Jake Allen led the Montreal Canadiens to a 3-2 win.
Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender Jake Allen saved 41 out of 43 shots in regulation time and secured the win of the Montreal Canadiens against the Red Wings on Tuesday.
Penalty shot or not, Jake Allen slams the door! pic.twitter.com/6wsFDJv3Tp— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) November 9, 2022
The Red Wings have triumphed three straight and in four of their last five matches. At home, they beat the Canadiens on premiere night, 3-0. Montreal has lost three matches. However, Nick Suzuki scored five goals with three assists in his last five games.
The Wings have one more matchup with the New York Officers, whom Detroit defeated Sunday.
On Tuesday, Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield scored in the shootout and confirmed Montreal’s win.
David Perron was the leading Red Wings player who scored during the shootout. Dylan Larkin, captain of Detroit, shot wide on the third endeavour to give Montreal the triumph.
Quelle soirée devant le filet pour Jake Allen!— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) November 9, 2022
What a night in goal for Jake Allen! #GoHabsGo | @CasinoMontreal pic.twitter.com/2pQwqqPJqZ
“He’s been tremendous every single time he’s stepped in the net this year, so it seems a little repetitive, but he gives us a chance to win every night, and tonight was the big show with how it played out”, Mike Hoffman said about Jake Allen.