It was Charles Hudon's night, as the Habs beat the Toronto Maple Leafs prospects 6-4. Hudon had two goals, and a number of great rushes. On defence Ryan Johnston was a standout, demonstrating his mobility and offensive prowess. The best part of the game had to be Tim Bozon's goal. It's great to see him playing the game he loves.
Jack Rodewald was the first to score, thanks to a nice tip
Cameron Lizotte and Michael McCarron got into a fight. It seemed as if they both agreed to remove their helmets, but Lizotte couldn't resist taking an early shot. McCarron proceeded to go beast mode.
Jamal Watson tied the game at 1-1 with a nice finish during a shorthanded opportunity
Great shorthanded goal by Jamal Watson 1-1 pic.twitter.com/7pjTUbBrbp— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) September 13, 2015
Following the goal, Brett Lernout took exception to some stick work by Nikolas Brouillard, and decided to feed him his lunch
Nikita Scherbak fired off a perfect pass to Tim Bozon, giving the Habs a 2-1 lead.
A nice shot from Brouillard tied the game at 2.
Joly quickly gave the Leafs a 3-2 lead
Connor Crisp tipped the puck to level the game at 3
Johnston made a great assist to Hudon, which gave the Habs a 4-3 lead
Speaking of Hudon, check out this great rush
Dalton Thrower produced a strong individual effort to give the Canadiens a two-goal lead
Brouillard scored a late goal for the Leafs to close the gap to one, but Hudon found the empty net from centre ice, and sealed the deal for the Habs