Detroit Red Wings won 4-3 against the Montreal Canadiens: REACTIONS



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Detroit Red Wings won 4-3 against the Montreal Canadiens: REACTIONS

The Detroit Red Wings won 4-3 against the Montreal Canadiens. Robby Fabbri, who brought victory to his team in overtime, was particularly impressive. Detroit defenseman Moritz Seider believes that his team deserved to win. "I think we were the better team over 60 minutes, or 65,"-Moritz Seider said for nhl.com "The only chances they got were mistakes from us.

I think we put our game in their face pretty hard, and we deserved to win tonight." Detroit coach Derek Lalonde is satisfied with the progress of his team, which has been playing better lately. "We're 3-1-1 in our last five [games], so a really good segment of 7 of 10 points and we keep climbing,"-Derek Lalonde said.

"The guys wanted to play important games late in the season, here we are before the All-Star break right in the middle of a bunch of teams, and a team we're chasing in New York tomorrow."

Harvey-Pinard

Harvey-Pinard was a key player for his team with two goals and an assist.

He is satisfied with many things, although winning is what is most important. "Of course you want to win at the end of the game, but when I think about our line, I think we had a great forecheck tonight," Harvey-Pinard said.

"We were on the puck, a lot of shots on net too, so I think we did a good job tonight." Montreal forward Kirby Dach is satisfied with Jake Allen who had 38 saves. "He made a lot of 10-bell saves off bouncing pucks and stuff that kind of just squirted backdoor, and he seems to always be there," Montreal forward Kirby Dach said.

"So, it's impressive for him to kind of come off an injury and put up the performance tonight, and he definitely gave us a chance to win."

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