NHL Hockey

Canadiens beat Flyers to move to 5-0-1

Montreal Canadiens' Shea Weber is congratulated by teammate Tomas Plekanec (14) following a goal against the Philadelphia Flyers during second period NHL hockey action in Montreal on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)

MONTREAL (AP) Michel Therrien liked what he saw from the Montreal Canadiens' power play. He is still going to keep tinkering with it.

Looking to jump start Montreal's stalled power play, Therrien shuffled some players around and that was the difference as the Canadiens beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 on Monday night to extend their winning streak to four games.

First-place Montreal (5-0-1) remains the only NHL team unbeaten in regulation time.


Rank Player +/-
1 S. Weber, Mon10
2t B. Marchand, Bos9
2t D. Pastrnak, Bos9
4 D. Helm, Det8
5t N. Beaulieu, Mon7
5t B. Carlo, Bos7
5t P. Kane, Chi7
5t M. Methot, Ott7
5t K. Russell, Edm7
10t A. Anisimov, Chi6
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Rank Player W
1 C. Talbot, Edm5
2t J. Allen, StL3
2t C. Anderson, Ott3
2t M. Fleury, Pit3
2t H. Lundqvist, NYR3
2t R. Luongo, Fla3
2t J. Markstrom, Van3
2t C. Price, Mon3
2t T. Rask, Bos3
10t B. Bishop, TB2
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