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Canadiens vs Senators second period thread

Habs and Sens tied after one. Ottawa scores early and often, Weaver and Markov reply with drought breaking markers and streaking Pacioretty ties it.

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02:28 OTT Zack Smith (12) Backhand shot - ASST: Chris Phillips (13) 1 - 0 OTT

04:35 OTT Ales Hemsky (12) Tip-in - ASST: Patrick Wiercioch (18) 2 - 0 OTT

05:50 OTT Zack Smith (13) Snap shot - ASST: Mika Zibanejad (16), Chris Neil (6) 3 - 0 OTT

07:22 MTL Andrei Markov (7) Wrist shot - ASST: Alex Galchenyuk (18), Alexei Emelin (13) 3 - 1 OTT

09:17 MTL Mike Weaver (1) Wrist shot - ASST: Tomas Plekanec (22), Max Pacioretty (20) 3 - 2 OTT

15:52 MTL Max Pacioretty (36) Backhand shot - ASST: Thomas Vanek (38), Mike Weaver (11) 3 - 3 Tie



00:10 MTL Tomas Plekanec Hooking - 2 min against Kyle Turris

17:43 MTL George Parros Interference - 2 min against Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Did the Habs start this game saying, "Well if you thought that last comeback was something, just wait until you check out this one."?  The Senators scored 3 times in the opening 6 minutes of the game and rather than it leading to Budaj on the bench, it lead to Subban on the bench. Subban has played 37 seconds this game. I can't even explain how ridiculous that is. George Parros has basically played 5 times that amount.

The Canadiens came back and tied it on three straight goals from Andrei Markov (first goal in 12 games), Mike Weaver (first goal in over a year), and Max Pacioretty (6th goal in 7 games).

Now CBC is going to interview P.K. Subban (not live). This oughta be good.