The Canadian outclassed in Boston

Ultimately! The Canadian was back in action tonight for the first time since January 1.

Dominique Ducharme’s troop was in Boston to face the Bruins there.

Here is his training, moreover, which counts on several players who return to the game:

Here is the roster of the host team:

The Canadian played a good first half of the first period. The rust did not appear to be there.

But at the end of the period, Brad Marchand scored two goals in 15 seconds.

On the first goal, Jake Allen appeared to stretch his groin. He stayed in the meeting until a commercial break. After a discussion with athletic therapist Graham Rynbend, he left the meet.

Samuel Montembeault came in relief and gave in on one of the first shots aimed at him. 3-0 Bruins after 20 minutes.

To add insult to injury, Marchand completed his shorthanded hat trick. Complete domination of 63 against its rivals.

Montembeault should never have given a comeback like this, but we can’t blame him… Joel Armia dragged his feet during his defensive retreat.

Michael Pezzetta, moments later, brought the Canadiens to life with his second of the season. 4-1 Bruins.

Casually, Pezzetta has more goals than Cole Caufield …

With just under ten minutes to go in the third period, Urho Vaakanainen scored his first NHL goal.

Final score: 5-1 Boston.

Dominique Ducharme’s troops will be in Chicago tomorrow to face the Blackhawks.

A lot of

– Is Dominique Ducharme THE major problem for the Canadian? Good coaches get results, even with less talented teams. And we agree that Montreal is far from being one of the worst teams (on paper) in the NHL.

– Chris Wideman will probably have to shell out a few thousand dollars.

– I agree. Ryan Poehling plays great hockey.

– Unfortunately true.

– What was Jeff Gorton doing?


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