June 28, 2022

Montreal Canadiens’ Cole Caufield, proper, scores a objective in opposition to Philadelphia Flyers’ Ivan Provorov, from second proper, Carter Hart and Morgan Frost throughout extra time in an NHL hockey sport, Sunday, March 13, 2022, in Philadelphia.Matt Slocum/The Related Press

Cole Caufield scored 2:10 into extra time to present the Montreal Canadiens a 4-3 comeback victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday evening in a matchup of last-place golf equipment.

Rem Pitlick tied it for Montreal with 42.1 seconds left in regulation with a short-handed objective. Montreal snapped a two-game dropping streak to enhance to 8-6 beneath interim coach Martin St. Louis.

“We had been a bit sluggish at first however undoubtedly earned that win,” mentioned Montreal’s Nick Suzuki, who scored twice.

Caufield received it by streaking into the offensive zone and firing a slap shot from the highest of the circle that beat goalie Carter Hart. Pitlick assisted on the objective.

Chris Wideman assisted each of Suzuki’s objectives.

Claude Giroux scored for Philadelphia to achieve 900 profession factors. Cam Atkinson and Kevin Hayes additionally scored. The Flyers have misplaced three in a row and 24 of 29.

“We’re going to should maintain discovering methods to get gamers to grasp you’ll be able to play the best way you wish to play or you’ll be able to play successful hockey,” Flyers interim coach Mike Yeo mentioned.

Pitlick pressured extra time. Ben Chiarot handed to the entrance of the online from the wall, and Pitlick buried it for his twelfth of the season. The Canadiens truly had been skating 5-on-5 throughout the tally after pulling their goalie.

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“Simply can’t occur,” Giroux mentioned. “We’re in a deep gap. We’re simply discovering methods to lose proper now.”