LPHF: Montreal loses after a marathon

LPHF: Montreal loses after a marathon
LPHF: Montreal loses after a marathon

A goal from Taylor Wenczkowski in the third overtime period allowed Boston to win 2-1 against Montreal, Saturday evening in Laval, in the second game of the first round series between the two LPHF teams.

Montreal will therefore face elimination on Tuesday at the Tsongas Center in Boston, since the American team now has a 2-0 lead in this best-of-five series.

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However, the Montrealers thought they had scored in the last seconds of regulation time, but the referee had whistled a stoppage of play before the puck crossed the red line.

The Belle Province club also got a golden opportunity in overtime, as Lexie Adzija received a five-minute major penalty. The crowd favorites, however, weren’t able to take advantage.

It was Boston who struck first in this duel. In the initial engagement, Amanda Pelkey ​​sent the puck to goalie Ann-Renée Desbiens’ net, while she was behind the opposing cage. The precious object took a good turn and ended up behind the goal line.

Montreal leveled the score in the second period, when Kristin O’Neil pounced on a power play return.

Desbiens finished his match with 50 saves, while his opposite number, Aerin Frankel, stopped 56 pucks.

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