Mar 13, 2012, 8:00 AM EST
It’s been a bad enough season for the Montreal Canadiens and while they were valiant in their efforts to come back against Buffalo before losing in overtime, they played the role of a victim to Tyler Ennis.
Ennis’s first of two goals against the Habs turned out to be a highlight reel goal that saw him turn recently returned from injury defenseman Andrei Markov into a traffic cone before crossing up goalie Peter Budaj and ripping a shot by him after he’d already cut in front of him. Let MSG’s Rick Jeanneret tell it to you in only the way he can.
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