The Montreal Canadiens lose their third game in a row, 6-3 at St. Louis

Brayden Schenn and Jordan Kyrou each had a goal and two assists on Saturday, helping the St. Louis Blues to win 6-3 against the Montreal Canadiens.

Brandon Saad, Alexei Toropchenko, Robert Thomas and Kasperi Kapanen scored the other goals for the Blues. Kapanen’s was scored in an empty net.

Joel Hofer blocked 30 shots.

Juraj Slafkovasky, Brendan Gallagher and Nick Suzuki responded for the Canadian, who finished a three-game road trip 0-2-1.

Samuel Montembeault made 29 saves.

CH will meet their supporters on Tuesday evening against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

The score was tied when Toropchenko and Schenn scored 3:03 apart early in the third period.

The first converted an escape and the second took advantage of a short pass from Kyrou, in the right mouth.

Saad made it 3-1 with a shot into the top corner at 13:03 of the second period.

One minute and 45 seconds later, Gallagher responded with his fourth goal of the season. He collected a fourth point in two games.

Posted in the left circle, he took a pass from Sean Monahan and hit the target with a sharp shot.

Thomas got the pin at 16:37 of the first period.

He created space escaping Mike Matheson before scoring with a wrist shot from the heart of the box.

Thomas has scored a goal in each of his last three games.

Kyrou scored at 1:24 before Slafkovsky answered at 4:01.

Early in the game, Schenn took a puck from behind the goal and headed it to the left mouth, where Kyrou scored his second goal of the season.

Slafkovsky, the first pick in the 2022 draft, broke the deadlock with his first goal of the campaign.

He hit the target from close range after a good exchange with Alex Newhook, along the ramp.

Gallagher caught the other pass in the sequence.

Hofer notably thwarted Cole Caufield at point blank range 12 minutes into the second period.

After Kapanen’s empty net, Suzuki successfully deflected a shot from Caufield.

Christian Dvorak of the Habs played his first game this season after a knee injury.

Rafaël Harvey-Pinard was out due to a lower-body injury suffered on Thursday in Arizona.

Monahan was trying to score in a fifth straight game.

The Blues are in a four-game homestand that also includes visits from the Jets and Coyotes on Tuesday and Thursday.

On Friday, the team won 4-1 against the New Jersey Devils.

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