Oh well, you didn’t think they would go 47-1, did you?
Your Montreal Canadiens crashed back to earth with a resounding thud at Scotiabank Place.
The landing took three minutes and 35 seconds, during which the Senators scored three times to take control of a 1-1 game.
The home team was full-value for their win.
Even without Jason Spezza and Sergei Gonchar, Ottawa had the edge in blocked shots, hits, faceoffs and power-play efficiency.
The Canadiens had more shots on goal,, 32-27, but that advantage was carved out during third-period Garbage Time, when the issue was no longer in doubt.
It was fun while it lasted. The Senators blew the game open in the second period while Ryan White was serving a double-minor for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct. PP goals
That's four in a row for your mighty Montreal Canadiens. Best thing was it didn't come easily. The Winnipeg Jets, who were ridding a three-game winning streak of their own,
A note to fans of the liveblog: There have been some problems with the HIO site being a bit slow during games this season due to high traffic.
After a scoreless first period, the Canadiens blew a tight game open with two goals in 57 seconds . With the Canadiens enjoying a two-man advantage, Tomas Plekanec opened