Carey Price and the Canadian whiten the Avalanche

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A goal from Brett Kulak shorthanded made the difference on Saturday night at the Bell Centre where the Montreal canadiens won 3 to 0 in the face of the Colorado Avalanche.

The defender of the Habs ending the impasse in the middle of the third twenty, while Shea Weber was in the dungeon for hooking Mikko Rantanen.

After a game won by the Canadian to the right of the goalkeeper Semyon Varlamov, Kulak has hit the back of the net with a shot from the point that deflected off of an opposing player.

This goal seemed to give wings to the Canadian, who is set to be a whirlwind in the territory of the visitors. These efforts have been rewarded by a second goal scored by Jesperi Kotkaniemi.

After receiving a perfect pass from Jonathan Drouin, the young striker finn to outplay Varlamov with a shot on the receipt side of the shield. It was a fifth goal of this season to Kotkaniemi.

Jordie Benn has completed the work for the local team, by scoring in an empty net late in the game.

Carey Price has signed his third clean sheet of the season and 43rd career. It was also a first victory in four starts for the canadian goalkeeper, who was pushed out of 28 throws. For his part, Varlamov has faced 30 shots.

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