Photo: Graham Hughes The canadian Press
Drouin has played the hero in the extra period. Max Domi has amassed a goal and an assist, while Shea Weber and Jesperi Kotkaniemi also scored for the Canadian.
Jonathan Drouin has allowed the Canadian to save his weekend, while montreal has pulled out a victory 4-3 in overtime to the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday.
Drouin has played the hero after 58 seconds of the game in the extra period, hitting the target thanks to a shot of the wrists in the upper part of the net.
Max Domi has amassed a goal and an assist, while Shea Weber and Jesperi Kotkaniemi also scored in regulation time for the Canadian (29-18-6), who avoided finishing the weekend of the Super Bowl with two losses in a row.
Carey Price made 21 stops, he was back in front of the net after ceding his spot to Antti Niemi the day before since he had to serve a suspension of a party for not going to the all-star game.
Leon Draisaitl has made a successful doubled and Connor McDavid has also hit the target for the Oilers (23-24-5), that have received a fifth reverse in a row (0-3-2). Mikko Koskinen has rejected 23 shots.
The Canadian has started the game. These are not the opportunities that were missed at the Habs in the first twenty, and Weber opened the scoring in power play after just 2:23 to play.
The Oilers, however, have been able to return to the locker room in a stalemate of 1-1, after that Draisaitl had scored his first goal of the game at 9:44, two seconds after the end of a punishment to Domi.
The no. 13, the CH has re-started the Habs after 1:09 of the game in the second, but the indiscipline of the local has once again opened the door for the Oilers. McDavid and Draisaitl have completed similar sequences in numerical advantage, pulling in of the nets open after that Price had given feedback.
While he was beginning to get late for the Canadian, Kotkaniemi has leveled the score. The Finns had fired back in the top of the net, a few moments after he had missed his shot at the entrance of the area.
Drouin has finally allowed the Habs to have the last word.
The Canadian has lost the services of Paul Byron in the middle of the second period. In his second game after serving a suspension of three matches, and Byron seemed to hurt his left shoulder when he cashed in a defeat of Matt Benning along the ramp.
Victor Mete has been more fortunate. The defender lay prone on the ice in the first period, after he had been thrown head-first against the tape by Milan Lucic. Mete was to return to her position at the beginning of the second twenty, and he completed the match.
The Canadian will play its next game on Tuesday, when the Ducks of Anaheim will be passing at the Bell Centre.