Fla 1 0 0 1
Mon 1 1 0 2
Date of game: 1/6/2014
Game Log
Period 2 15:46
Montreal Goal - Brian Gionta (7), from Tomas Plekanec at 15:46.

Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 5 6 16 - 27 GOALTENDER Scott Clemmensen, Tim Thomas HOME SHOTS 13 12 10 - 35 GOALTENDER Peter Budaj, Carey Price REFEREE Eric Furlatt, Steve Kozari *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Montreal Goal - David Desharnais (6), from Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher Florida Goal - Sean Bergenheim (10), from Aleksander Barkov and Brad Boyes at 17 - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - Montreal Goal - Brian Gionta (7), from Tomas Plekanec at 15:46. - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - Attendance: 21,273 -

Period 3
Travis Moen shot blocked by Sean Bergenheim.

Period 3
Dmitry Kulikov slap shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Sean Bergenheim slap shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Lars Eller backhand shot on Tim Thomas.

Period 3
Max Pacioretty wrist shot on Tim Thomas.

Period 3
Dmitry Kulikov wrist shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Tom Gilbert shot blocked by Lars Eller.

Period 3
Marcel Goc tip-in shot on Carey Price.

Period 3
Brian Campbell shot blocked by Douglas Murray.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Lars Eller.

Period 3
Lars Eller wrist shot.

Period 3
Nick Bjugstad shot blocked by Douglas Murray.

Period 1 17:09
Florida Goal - Sean Bergenheim (10), from Aleksander Barkov and Brad Boyes at 17:09.

Period 1 6:23
Montreal Goal - David Desharnais (6), from Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher at 6:23.

Period 1 6:23
Montreal Goal - David Desharnais (6), from Max Pacioretty and Brendan Gallagher at 6:23.

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