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Tigres crushed Shawinigan

Postautor: xsw96 » 17 kwie 2018, 08:18

BOSTON -- Asked if the Canadiens dodged a bullet in Game 1 against the Bruins, Montreal coach Michel Therrien opted for a different view of his teams 4-3 double-overtime win. "The good news is we found a way to win. Thats the most important thing," he told reporters Friday. "And we all know were capable of being better. And we will (be). "But (goaltender) Carey Price was outstanding. He was tough to beat (Thursday night)." Despite the win, Therriens message was that his team has to be better in Game 2 of the second-round playoff series Saturday. Boston outshot Montreal 51-33 Thursday, climbing back from a 2-0 hole to force overtime. Price turned the surging Bruins back again and again, giving his team a chance to win. P.K. Subban obliged with the double-overtime winner. "We played against the best team in the league and you need goaltending," Therrien said. "Certainly Carey Price gave us that type of performance. He was phenomenal. Its good for the confidence of the team. "Like I said, we know as a team we could be better. We liked the way we finished the year. We liked the way we played the first round." Boston coach Claude Julien dismissed the idea that Price might get into his players heads. "Theres a lot of good goaltenders in this league," he said. "Weve got one (in Tuukka Rask). "And we basically still got three goals on him last night ... Weve just got to play our game and the chances are there. Im going to go back to what I said earlier -- bury those great opportunities. We played well, but there were a lot of open nets that we missed, there was a lot of chances that if we would have shot them properly, instead of panicking maybe, we get ourselves a goal." Therrien thought his team showed the rust of not having played since the April 22 completion of the Tampa Bay Lightning sweep. But there were positives. The Montreal power play finally clicked, going 2-for-3 on the night with both goals coming from Subban. And the Canadiens, who managed 43 hits combined in the two games in Tampa, dished out 45 Thursday night in Boston. Still the Bruins outhit them 56-45 on the night. Asked about having to play a 12:30 p.m. ET start Saturday, Therrien laughed and said, "We had no choice." The Canadiens had a team meeting Friday and most of the players hit the gym. Therrien mixed up his lines during Game 1, with perhaps only the trio of Lars Eller, Brian Gionta and Rene Bourque standing out. "We tried to use them as much as we can in good situations, to help the team win." said Therrien. "But thats part of coaching," he added. "Sometimes you can not be afraid to make some changes." Thomas Vanek, who plays on the top line with David Desharnais and Max Pacioretty, has somehow become the poster boy for the need for improvement. "Theres a few players on our team who I believe need to step up our game regarding (Thursday night) and hes one of them," Therrien said of Vanek. "Im not here to mention any names but as a group weve got to be better and we will. "Im not worried and were glad that weve got Thomas Vanek in our lineup because he can be a dangerous guy to the other teams." Vanek, who was minus-one and did not have a shot in Game 1, did not shy away from the issue. "Last night as a line, even as a team, I dont think we played well. I think Carey carried us the whole game and then stole us the game. Subbie (Subban) stepped up and had a big goal. I think were not ignorant (of the need) for us being better as a line and myself as an individual." Lee Smith Jersey . The 25-year-old Lu, a regular on the Japan LPGA Tour after giving up her LPGA Tour membership in 2010, shot an 8-under 64 in windy, wet conditions at Kintetsu Kashikojima. Charles Woodson Jersey . The Broncos quarterback earned the offensive award Wednesday after passing for 374 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-21 win over the Raiders Monday night. 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Martel also had a pair of assists for Blainville-Boisbriand (26-6-7), which remains the top club in the QMJHL, and now leads his team with 42 points in 38 games played. Frank Schumacher, Derek Sheppard, Taylor Burke and Marc Beckstead scored for the Olympiques (24-14-1). Etienne Marcoux stopped 35 shots for the Armada while Anthony Brodeur turned aside 26-of-31 shots for Gatineau. Both clubs went 1 for 8 on the power play. --- TITAN 4 ISLANDERS 0 BATHURST, N.B. -- Alexandros Soumakis scored twice and Jacon Brennan made 35 saves as the Titan blanked Charlottetown. Christophe Boivin and Scott Oke also scored for Acadie-Bathurst (15-20-4) while Matthew Boudreau chipped in with three assists. Guillaume Riox-Legault was a team-worst minus-3 for the Islanders (15-20-5) and Alexis Pepin led his club with six shots on net. 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Graham was his busiest in the second period when the Drakkar put 18 shots at him, compared to just three shots on net for the Sagueneens. Baie-Comeaus (24-11-4) Simon Lemieux turned aside 20-of-23 shots in a losing cause. --- VOLTIGEURS 5 PHOENIX 3 DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Frederick Gaudreau scored twice and Jerome Verrer tacked on two assists as the Voltigeurs extended their win streak to seven games by downing Sherbrooke. Matthew Boudens,, Joey Ratelle and Christophe Lalancette each had a goal and an assist for Drummondville (26-11-2).dddddddddddd. Jason Houde had two goals and an assist for the Phoenix (13-23-4), who have dropped four straight contests, and Alexandre Sills had a goal and an assist. Joe Fleschler made 14 saves for the Voltigeurs while Francis Desrosiers stopped 38-of-43 shots for Sherbrooke. --- HUSKIES 3 FOREURS 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Mathieu Lemay broke a 2-2 tie at 19:23 of the third period with a power-play goal as the Huskies slipped past Val-dOr. 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