Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Montreal 5 Columbus 3

Canadiens' Sergei Kostitsyn trips Blue Jackets' Rostislav Klesla at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night. Photograph by: Phil Carpenter, The Gazette

Habs Take Blue Jackets To Cleaners -- Montreal Gazette

Price keeps score close as teammates rally in third.

MONTREAL - The Canadiens acquired defenceman Marc-André Bergeron because of his offensive skills and they paid a dividend Tuesday night as he scored two goals, including the winner, in a 5-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The Canadiens went into the game without eight players from their opening night roster, but netminder Carey Price kept the score close and his teammates rallied from a 3-2 deficit with three goals in the third period.

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More News On Last Night's Hockey Game

Price paces Habs to comeback vs. Columbus -- CBC
Bergeron scores twice as Canadiens come back to beat Blue Jackets 5-3 -- Canadian Press
Habs hand Blue Jackets third loss in a row -- Reuters
Bergeron powers Canadiens past Blue Jackets -- National Post
'It was another great game for Carey': Lapierre -- Montreal Gazette
Jackets' net is wide open for business -- Montreal Gazette
Tuesday's Three Stars: Bergeron powers up, Price checks out -- Yahoo Sports

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