Carey Price, who enabled 16 goals in his past 3 video games, got the afternoon off." Our entire bench was screaming that it was a forward playing defence as Provorov went down," said Konecny, describing the video game winner. The Canadiens started the game well, scoring 19 seconds in. Tatar scored 27 seconds later on with his very first objective in seven games. "We were pretty happy with our game, how it went.
The Montreal Canadiens are attempting to stay positive about the little things after losing their seventh video game in a row.