Can you say "complete collapse"?
03:22 MTL B. PRUST (4) BACKHAND - ASST: A. EMELIN (7) AND L. ELLER (10) 1 - 0 MTL
08:19 MTL J. GORGES (2) BACKHAND - ASST: B. PRUST (4) AND P. SUBBAN (9) 2 - 0 MTL
06:07 CAR J. STAAL (6) SNAP - ASST: J. FAULK (7) 2 - 1 MTL
10:27 CAR D. BOWMAN (2) SLAP - ASST: J. WELSH (1) 2 - 2 TIE
01:06 CAR BRETT SUTTER : HOOKING - 2 MIN (ALEXEI EMELIN)
06:45 CAR JUSSI JOKINEN : CROSS CHECKING - 2 MIN (LARS ELLER)
06:48 MTL MAX PACIORETTY : TRIPPING - 2 MIN (TIM GLEASON)
13:20 MTL YANNICK WEBER : INTERFERENCE - 2 MIN (JEFF SKINNER)
13:20 CAR JORDAN STAAL : ROUGHING - 2 MIN (YANNICK WEBER)
19:13 MTL MICHAEL RYDER : INTERFERENCE - 2 MIN (JEFF SKINNER)
13:18 CAR JEFF SKINNER : SLASHING - 2 MIN (P.K. SUBBAN)
14:52 MTL YANNICK WEBER : PS-HOOKING ON BREAKAWAY - 0 MIN
17:21 MTL FRANCIS BOUILLON : ROUGHING - 2 MIN (BRETT SUTTER)
17:21 CAR BRETT SUTTER : ROUGHING - 2 MIN (FRANCIS BOUILLON)
17:21 MTL FRANCIS BOUILLON SERVED BY ALEX GALCHENYUK : ROUGHING - 2 MIN (BRETT SUTTER)
After a solid first period on the road, the Canadiens came out for the second... scratch that, they didn't come out. I was going to say that they came out asleep, but the only player who really came out for the second period was Carey Price.
Price stopped 19/21 shots in the second period, including a penalty shot attempt by Eric Staal. Price is giving his team a chance to win this game, they have 20 minutes to realize this and take advantage.
Lots of focus was on Yannick Weber for taking the penalty that lead to Staal getting that chance, but when you play a guy twice in 24 games, don't you expect some rust?