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Lauri Korpikoski's two goals lift Coyotes over Habs
Mon, 02 Feb 2015 00:54:16 +0000
Quebec, MB, Canada (4E Sports) - Lauri Korpikoski drove in two goals on power plays to lead the Arizona Coyotes in rallying past the Montreal Canadiens , 3-2 Sunday at Bell Centre.
Oliver Ekman-Larssonthen tied the game at 0:32 of the third before Korpikoski's second goal put the Coyotes ahead at 3:17 of the said quarter.
Korpikoski deflected a high point shot to nail his first goal at 17:43 of the second and cut the Coyotes deficit to 2-1
Coyotes' back up goalie Louis Domingue stopped 16 shots after allowing two goals by Alex Galchenyuk on the Canadiens ' first four shots in the first 4:55 of the game.
Domingue , who was recalled from the AHL's Portland Pirates, made his debut replacing Mike Smith in a 7-2 loss against the Ottawa Senators, Saturday after the latter gave up four goals in a span of 5:26.
The Coyotes traded backup Devan Dubnyk to Minnesota on Jan. 14 and sent Mike McKenna to the minors that opened up a spot on the Coyotes' roster.
Backup goaltender Dustin Tokarski started for the Canadiens with Carey Price taking a day off and stopped 29 of 32 shots.