Canadiens rally, top islanders in the shootout


NEW YORK — Max Domi had a goal and helped to help the Montiere of the Cantiens for 4-3 victory against the New York Islanders at the Barclays Center on Monday.

Jonathan Drouin and Lehkonen Art scored for Canadiens (8-4-2). Instead of Nimes made 21 stores and Joel Armia scored the only goal in the 5th round. It was his first shot at the NHL.

Casey Cizikas scored twice, Valtteri Filppula rating, and Thomas Greiss made 32 savings for the islanders (8-4-2), who had won five straight but extended their turn to seven (5-0-2).

Domi scored a power-play goal at 15:36 in the second period to get the Canadiens within 3-2. It was the eighth goal of the last nine games for Domi, who has three goals.

Lekhonen scored a defeat to tie game 3-3 at 7:43 in the third period.

Cizikas gave the Islanders a 1-0 lead at 4:04 of the first period, putting a rebound from a shot by defenseman Adam Pelech.

Drouin tied the game to 1-1 at 5:59 from the first by taking a plate dish from Domi and marking from left to right. Domi has 12 points (eight goals, four assists) in his last 10 matches.

The islanders took a 2-1 lead on 7:44 of the first after a turnover in the neutral zone when Filppula turned into a 2-on-1 with Leo Komarov. It was Filipki's fifth goal in 11 shots this season.

Cizikas scored the second goal at 14:58 from the first with 3-1. His passage hit the Canadiens defenseman Jordy Benn and he returned to him before scoring.


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