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Video: Canadiens end long power-play drought

Apr 18, 2014, 8:34 PM EDT

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The Montreal Canadiens have been struggling with the man advantage for a while now and early in Game 2 of their series against the Tampa Bay Lightning, it didn’t look that slump was on the verge of ending.

Lightning captain Steven Stamkos was charged with a double-minor for high sticking, but Montreal couldn’t get anything going and squandered half of their power-play time by having too many men on the ice.

That extended their power-play drought to 27 failed attempts, dating back to their last goal with the man advantage on March 25, per the Canadian Press’ Stephen Whyno.

Montreal got another chance early in the second period though and this time P.K. Subban and David Desharnais were able to take advantage of it:

Montreal has a 2-0 lead in the second period as they look to sweep the first two games in Tampa Bay.

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