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Topic - Daniel Briere
The Montreal Canadiens used a strong third period to fend off the lowly Buffalo Sabres.
The Montreal Canadiens were ecstatic. The Ottawa Senators were speechless.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens are still adjusting to NHL play after a nearly three-week Olympic layoff. And it showed Thursday night.
The Montreal Canadiens were struggling through their worst stretch of the season. Then they had to play two of the hottest teams in the NHL.
MONTREAL (AP) — Clarke MacArthur scored on the power play 58 seconds into overtime and the Ottawa Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 on Saturday night.
"Mentally, the emotional high to come back and get motivated for a game against the Buffalo Sabres was the toughest part," Briere said. "We were a little sloppy in the first period, no doubt about it, but it got better as the game went on."
"From the start of the year, every time we play together, good things happen, we make things happen," said Briere of his third-period linemates. "That was the mindset I had going on the ice with them."