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[Highlight] Jonathan Drouin finds the top corner off the rush

Twenty-four seconds after falling behind, the Habs tie the game right back up again.

Montreal Canadiens v New York Islanders Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images

The Canadiens had fallen behind after after an adventurous shift in their own end. But a defensive-zone faceoff win soon afterward allowed Andrew Shaw to send Jonathan Drouin in on a rush, and the second-year Hab wired one past Keith Kinkaid to make it a 1-1 game.