The man advantage comes through for the Habs.
The trend of defencemen scoring continues for the Habs.
Defencemen have the Habs back in this one.
Xhekaj draws back in, and gets on the board.
A bit of secondary scoring has the Canadiens back in the game once more.
Caufield helps the Habs claim a point.
We’re not sure how Nick Suzuki’s pass found him, but it did.
It’s a new game in Montreal after a poor start.
The captain has reduced the deficit to one.
He’s had the puck all night, and now has a goal.
It’s been an ugly performance in Columbus, and this goal wasn’t exactly a masterpiece, but it counts all the same.
He was just waiting to have his photo in the baby blues.
He almost had too many options, but picked a good one.
A screen from Kirby Dach left no chance for the goaltender to see the shot.
Cole Caufield’s hit on Tyler Myers to free the puck was the most important part of the play.
His value is on the way up.
Don’t mind if I do.
A tip by an opponent in front gave the goalie no chance.
The league’s worst penalty kill falls even further.
There are Minority Report vibes at Little Caesars Arena.
You must be under 24 years of age to ride the offensive roller-coaster tonight.
The Canadiens get a man advantage and make quick use of it.
A bit of luck starts an odd-man rush, and Suzuki’s skill finishes it off.