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Topic - Tomas Plekanec
The Montreal Canadiens started fast and finished strong to overcome a rough patch in between.
When Carey Price looks at the Toronto Maple Leafs, he sees a big, physically strong team.
Who's your pick to win the gold? Vegas has its money on Team Canada.
Max Pacioretty needs to work on his penalty shots. Everything else was working just fine for the Montreal Canadiens' forward against Vancouver.
Carey Price called it one of his best performances of the season.
Braden Holtby did not expect to play Friday against the streaking Montreal Canadiens. But when scheduled starter Michal Neuvirth was injured in warmups, Holtby was not only the next man up, he was the only man up. With video coach Brett Leonhardt hastily signed to back him up, Holtby made 35 saves plus two more in a shootout to carry the Washington Capitals to a 3-2 victory.
Tomas Plekanec netted his second goal of the game during Montreal's three-goal spurt early in the third period, and the Canadiens topped the Florida Panthers 6-2 in a preseason game Monday night.
"The second and third periods weren't good at all. We got lucky that we found a way to win," Plekanec said.
"For most of the year in the first periods we were the stars of the game," said center Tomas Plekanec. "Most of the time we were up, but now we're chasing the score after the first few minutes and then we're not playing the right way."