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by The Upper Canadien on 04/18/13 at 10:42 PM ET
Montreal dug out what was a key 3-2 victory Thursday night, scoring late after blowing the lead earlier in the game. Carey Price made a number of difficult saves, Montreal's defence tighened up, and the kids, especially Alex Galchenyuk and Lars Eller, played a brilliant game.
Does this mean Montreal has their mojo back? Who knows. What it does mean, however, is that the Habs' worst stretch of the season is officially behind them, and the playoffs are around the corner. Their next game is against Washington on Saturday, so we'll see if the success of this evening carries over.
Of note tonight: Yannick Weber helped the offence on multiple occasions, and looked at ease on the back end. Expect him to continue playing until Raphael Diaz retuns from his concussion.
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