MONTREAL — Within the battle of the NHL’s bottom-dwellers, the Arizona Coyotes continued on their fruitful Japanese Convention highway journey with a 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Coyotes (20-36-4) ended their travels with 4 wins in 5 video games.
Barrett Hayton, Anton Stralman, Nick Ritchie, Lawson Crouse, Clayton Keller and Nick Schmaltz scored for Arizona. Karel Vejmelka gave up three targets on 39 photographs
Laurent Dauphin scored and Cole Caufield made issues attention-grabbing with two targets within the span of eight seconds however Montreal could not match Arizona’s tally.
The Canadiens (16-36-8) pulled their goalie for a league-leading eleventh time this season after Samuel Montembeault allowed 4 targets on seven photographs within the first interval. Cayden Primeau gave up one objective from 12 photographs in reduction.
The Coyotes had no drained legs from their 5-3 win over the Ottawa Senators the evening earlier than, scoring 4 targets within the first interval.
Hayton skated the size of the ice and beat Montembeault to interrupt the ice. Stralman added a second from the crease, tapping in Reilly Nash’s go from behind Montembeault’s internet.
The Canadiens lower their deficit to at least one objective in awkward vogue at 13:38 of the primary interval. The puck bounced off of two Coyotes gamers and eventually made its approach into their very own internet.
Alex Galcheyuk handed to Ritchie within the crease who tapped in Arizona’s third objective of the evening, and his seventh of the season. Lastly, Crouse ended Arizona’s productive first interval by scoring on a breakaway and sending Montembeault to the bench.
Keller added a power-play marker within the second to make it a 5-1 sport however Montreal made issues attention-grabbing with simply over one minute left within the interval. Caufield scored twice within the span of eight seconds to convey the rating to 5-3 forward of the second intermission.
Schmaltz added the empty-netter with 4:18 to go within the third interval, his seventeenth level in seven video games, sealing Arizona’s 6-3 win.