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Canadiens vs Avalanche second period thread

Montreal played well, but the Avalanche hold the lead heading into the second.

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There are  NHL.com boxscores for us to consult, so the details will be completely made up. Deal with it.

So far so good from the kids, although they trail the Avs by one after one period. Once again Jiri Sekac is showing why he was sought after by many teams; he's incredibly skilled.

Scoring Summary:

Erik Johnson scored on the power play. I'm fairly certain Matt Duchene assisted. Barrie might have also had something to do with it. Oh god, why do they even go to Québec City again?

Stats:

Here are the stats that matter.

Amount of dirty boarding plays in the dying seconds by Talbot: 0

Amount of failed breakaways by Talbot: 1

Amount of shots Tokarski wants back: 1

Amount of sexiness displayed by Sekac: lots

Amount of times Benoit Brunet referenced Francis Bouillon whilst discussing Tim Bozon's courage in recovering from meningitis: 1

Quantity of Nords fans present: Many

Quantity of NHL teams in Québec: 0

Shots:

PERIOD MTL COL
1st 9 8
Total 9 8