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Anaheim at Montreal

Giguere stops 47 shots, helps Ducks win third in a row

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MONTREAL -- The Anaheim Ducks had their biggest offensive outburst of the season despite being widely outshot by the Montreal Canadiens.

Corey Perry had a goal and two assists and Jean-Sebastien Giguere stopped 47 shots as Anaheim won its third straight with a 6-4 victory over Montreal on Saturday night.

Ryan Getzlaf and Chris Kunitz each had a goal and an assist for the Ducks. Kent Huskins, Travis Moen and Teemu Selanne also scored for Anaheim, which has won four of five since an 0-4 start.

"Finally, we put some goals on the board and it's a great feeling all around," said Perry, who was credited with his second assist -- at Getzlaf's expense -- in a scoring change to Anaheim's sixth goal after the game.

Alex Tanguay had two goals, and Saku Koivu and Tom Kostopoulos also scored for the Canadiens, who ended a five-game winning streak despite holding a 51-25 margin in shots.

"When you do have 50 shots you have to bury a lot more of those," Tanguay said.

The Canadiens, who hosted their 2,900th NHL regular-season home game, failed to record a point for the first time in seven games (5-1-1).

"We did some good things but the mental focus wasn't there," Koivu said. "We weren't as sharp as we were used to being in the last couple of games here."

Huskins and Getzlaf scored 2:51 apart to give the Ducks a 2-0 lead early in the first period.

Montreal answered with three straight goals, beginning with Tanguay's fourth of the season on a power play midway through the first.

Koivu scored his fourth goal just as Todd Marchant's tripping penalty expired with 3:37 left in the first, and Kostopoulos put the Canadiens up 3-2 with his first goal of the season 1:34 into the second.

Anaheim came back with three straight goals before the end of the middle period.

"Even though they scored the two goals to tie the hockey game and then they went up 3-2, we didn't really stray away from what we were trying to do," Ducks coach Randy Carlyle said. "We were fortunate enough that our goaltender made enough stops at critical times and our power play delivered for us."

Perry scored his first of the season on a power play at 2:40 to even it at 3, and Kunitz restored the Ducks' lead with his first at 4:40, chasing Jaroslav Halak, who allowed four goals on 12 shots.

Moen scored a short-handed goal with 3:21 left in the second period when he put a backhand past Carey Price on a breakaway.

Perry was awarded a penalty shot with 1:56 remaining in the second but lost control of the puck when he went to his backhand on Price.

Selanne increased the Ducks' lead to 6-3 on a power play 5:40 into the third.

Tanguay scored his second goal of the game with 6:15 left.

Montreal's Andrei Markov played his 500th regular season game, extending his assists and points streaks to seven games with an assist on Tanguay's first goal.

Notes

  • New Ducks D Bret Hedican, signed as a free agent Thursday, was not in uniform. LW Brad May also was a healthy scratch.
  • Canadiens LW Chris Higgins made his season debut after missing the first six games because of a groin injury.
  • It was Halak's first career appearance against Anaheim.
  • Koivu's points streak reached six games. He has four goals and six assists during that span.
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Jean-Sebastien Giguere's 47 stops help the Ducks snap the Habs' 5-game win streak.  (Getty Images)
Jean-Sebastien Giguere's 47 stops help the Ducks snap the Habs' 5-game win streak. (Getty Images)
Scoreboard
Anaheim  (4-5-0) «2316
Montreal (5-1-1)2114
Three Stars
C. Perry
ANA


Goals: 1
Assist(s): 2
J. Giguere
ANA


Saves: 47
Save Pct.: .922
A. Tanguay
MON


Goals: 2
Assist(s): 0

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1ST PERIOD
02:50Kent Huskins (2), Wrist Shot. Assist: Parros, Carter
05:41Ryan Getzlaf (2), Wrist Shot. Assist: Perry, Kunitz
11:40Power Play - Alex Tanguay (4), Tip-In. Assist: Kovalev, Markov
16:23Saku Koivu (4), Slap Shot. Assist: Higgins
2ND PERIOD
01:34Tom Kostopoulos (1), Backhand Shot. Assist: Gorges, Lang
02:40Power Play - Corey Perry (1), Slap Shot. Assist: Niedermayer
04:40Chris Kunitz (1), Slap Shot. Assist: Niedermayer, Getzlaf
16:39Short - Travis Moen (2), Backhand Shot. Assist: Pronger
3RD PERIOD
05:40Power Play - Teemu Selanne (2), Snap Shot. Assist: Perry, Pronger
13:45Alex Tanguay (5), Slap Shot. Assist: Brisebois, Lang
Penalty Summary
1ST PERIOD
10:47Montador, 2 min, Interference
14:23Marchant, 2 min, Tripping
15:14Pronger, 2 min, Slashing
15:14Kovalev, 2 min, Slashing
16:42Bouillon, 5 min, Fighting
16:42Perry, 5 min, Fighting
2ND PERIOD
02:05Kovalev, 2 min, Tripping
05:16Perry, 2 min, Diving/Embellishment
10:44Brisebois, 2 min, Hooking
15:16Lapierre, 2 min, Unsportsmanlike Conduct
15:16Montador, 2 min, Unsportsmanlike Conduct
15:16Kunitz, 2 min, Roughing
19:51Kunitz, 2 min, Interference
3RD PERIOD
05:17Latendresse, 2 min, Hooking
06:48Getzlaf, 2 min, Hooking
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 123T
Anaheim961025
Montreal17122251
Goalies
GoalieMINSSGA
Jean-Sebastien Giguere59:36474
Jaroslav Halak23:5984
Carey Price34:18112
Power Play Conversions
Power Play
Anaheim2-for-3
Montreal1-for-2
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Referees - Eric Furlatt, Kevin Pollock
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Fla 0 Final
StL 4
SJ 3 Final
TB 0
Car 4 Final
NYI 3
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Pho 1
LA 4 Final
Nash 5
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Colo 2
Edm 3 Final
Van 6
Wash 6 Final
OT
Dal 5
Ott 2 Final
Tor 3
NJ 2 Final
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Chi 5
Atl 4 Final
Bos 5
Pitt 2 Final
NYR 3
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