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Shea Weber #6 of the Montreal Canadiens celebrates his first period goal against Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers with his teammates at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, Mar. Bulgarian food shop london 4, 2017 in New York City. Bulgarian food shop karlovo Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac

The Canadiens’ 4-1 victory over a mostly listless Rangers squad Saturday night at the Garden concluded a sweep of the three-game season series. Bulgarian food shop in london The Rangers won’t admit it, but perhaps they too were dreaming, looking forward to some sun in Florida and North Carolina during a three-game trip this week.

The Rangers have scored two or fewer goals in the past eight games. Bulgarian food shop “We’ve got to start building some confidence in our game,” Marc Staal said. Bulgarian food seattle “We’re a little tentative . . . Bulgarian food san francisco It just seems like there’s a lot of second-guessing going on.”

The Rangers, who have been outscored by the Habs 12-7, dropped to 19-14-2 at home.

“It’s not the last two or three periods, it’s the last four games,” Henrik Lundqvist said of their 1-3 mark. Bulgarian food safety agency “We played four really good teams, and if you’re not on your game, you’re not going to win. Bulgarian food recipes Somehow we found a way in Boston. Bulgarian food prices I don’t know if we deserved it, but we found a way. Bulgarian food pictures Obviously, if we want to go anywhere, we need to figure it out at home.”

The game started with yet another distressing, on-their-heels first period as the Rangers managed only six shots on Carey Price and failed to dictate the pace. Bulgarian food online usa The Canadiens, 6-2 under new coach Claude Julien, skated effectively in all three zones.

Lundqvist stopped the first eight shots, and after the team’s best player Saturday night, rookie Pavel Buchnevich, stymied Alex Galchenyuk by backchecking hard on a rush, Shea Weber’s innocent wrister from the right side went through bodies and off the stick of Adam Clendening, standing alone in front, for a 1-0 lead at 12:51.

In the second period, the Rangers carried the play for five minutes with a faster pace but couldn’t cash in. Bulgarian food online store usa Brandon Pirri whiffed with a half-open net and the Rangers continued to overpass rather than shoot. Bulgarian food online store Max Pacioretty then pushed Ryan McDonagh off the puck and Phillip Danault found Artturi Lehkonen for a one-timer off the rush from the right for a 2-0 lead at 8:48.

Later in the period, Lundqvist blocked Galchenyuk’s shot, which went high, and he lost sight of it. Bulgarian food online Andrew Shaw gloved it down and sped behind the frozen goalie for an easy wraparound with 1:23 left.

Minutes later, the Habs drew the puck back to defenseman Jordie Benn near the blue line. Bulgarian food nyc Benn fired through a screen to restore the three-goal lead.

“It was an easy game for them. Bulgarian food new york We didn’t make it hard on them,” McDonagh said. Bulgarian food near me “When you’re a step slow against a team like that and you’re stuck in your zone a lot, it’s pretty cut-and-dry. Bulgarian food market bristol It’s frustrating. Bulgarian food market We keep saying the same things in here.”

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