The Montreal Canadiens lost to the Calgary Flames on many nights, and lost the second game, losing 5-2 at the Saddledome of Scotiabank on Saturday.
Cayden Primeau (Cayden Primeau) started the Canadians game, this is his first season in the NHL season. Rookie goalkeeper is certainly not so easy, unfortunately, it paid the price for the mistakes of his teammates.
Johnny Gaudreau hit the target twice in the game and was the first to beat him. In the last minute of the first twenty minutes, he obtained a long distance pass from Matthew Tkachuk in the neutral zone, then slipped through Primeau and defeated him with a sharp ball on the side of the mitt.
After Nick Suzuki gave Canada a lead early in the game, this goal allowed Flames to score even higher.
Early in the second period, the Flames took control, scoring two goals in three minutes. After facing Primo’s victory in the matchup on the left, Milan Lusic immediately used the traffic advantage in front of the CH goalkeeper to surpass him with an advantage covered by a veil.
Soon after, Andrew Mangiapane followed the ramp to victory with Jeff Petry and passed the dish to Gaudreau, who is standing on the Canadian. front. Primeau can’t stop it from moving forward.
Tyler Toffoli narrowed the gap by hitting powerful targets in the late mid-stage. But the Flames took advantage of Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s turnaround in the early stages of the third period, prioritizing two goals. This time it was Brett Ritchie and Derek Ryan who scored a two-on-one goal.
Rasmus Andersson scored in an empty net to complete the job of a home run.
In the end, Primeau won 30 of 29 saves for Jacob Markstrom.
One of Habs’s few positive performances in this loss was the sixth of eight games against Flames this season and was contributed by guard Erik Gustafsson. In the second game with the team, he got two assists.
On Monday night, the Canadians and the torch will face off again in Calgary.
17:31-But! Rasmus Andersson finished the game in an empty net.