The game result was overshadowed by a nasty injury to the Canadiens’ new heavyweight, George Parros.
Fighting Leafs Colton Orr for the second time in the game, Parros missed a punch and landed face first on the ice, losing consciousness.
Orr stopped fighting and signalled to the Canadiens’ bench for medical help.
Parros left the game strapped to a stretcher.
A wide-open and exciting game turned on Tyler Bozak’s shorthanded goal in the second period.
The Leafs got a fourth goal from Mason Raymond before Lars Eller – the best Canadien – scored late to set up a frantic final two minutes.
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The Canadiens' power play, with Andrei Markov running it, went 0-for-8, including a wasted 5-on-3. Carolina outhit the Canadiens 34-24. Bournival and Daniel Brière each had six shots on goal. In
Well, that was fugly. And after battling back to an unlikely 3-3 tie, the home team conceded three unanswered goals in the third period. The Canadiens went more than 12
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