Canadiens vs. Senators Top Six Minutes: Lehkonen wants to play Ottawa all the time

The sophomore bumped his slump in a big way on Sunday afternoon

I have a kitten sleeping on my chest, no matter how this game ends I am a winner!

First Period

  • Former Canadien Mike Condon in net for Ottawa, I predict a clean sheet in the Ottawa end.
  • I mostly excited to watch Scherbak play today.
  • 4-on-4 after a hook from Lehkonen and a dive from Hoffman. (I still think that if a dive is called it should offset the first penalty).
  • Glove flash from Carey Price.
  • There is a lot of ice hockey, but not much seems to be going on.../

Second Period

  • Byron with a huge shot.
  • Horrible giveaway by Schlemko, Hoffman scores high. Schlemko should get an assist.
  • 679 Give aways for Montreal this season according to Sportsnet, I’ll let you guess the ranking on that one in NHL...
  • Dzingel cross checks Drouin into the goal post, no call. Still get a PowerKill™️ thanks to an earlier call.
  • And now a two man advantage for the home team.
  • Jeff Petry is trying to save the season all by himself, he should try to get a new defence partner with Dahlin instead...
  • 3:51 to go on Karlssons “the Pirate” double minor for the high stick.
  • L’Arttiste ends his draught!
  • Still a boring game.
  • L’Arttiste gets another!!!! (When it rains it pours).
  • Plekanec gets his 600th point with Montreal Canadiens with an assist on Lehkonens second goal./

Third Period

  • ...
  • ...
  • Power play Ottawa.
  • ...
  • This period is really really boring.
  • Nikita Scherbak has looked good this game, hopefully he gets a extended stay with the team.
  • Tomas Plekanec gets a freebie from Chabot and scores, lets call it even from the first period Schlemko pass.
  • We won the game, but lost in the Dahlin rankings. Bittersweet to say the least. /

Highlight of the night

EOTP 3 Stars

3. The first period was bad.

2. But the second was much better thanks to

1. The Habs win, but also lose

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