Canadiens vs. Senators Game 3 Update: Ottawa takes the lead in the 2nd

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The Ottawa Senators took the lead in the second period, and all it cost them was a tooth.

With the score tied after one period, rookie Jean-Gabriel Pageau gave the Ottawa Senators a 2-1 lead early in the second with this goal:

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Unfortunately for him, though, the goal came with a price. The high-stick he took on the play damaged his tooth, and it fell out onto the ice, putting a bit of a damper on his celebration:

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For some reason, this series has been very tooth-hostile. Both goalies in this series, Carey Price and Craig Anderson, have also lost teeth this postseason.

After 10 combined minor penalties in the first period, everyone settled down a bit in the second. There were only three penalties called in the middle frame, including two on P.K. Subban -- one of which was the high-stick that knocked Pageau's tooth out. Subban has three penalties through the first forty minutes of the game.

Montreal leads in shots, 23-21, after two periods but trails in goals, 2-1.

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