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Red Wings vs Habs – Game Recap
- Updated: October 22, 2014
Great teams find ways to win. This season, the Montreal Canadiens meet this criteria. The Habs defeated the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 in overtime Tuesday at the Bell Centre.
Again, the Habs showed their composure and character by making another comeback. After 56 minutes, the Wings led 1-0.
Alex Galchenyuk forced overtime by scoring late in the third period. The American had another solid performance.
With only 56 seconds into overtime, David Desharnais scored from the side of the net after shots from Max Pacioretty and P.K. Subban couldn’t get through Jimmy Howard. It was Desharnais’ first goal of the season.
Carey Price also played a strong game by blocking 27 of 28 shots.
As usual in this season, the Canadiens found another way to bounce back.
Michel Therrien’s team has a 6-1 record this season – their best start in 37 years.
The Habs host the New York Rangers (4-3) on Saturday at the Bell Centre.