Canadiens vs. Penguins: Brandon Sutter wins it in overtime

The Penguins took a 7-6 win in Montreal on Saturday.

The Pittsburgh Penguins won a wild game in Montreal tonight, taking a 7-6 victory thanks to a Brandon Sutter overtime goal.

The two teams exchanged goals all night in what was a pretty awful game for both Carey Price and Tomas Vokoun. Canadiens captain Brian Gionta and P.K. Subban combined for a pretty spectacular end to the second period to tie things up at 4-4, setting the stage for a crazy third period.

Sidney Crosby put Pittsburgh back up at 10:24 in the final frame but Gionta dragged his team back once again with this goal just seconds later, one that Tomas Vokoun probably should've stopped.

Predictably, the game went to overtime. Brandon Sutter used a little stutter-step to get around the Montreal defender and fired the winner past Carey Price to finish off a crazy night in Montreal.

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