Mon 0 2 2 4
TB 0 0 1 1
Date of game: 4/18/2014
Game Log
Period 3 18:01
Tampa Bay Power-Play Goal - Teddy Purcell, from Victor Hedman and Valtteri Filppula at 18:01.

Period 3 14:39
Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque (2), from Lars Eller at 14:39.

Period 3 18:01
Tampa Bay Power-Play Goal - Teddy Purcell, from Victor Hedman and Valtteri Filppula at 18:01.

Period 3 14:39
Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque (2), from Lars Eller at 14:39.

Period 3 11:46
Montreal Goal - Brendan Gallagher, unassisted at 11:46.

Period 3 11:46
Montreal Goal - Brendan Gallagher, unassisted at 11:46.

Period 2 10:35
Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque, from Thomas Vanek and P.K. Subban at 10:35.

Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 10 8 8 - 26 GOALTENDER Peter Budaj, Carey Price HOME SHOTS 11 8 8 - 27 GOALTENDER Kristers Gudlevskis, Anders Lindback REFEREE Tim Peel, Chris Rooney *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - Montreal Power-Play Goal - David Desharnais, from P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque, from Thomas Vanek and P.K. Subban at 10:35. - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - Montreal Goal - Brendan Gallagher, unassisted at 11:46. Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque (2), from Lars Eller at 14:39. Tampa Bay Power-Play Goal - Teddy Purcell, from Victor Hedman and Valtteri Filpp - Attendance: -

Period 3
Lars Eller wrist shot is wide.

Period 3
Rene Bourque wrist shot is wide.

Period 3
J.T. Brown shot blocked by Andrei Markov.

Period 3
Tampa Bay Power-Play Goal - Teddy Purcell, at 18:01.

Period 2 2:34
Montreal Power-Play Goal - David Desharnais, from P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty at 2:34.

Period 2 2:28
Penalty: Tampa Bay Lightning
Hooking

Period 2 10:35
Montreal Goal - Rene Bourque, from Thomas Vanek and P.K. Subban at 10:35.

Period 1 16:22
Penalty: Montreal Canadiens
Too many men/ice - bench

Period 1 15:30
Penalty: Tampa Bay Lightning
Hi stick - double minor

Period 2 2:34
Montreal Power-Play Goal - David Desharnais, from P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty at 2:34.

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