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Lightning win in Montreal

January 07, 2015 16:34:34 UK

The Lightning ended Montreal’s winning streak on Tuesday.

The Tampa Bay Lightning brought an end to the Montreal Canadiens six-game winning streak and moved into sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division on Tuesday with a 4-2 triumph at the Bell Centre.

Four, second period goals from the visitors, including two from Tyler Johnson, helped power the Lightning to their sixth victory in their last seven outings as Tampa Bay completed a four-game road swing. It’s now back to the Amalie Arena on Friday to entertain the Buffalo Sabres for the Lightning while the Canadiens must regroup for this weekend’s visit of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Down in third place in the Division the Detroit Red Wings kept pace with their own 4-2 defeat over the Oilers at the Rexall Place in Edmonton. Kyle Quincey, Justin Abdelkader, Pavel Datsyuk and Luke Glendening were all on target for the visitors who carry on to play the Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Wednesday.

Meanwhile the Toronto Maple Leafs are back on the ice for the first time since dispensing of the services of head coach Randy Carlyle.

The Washington Capitals are in town to play at the Air Canada Centre and bring a 7-1-2 record in their last 10 games to the contest. Toronto on the other hand is 3-7-0 over the same time frame, which speaks to one of the reasons that the team parted ways with Carlyle.

In the Metropolitan Division the Penguins will look to take advantage of the New York Islanders loss on Tuesday, when they host the Boston Bruins at the Consol Energy Center. Boston currently sits on the outside looking in on the post-season places as they push to move past the Maple Leafs into the eighth playoff place.

The Lightning are 11.00 to win the Stanley Cup, while the Canadiens can be backed at 11.00.

Don’t forget you can earn up to 50% more on your NHL pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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Lightning win in Montreal

January 07, 2015 16:34:34 UK

The Lightning ended Montreal’s winning streak on Tuesday.

The Tampa Bay Lightning brought an end to the Montreal Canadiens six-game winning streak and moved into sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division on Tuesday with a 4-2 triumph at the Bell Centre.

Four, second period goals from the visitors, including two from Tyler Johnson, helped power the Lightning to their sixth victory in their last seven outings as Tampa Bay completed a four-game road swing. It’s now back to the Amalie Arena on Friday to entertain the Buffalo Sabres for the Lightning while the Canadiens must regroup for this weekend’s visit of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Down in third place in the Division the Detroit Red Wings kept pace with their own 4-2 defeat over the Oilers at the Rexall Place in Edmonton. Kyle Quincey, Justin Abdelkader, Pavel Datsyuk and Luke Glendening were all on target for the visitors who carry on to play the Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Wednesday.

Meanwhile the Toronto Maple Leafs are back on the ice for the first time since dispensing of the services of head coach Randy Carlyle.

The Washington Capitals are in town to play at the Air Canada Centre and bring a 7-1-2 record in their last 10 games to the contest. Toronto on the other hand is 3-7-0 over the same time frame, which speaks to one of the reasons that the team parted ways with Carlyle.

In the Metropolitan Division the Penguins will look to take advantage of the New York Islanders loss on Tuesday, when they host the Boston Bruins at the Consol Energy Center. Boston currently sits on the outside looking in on the post-season places as they push to move past the Maple Leafs into the eighth playoff place.

The Lightning are 11.00 to win the Stanley Cup, while the Canadiens can be backed at 11.00.

Don’t forget you can earn up to 50% more on your NHL pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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Lightning win in Montreal

January 07, 2015 16:34:34 UK

The Lightning ended Montreal’s winning streak on Tuesday.

The Tampa Bay Lightning brought an end to the Montreal Canadiens six-game winning streak and moved into sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division on Tuesday with a 4-2 triumph at the Bell Centre.

Four, second period goals from the visitors, including two from Tyler Johnson, helped power the Lightning to their sixth victory in their last seven outings as Tampa Bay completed a four-game road swing. It’s now back to the Amalie Arena on Friday to entertain the Buffalo Sabres for the Lightning while the Canadiens must regroup for this weekend’s visit of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Down in third place in the Division the Detroit Red Wings kept pace with their own 4-2 defeat over the Oilers at the Rexall Place in Edmonton. Kyle Quincey, Justin Abdelkader, Pavel Datsyuk and Luke Glendening were all on target for the visitors who carry on to play the Flames at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Wednesday.

Meanwhile the Toronto Maple Leafs are back on the ice for the first time since dispensing of the services of head coach Randy Carlyle.

The Washington Capitals are in town to play at the Air Canada Centre and bring a 7-1-2 record in their last 10 games to the contest. Toronto on the other hand is 3-7-0 over the same time frame, which speaks to one of the reasons that the team parted ways with Carlyle.

In the Metropolitan Division the Penguins will look to take advantage of the New York Islanders loss on Tuesday, when they host the Boston Bruins at the Consol Energy Center. Boston currently sits on the outside looking in on the post-season places as they push to move past the Maple Leafs into the eighth playoff place.

The Lightning are 11.00 to win the Stanley Cup, while the Canadiens can be backed at 11.00.

Don’t forget you can earn up to 50% more on your NHL pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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