An unexpected victory for the CH

Deprived of the services of his head coach Dominique Ducharme, who suffers from COVID-19, the Montreal Canadiens managed to come back from behind and win 3-2 in overtime against the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday. Bell Center. It was Josh Anderson who was the hero of this third game of the semi-final series by scoring the equalizer and the victory.

It is Luke Richardson, in the company of Alex Burrows and Sean Burke, who takes over behind the bench of the Habs.

Nicolas Roy opened the scoring at the start of the second period for the Knights, after intercepting a throw from Eric Staal in front of Carey Price’s cage.

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Cole Caufield brought the two teams back to equality moments later by skillfully beating Marc-André Fleury in a fumble.

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Alex Pietrangelo scored early in the third period to restore the Knights’ lead. This is a third goal against the Habs in this series for the defender.

At the end of the third, Josh Anderson took advantage of a bad exit from Fleury to grab the puck and score in an abandoned net.

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Despite the score, the meeting is to the advantage of the visitors. The Golden Knights outscored the home side 40-21 in shots on goal in regular time.

Nevada’s formation was neutralized in its four power play. Since the start of the series, she’s been zero in 10 on the power play.

After missing Game 2 of the series, Chandler Stephenson is still not back in the roster for the Knights. On Thursday, head coach Peter DeBoer said his condition was being assessed on a daily basis, without specifying the nature of his injury.

The Canadian is trying to keep the momentum going after tying the series with a 3-2 win on Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena. The Knights won the first game 4-1 on Monday.

Following public health indications, 3,500 spectators were admitted to the Bell Center to attend the meeting.

The Bell Center welcomed 3,500 fans for Game 3 between the Montreal Canadiens and the Vegas Golden Knights.

Photo : Getty Images / Minas Panagiotakis

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