The Canadian escapes at the end of the match

The Canadiens hosted the Buffalo Sabers at Super Bowl on Sunday. On the Montreal side, we were hoping to avoid scoring a football game.

Here is the selection of Canadiens:

Here’s the Sabers roster:

The first half was pretty quiet. The two teams exchanged scoring opportunities, but it was only Buffalo that could get on goal during that period.

It was Jeff Skinner who was in the right place at the right time to avert a shot from Casey Fitzgerald into the back of the Montreal net.

After a period it is 1-0 in favor of the Sabers.

The second period was much more interesting in terms of goals. For starters, Mike Hoffman wasted no time and scored an important goal to tie the game early in the period.

On the other hand, Jeff Skinner didn’t want to hear about a draw and made sure it didn’t last too long. He scored his second of the game about nine minutes later.

Jeff Petry decided today that he got involved and luckily for the Canadian he did so with a good that brought both teams back to first place.

The Canadian eventually took the lead in the second period as Joel Armia finished a tic-tac-toe with Ryan Poehling and Brett Kulak.

The Sabers still haven’t said their last word. They equalize thanks to a goal from Tage Thompson, at the reception.

After 40 it’s three everywhere.

The Sabers certainly do not want to escape in the third and put a lot of pressure on the CH. Jeff Skinner got the message and eventually put his party in charge in the middle of the period.

The Canadians struggle to get back into the game, but who else but Jeff Skinner to break their dreams? He’s still the one hurting Montreal with a good shot. It’s the end for Montreal.

Final score: Buffalo 5-3 Montreal.


– It came very close!

– He had fun today.

– Great performance from Petry, but he still makes a big mistake.

– A new trusted player.

– The frustration was palpable at Suzuki.

– You have to see the positive.

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