Skjei, Zibanejad and Lundqvist lead Rangers past Canadiens

Henrik Lundqvist bounced back after getting roughed up the previous night and helped the New York Rangers get their first win of the season.

The veteran goalie stopped 34 shots for his 62nd career shutout to lead the Rangers to a 2-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night.

Lundqvist was stellar in getting his 406th career win one night after getting pulled after giving up five goals in the first period of an 8-5 loss at Toronto. He is now one away from tying Glenn Hall for ninth place on the NHL’s career wins list.

After Josh Ho-Sang was denied on a right pad save by Allen, Blues defenseman Carl Gunnarsson was assessed a slashing penalty, giving the Islanders a two-man advantage. But they failed to capitalize and were 0 for 6 overall on the power play.

“The power play is a bit overwhelmed,” Weight added. “It’s a big point, good fight back we had.”

Greiss was victimized for five goals in the Islanders’ season-opening 5-0 loss at Columbus before he was replaced midway through by Jaroslav Halak, who earned the victory Cheap Custom Jerseys in the team’s 6-3 home-opening win over the Buffalo Sabres.

The Islanders visit the Blues on Nov. 11 to complete the season series . The Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Blues continued to be without injured forward Alex Steen and defenseman Jay Bouwmeester. … Islanders forward Cal Clutterbuck missed his second straight game with a hip injury. … Defensemen Dennis Seidenberg and Ryan Pulock were scratched by the Islanders.

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