Cammalleri, Halak Lead Habs Past Pens 3-1
By ALAN ROBINSON
AP Sports Writer
PITTSBURGH (AP) – Mike Cammalleri scored two goals, Jaroslav
Halak made 38 saves in a performance much like that during
Montreal's first-round upset of Washington and the Canadiens
surprised the Pittsburgh Penguins by winning 3-1 on Sunday.
Brian Gionta also scored as Montreal, playing without injured
defenseman Andrei Markov, bounced back from a 6-3 loss in Game 1
and an early 1-0 Pittsburgh lead to even the Eastern Conference
semifinal series at one game each.
Game 3 is Tuesday night in Montreal, followed by Game 4 on
Thursday. The first playoff series between the teams since 1998
returns to Pittsburgh for Game 5 on Saturday.
Halak, pulled after allowing five goals on 20 shots in Game 1,
made big save after big save as the Canadiens won despite being