3 lessons learned from the victory in Quebec


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MONTREAL, QC – OCTOBER 21: The Carolina Hurricanes celebrate their win over the Montreal Canadiens on October 21, 2021 at the Bell Center in Montreal, Canada. The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-1. (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis / Getty Images)

After a third win in a row at the start of the NHL season 2021/22, the Carolina Hurricanes are currently flying high. With six points out of a possible six games, the Canes are one of the few remaining undefeated teams in the league. Carolina is now third in the Metropolitan Division, taking every possible point from their first three games.

With luck and a good call from the video coaching team, the Carolina Hurricanes video coaching team managed to get a questionable call when the Canadiens dismissed a goal for random goalkeeping interference. A goal that would have given the Canadiens the first lead of the season was ruled out, allowing the Canes to continue playing after time ran out.

Carolina starred in the tale of the return of a villain from Montreal and would get the dagger target from her newest addition. As soon as that goalscorer was announced the boos started raining down on the player and wrongly so, but we will get into him and more here when we talk about this game. Boy, this team was fun watching right now. They don’t fly, but they are fun.

Then let’s dive into that. Some Finnish sensations that dominated the night, Carolina’s win on both Twitter and the ice, and another great performance from the Carolina Hurricanes netkeeper see some of our top spots. This was a fun game, I’m glad I saw it and I’m so grateful that you will join me in talking about the three big lessons from a 4-1 win in Montreal.

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