Published: Sun, October 20, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liveblog replay: Canadiens tame the Wild at the Bell Centre

Liveblog replay: Canadiens tame the Wild at the Bell Centre

"It was ear-piercing", recounted Mete.

Mete pinched in from the point to accept a pass from forward Nick Cousins - playing his first game as a Hab - but according to Cousins, the play nearly never happened at all. Nick Cousins, who was making his Canadiens debut, chased a loose puck behind the net and passed to Mete, who was coming through the middle unimpeded.

It was the first of three goals for the Canadiens in a 4:46 span to end the first period. That's exciting for him.

"It feels good to finally get that out of the way", Mete said.

"Hopefully. I like my steak medium rare", he cracked. We'll have to figure that out tomorrow for dinner.

Armia connected on a 5-on-3 power play with 2:28 left in the first.

On the season, Mete has his goal and a single assist through the first seven games. "A couple of guys who are hopefully going to get a lot more for us here and help us down the season stretch".

The Canadiens (3-2-2) defeated Minnesota (1-6-0) for the first time since November 8, 2014, snapping a streak of nine straight losses.

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The 21-year-old Mete, who grew up in London, Ont., found acres of space in the slot, took a backhand pass from Nick Cousins from behind the net and beat Alex Stalock glove side with 5:23 to play in the opening period. "I was able to play freely like I've always been playing. It was a nice bounce for me".

It was the 20-year-old Suzuki's seventh National Hockey League game. "We're all happy for (Mete)".

"I think more than (a meeting's) going to have to jump-start us to be honest with you", Zucker said, according to The Athletic's Michael Russo.

In Glendale, Arizona, Phil Kessel scored his first two goals for Arizona, and Christian Dvorak netted his third goal in two games in the Coyotes' victory over Nashville.

Perhaps a little lost in all the goal celebrations was the fact that goaltender Carey Price made 17 saves to earn his first shutout of the season and the 45th of his career, and the veteran netminder attributed the result to his team tightening up the defensive side of their game.

The Canadiens were playing the team with the worst record in the Western Conference.

The Canadiens practice at the Bell Sports Complex on Friday morning before departing for St. Louis.

The Montreal Canadiens will look to convert more chances and cash in on more flashes of flare tonight than the team did Tuesday as the Minnesota Wild come to town tonight.

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