Ryder gets a little revenge, B’s take 3-2 lead
|04.20.09 at 7:12 pm ET|
MONTREAL, Quebec — 18:53: Kovalev missed on a good setup feed from Andrei Kostitsyn. He’s been just a tick off on a couple of really scoring opportunities.
16:43: Good save by Thomas hugging the post on a Christopher Higgins shot.
16:24: Score by Shawn “I’m not a Meat Stick” Thornton on a nifty little short side snipe right under the crossbar. Byron Bitz did a good job of controlling the puck behind the Montreal net and then finding Thornton in front.
14:44: Great faceoff play by the Habs in the offensive zone. Metropolit wins the draw back to Yannick Weber, and the young D-Man fires a low shot to the right post that Thomas didn’t get a look at.
11:03: Big pileup in front of the net. Tough guy Gregory Stewart got lucked up with Patrice Bergeron behind the net and both skaters traded forearm blows at each other’s faces. As a result, Laraque, Steward, Bergeron and Mark Stuart all end up in the box.
6:42: There hasn’t been much signature Montreal flopping and diving in this series, but it might have just started. Byron Bitz was chasing after Alex Kovalev, took a swipe at him with his stick and Kovalev went down like a ton of bricks. PP Montreal.
3:23: Post for Marc Savard on a bad angle shot from the sideboard. It rattled off the pipe and then Price flopped on top of the loose puck before Kessel could pounce.
1:32: Mark Recchi goes to the box for a hold after Kovalev does his best impersonation of Fosbury.
The B’s lead the Habs by a 3-2 score after two full periods of play in Game 3 at the Bell Centre.
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