The Montreal Canadiens may have saw their playoff hopes slip away in loss to the New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils continued their onslaught and are now 8-1-1 since the All-Star Break by beating the Canadiens in Montreal 3-1. Zach Parise scored his 22nd goal of the season and Marty Brodeur continues to play well.
Looking back on a 1974 NBC NHL broadcast between the Montreal Canadiens.and the Philadelphia Flyers.
This post is a preview of tonight's game between the Montreal Canadiens and the New Jersey Devils. It breaks down that the Canadiens haven't changed all that much since their last game, the Devils aren't likely to change their lines, and notes that Martin Brodeur has been fantastic in Montreal throughout his career.
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|- 1, New Jersey Goal - Zach Parise (22), from Ilya Kovalchuk and Adam Henrique at 18:03. Penalties - Anton Volchenkov, New Jersey (Hooking), 2:06.|
|- 2, New Jersey Goal - David Clarkson (22), from Patrik Elias and Petr Sykora at 19:42. Penalties - David Clarkson, New Jersey (Interference), 10:54.|
|- 3, Montreal Power-Play Goal - Max Pacioretty (25), from Tomas Kaberle and David Desharnais at 1:46. 4, New Jersey Goal - Matt Taormina, from Mark Fayne and Dainius Zubrus at 8:27. Penalties - Dainius Zubrus, New Jersey (Hi-sticking), :38.|