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Canadiens win, 3-2

Behind third-period goals by Maxim Lapierre and Brian Gionta, the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Penguins, 3-2, in Game 4 on Thursday night at Bell Centre.

Their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series is now even at 2-2.

Comments

  1. Ratman says:

    Why is Montreal not being called for the interference plays they seem to be running and the high sticking plays. They seem to be constantly running interference to impede our forecheck and nothing gets called. Talbot was high sticked tonight which seemed to throw his head backwards and there was no penalty called.

    I thought the pens totally outplayed Montreal tonight and if it weren’t for a lucky redirect / bounce off of Letang they might have won the game.

  2. Billy Mann says:

    Pretty aweful officiating in this series both ways . Habs Fan

  3. LarryB says:

    At some point Pitts fans have to realize that maybe the other team is pretty good too.Maybe Montreal deserves some credit. I

  4. LarryB says:

    many times local fans think if the home team is losing that they are doing something wrong,maybe the opponent is doing something right!

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