The Canadiens forget the beating suffered to his supporters three weeks ago, taking the measure of the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 in the account on Wednesday at the Air Canada Centre.
The Habs were humiliated 6-0 at the Bell Centre on February 9 in addition to hunker down in the first game of the season.
Max Pacioretty scored two goals in the victory. His first occurred when he played out of luck when a rebound was deflected off his leg to allow the puck to nestle in the back of the net when he had five seconds to massive attack five minutes following a penalty to Mike Brown.
His second gave a two-goal cushion in the third with a precise shot to the left of Ben Scrivens.
The goal that made the difference came from the stick of Brendan Gallagher third that deflected a Josh Gorges shot.
First, Alexei Emelin was the Canadiens allowed to tie with a shot that deflected off an opponent
Brian Gionta added an empty-netter for the Habs
Carey Price is illustrated in the second period by blocking a penalty shot by Mikhail Grabovski. The Menace Maple Leafs took advantage of this start after hanging the defender Alexei Emelin. Grabovski tried to thwart Price, but he closed the door.
Canadian disputed the game without defenseman Raphael Diaz, who suffered a concussion after a game against Ottawa on Monday. He was replaced in the formation of the veteran Tomas Kaberle, who had not seen action in 12 previous games.
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