Ville Husso saves the day as Wings defeat Montreal Canadiens 4-3 in overtime.
Why it matters
The Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens are both Original Six teams, meaning they are two of the oldest and most storied teams in the NHL. When they play against each other, it's always a big game. This game was especially important for the Red Wings, who are fighting for a spot in the playoffs, and the Canadiens, who are trying to catch up to the top teams in the division.
The Big Picture
Original Six matchups are always special as they are two of the oldest and most storied teams in the NHL, with a lot of history and rivalry between them. The Red Wings were looking to secure a spot in the playoffs, and the Canadiens were trying to catch up to the top teams in the division.
Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens By the Numbers
The Bottom Line
The Wings edged out the Montreal Canadiens in a thrilling overtime game. Both teams played well, but the Red Wings had the edge thanks to some key saves from Ville Husso and a game-winning goal from Robby Fabbri. The Red Wings continue to fight for a spot in the playoffs, while the Canadiens will look to make up ground in the division.
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