After having taken the first two games of the series on away ice, Montreal had virtually gone to pieces. Canucks’ Brent Sopel scored, on a long pass from Michael Cammalleri and it looked like they were up for the game.They played a relatively organized game, and out-shot the Bruins 15-8 in the first period There was only one penalty. Montreal came out fast in the second, but got caught up short at 2:13 and Michael Ryder tied the score. The Canucks took control of the puck 5 minutes into the play. Michael Cammalleri got by Tim Thomas with a wrist shot and 55 seconds later Andre Kostitsyn puts Montreal ahead 3-1. The Canucks slacked off half way through the period and Boston’s Andre Ference scored ar 9:59 to cut the lead to one. Then Patrice Bergeron puts one in at 17:01 and the game is tied again. Montreal again out-shot Boston 15-10., but the period ends 3-3. The Canuck’s P.K. Subban puts a  power play goal in at 1:39 for a one goal lead. Boston threatened all around the Montreal net 6 minutes into the third, but Carey was unbelievable. Both the commentators and I called his stops “THE SAVES OF THE SEASON”. A very fast action period. Montreal was playing very sloppy 7 minutes into the third and finally they paid the price at 13:42, when Chris Kelly tied the score for Boston. Montreal had some good chances early in overtime, but it took only 2 minutes for Michael Ryder to put the game away for Boston. Montreal had blown a 3-1 lead. Momma Gouche is not impressed with the slump of our Canadian team.


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