TonightÆs game was an intriguing one; the hot Atlanta Thrashers were in the Bell Center to face off against the Montreal Canadiens.
The game was full of action and played more of a run and gun style, which was right in both teams alleys. Much like the last few games for the Thrashers they came out in full force, with strong pressure and many chances within the first ten minutes of the match. But unlike the last few games, they had nothing to show for it.
Slowly the game turned more in favour of the Canadiens, with more shots and pressure as the game went on. Just after the Eric Boulton penalty for tripping, the Canadiens were unstoppable with constant persistence.
Then the ôlittle threeö came on the ice, and scored a goal. For the lack of a great nickname the ...
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