Flyers Blank Habs Again: The Script for Game Two

May 19th, 2010 by Pablo A. Ortiz Leave a reply »
Two games are on the books and one finger on the panic button.

The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-0 in game two of the Eastern Conference final and now travel to Montreal with a 2-0 lead to face the Habs Thursday night at the Bell Centre.

The Habs looked better than they did in game one, putting more pressure on Michael Leighton’s net, but still haven’t scored their first goal of the series. On the other hand, Philly has put in nine unanswered goals.

Leighton earned his second consecutive shutout.

Danny Briere opened the score almost five minutes into the game with a laser from the slot after a Scott Gomez penalty.

In the second period, Simon Gagne, another Quebec native, profited from a goalmouth rebound from Jaroslav Halak to put the second goal on the board for the home team, which was also scored with the man-advantage.

Midway through the third period, Ville Leino stretched the lead for the Flyers with a shot from the circle which trickled past Hal ...

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