Carey Price made 26 saves against the Flyers on Wednesday.
Share August 19, 2020 Updated August 20, 2020 at 12:04 am Share The Canadian avoids elimination Alexis Bélanger-Champagne The Canadian Press Stung in the last game, Brendan Gallagher was the leader of the Canadian on Wednesday night and training Montrealer has extended her stay in the Toronto NHL bubble.
Nick Suzuki hit the target just 22 seconds after the Philadelphia Flyers tied the halfway point in the third period and the Habs avoided elimination by winning Game 5 of their Association quarterfinal series. East by 5-3 on Wednesday night at Scotiabank Arena.
The Flyers lead the series 3-2. Game 6 will be presented Friday at 7 p.m.
Suzuki took advantage of a Jonathan Drouin throw from the back of the net and was patient in front of goaltender Carter Hart, who compromised. Suzuki was finally able to shoot into an open net.
Carey Price took care of the rest, making 26 saves. Phillip Danault added a goal in an empty net with 17.7 seconds to go.
Joel Armia scored twice and Gallagher scored his first goal of the recovery for the Habs. Drouin and Brett Kulak each collected two assists.
“We didn't let the Flyers gain momentum,” said Canadiens interim head coach Kirk Muller. We responded well whenever we were in trouble. ”
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