And here's Shaw on McQuaid:
Emelin takes our Marchand and continues to single-handedly reignite the rivalry. pic.twitter.com/4RhMgZCJxz— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 13, 2016
And here's Emelin on Pastrnak:
Thank god for the curved glass. pic.twitter.com/0FAICJ8wvb— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 13, 2016
And here's Gallagher and Krug mixing it up:
Emelin hit on Pastrnak and Krug hit on Shaw: pic.twitter.com/VcW5Lf42mS— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 13, 2016
On the game-winner, Ryan Spooner's OT goal at 3:20, Therrien says: "When you get to the overtime you are almost flipping the coin. We got two guys caught late a little bit, on the ice too long, and it was tough for us to check because we were [on the ice] for such a long time." He added: "But... you know what? It was a good fight. We wish we would have won the game in overtime or in a shootout, but it didn't happen." The Canadiens rallied on Paul Byron's goal at 16:48 of the third, but failed to get two points at home for just the third time in seventeen games (14-1-2). Montreal still leads the NHL in point with a 19-6-4 record.
Gallagher drills Krug and then throws him to the ice. pic.twitter.com/pD71y7ZGIb— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) December 13, 2016