Ending a very, very long streak of futility against the Leafs at the Bell Centre might be the best feeling win of the season, because no matter how bad the Leafs are, the Habs usually find a way to lose. But not last night. It didn't take long for Montreal to take control, with Max Pacioretty drawing a penalty from Carl Gunnarsson, and P.K.Subban springing him for a four-shot breakaway that eventually resulted in a 1-0 lead just 58 seconds in. The Canadiens never really looked back from there, though they did go into lead protection mode for most of the game, especially for the few shifts...
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