the break by adding three more goals to the table.

Mrazek looked bad for the first time after a narrow shot from Hoffmann’s wrist, just 38 seconds into the second half.

Goalkeeper Leves thought he stopped the bleeding by stealing a goal from Anderson midway through the game, but the striker recovered well. And he scored the fourth goal for his team after a superb pass from Caufield, with 4:02 remaining in the period.

Bitlik added just before the break to make the score 5-0.

Mikheev and Engfal fought in the final third, but time ran out of foliage to complete the comeback. Meanwhile, St-Louis has reconnected with the threshold of respect since taking over with his 3-3 record.

St. Louis maintained the same lineup as in the last game, Sunday, against the New York Islanders. Only goalkeeper Andrew Hammond made way for Monembolt against the Maple Leafs, who defeated Blue Blanc Rouge 2-1 at the end of the season on October 13.

Echoes locker room

Josh Anderson appreciates his ability to develop in a trilogy completed by Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield.

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I’ve said it before, but when you can play with players as talented as them, as smart as them, and able to take good shots, it makes things easier. I think we complement each other well. We all come up with something different for this trio. Personally, I try to stand out when they have a tweak. […] We’re still getting to know each other, but we’re on the right track.

Montembeault was quickly tested in the first period by the Leafs, which made a difference to his game.

You helped me a lot. It gave me confidence at the start of the match. We knew they were a very good team on the other side, and I’m sure my save early in the game also helped the players gain confidence. Then we played well. We scored two quick goals in the first half, and after that we didn’t look back.

Cole Caufield has seen progress in the Canadians game since the arrival of interim head coach Martin St. Louis.

We play together and we play for each other and the energy level in the dressing room is very high at the moment. We’ve been playing really well lately, even when we lost the first three games before this (three) series. But I like the way we’re playing at the moment.