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A Winning Habit Dec 15, 2018

Who ends the power play slump for the Montreal Canadiens?

The Montreal Canadiens power play has been ice cold in the last stretch of games, and it’s only a matter of time before someone pots one in. The counter is now at six. Tomas Tatar was the last player on the Montreal Canadiens to score a powerplay goal going back to the team’s 5-2 win […] Who ends the power play slump for the Montreal Canadiens? - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Dec 10, 2018
The Canadiens penalty kill - and Carey Price - led the way

The Canadiens penalty kill - and Carey Price - led the way

Montreal killed four third period penalties and then capitalized on a late goal. He has not had the best season, but on Sunday night, those who wanted Carey Price to steal a game finally got what they were asking for. Price made 37 saves, including 13 while shorthanded, and he kept the Montreal Canadiens in the game long enough for Tomas Tatar to tip Jeff Petry’s shot past Corey Crawford for a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. A parade to the penalty box, for both teams, led to under seven minutes of even strength hockey in the third period and even that included some play with...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 10, 2018
Recap: Carey Price resists a siege from Chicago’s power play

Recap: Carey Price resists a siege from Chicago’s power play

Price stands tall and Montreal scores late to leave Chicago with a win despite an undisciplined performance. It might have been a struggling Chicago Blackhawks team the Montreal Canadiens faced last niight, but it is still one that can count on firepower. The Habs couldn’t simply go into this game thinking it would be easy. A bad line change allowed the ‘Hawks to get the first shot of the game. The Habs countered shortly afterward, but a high-sticking penalty from Tomas Tatar gave the first real offensive chance of the game to Chicago. Fortunately, the worst power play in the league...
Sportsnet.ca Dec 9, 2018
Tatar’s late goal lifts Canadiens over Blackhawks

Tatar’s late goal lifts Canadiens over Blackhawks

Tomas Tatar scored the tiebreaking goal on a deflection with 1:17 left in the third period and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Sunday for their third straight win. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Dec 9, 2018

Canadiens Cover Blackhawks on Tatar’s Late Goal

CHICAGO — Tomas Tatar scored the tiebreaking goal on a deflection with 1:17 left in the third period and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Sunday for their third straight win. Max Domi and Shea Weber scored scored in the first peri... The post Canadiens Cover Blackhawks on Tatar’s Late Goal appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Montreal Gazette Dec 9, 2018

Tomas Tatar scores last-minute winner as Canadiens beat Blackhawks

Tomas Tatar tipped in a Jeff Petry shot from the point with 1:17 to play as the Canadiens emerged from one of their worst performances of the season to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 Sunday at the United Center.
Eyes On The Prize Dec 9, 2018
[Highlight] Tomas Tatar puts his name on the game summary in a positive way

[Highlight] Tomas Tatar puts his name on the game summary in a positive way

After three penalties, Tatar gets the tip on Jeff Petry’s point shot for the go-ahead goal. It hadn’t been a good game for Tomas Tatar, but a last-minute go-ahead goal that stood as the game-winner erased all the negatives. Tomas Tatar redirects Jeff Petry's shot and the Habs have a late 3-2 lead. pic.twitter.com/EUH3Fwyirp— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 10, 2018
Montreal Gazette Dec 9, 2018

Liveblog: Canadiens edge Hawks 3-2

Tomas Tatar’s late third-period goal won it. Patrick Kane’s second of the game had tied things up at 2-2 13 minutes into the second period. Max Domi’s 14th opened the game’s scoring six minutes in, zipping a rebound past Corey Crawford. Pressure by the excellent fourth line produced Shea Weber’s goal, 90 seconds later. The Canadiens […]
Eyes On The Prize Dec 9, 2018
It’s time for Jesperi Kotkaniemi to be given a bigger role

It’s time for Jesperi Kotkaniemi to be given a bigger role

The rookie on the verge of a breakout, and the Canadiens need to capitalize on it. The Montreal Canadiens are surprising a lot of people this season. They’re playing consistently good-to-great team hockey, they got Shea Weber back from injury, and they have a solid top-nine forward core that they can shuffle with ease. While Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin have been firmly in the limelight for their outstanding efforts so far, and the trio of Brendan Gallagher, Phillip Danault, and Tomas Tatar continue to be a force, there is one more surprising piece of the team that should garner more...
Montreal Gazette Dec 1, 2018

Liveblog: Canadiens beat Rangers 5-2

Tomas Tatar’s power-play goal, halfway through the third period, put the game out of reach. Artturi Lehkonen scored twice early in the second period to break things open. But Jimmy Vesey was the beneficiary of chaos in the Canadiens’ zone to make it 4-1 nine minutes into the second. Five minutes later, Ryan Strome scored […]
Eyes On The Prize Dec 1, 2018
[Highlight] Tomas Tatar makes it 5-2 for the home side

[Highlight] Tomas Tatar makes it 5-2 for the home side

The birthday boy gets on the board. Things had gotten closer than they needed to after the Canadiens got out to a 4-0 lead, but Tomas Tatar gave them a bit more breathing room with the 5-2 goal — on the power play no less. Kenny Agostino fires one off of Georgiev's mask, Tomas Tatar pounces on the rebound for his 11th of the year. pic.twitter.com/onInBMScxk— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 2, 2018
Sportsnet.ca Dec 1, 2018
Canadiens’ Tatar finds Weber with sweet pass from his back

Canadiens’ Tatar finds Weber with sweet pass from his back

Tomas Tatar was tripped on the play, but still somehow managed to find Shea Weber who buried it for his second of the game. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Dec 1, 2018
[Highlight] Tomas Tatar shows no quit, and Shea Weber nets his second of the period

[Highlight] Tomas Tatar shows no quit, and Shea Weber nets his second of the period

Weber raced the full 200 feet to net another goal. Tripped up entering the zone, Tomas Tatar stuck with the play to move the puck to the middle of the ice. There, it was picked up by Shea Weber, who walked in and calmly fired the puck into the top corner for his second goal of the first period. Shea Weber creates the breakout and gets up the ice for his second of the game. pic.twitter.com/DnUsjA1zsL— David St-Louis (@RinksideView) December 2, 2018
Montreal Gazette Nov 24, 2018

Liveblog: Boston edges Canadiens 3-2

John Moore scored the winner on a late-game Boston power-play. The goal foiled a great Canadiens comeback. Jonathan Drouin and Tomas Tatar solved Tuukka Rask in the third period to bring the Bell Centre to life. Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s brutal turnover became the game’s first goal. In alone, David Backes beat Carey Price short side.Then with the […]
Eyes On The Prize Nov 24, 2018
[Highlight] Tomas Tatar ties it up with his 10th of the season

[Highlight] Tomas Tatar ties it up with his 10th of the season

Not long after Drouin scored, Tatar got his own to make it a 2-2 game, Seeing that it was possible to get a goal, the Canadiens wasted no time getting another. Andrew Shaw’s pass from behind the net found Tomas Tatar, and he scored his 10th of the year. Andrew Shaw works hard below the goal line, and TATARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR rips home his 10th of the year. pic.twitter.com/r4Mw8l9faz— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) November 25, 2018

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