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Sunday, 02.20.2011 / 6:50 PM

By Shawn P. Roarke - NHL.com Senior Managing Editor / NHL Heritage Classic chatter

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Ice is broken
Montreal took two tripping penalties in rapid succession to set up Calgary for the game-opening goal.

At the 6:11 mark, P.K. Subban was whistled for tripping Tom Kostopoulos in the corner. Thirty-three seconds later, Hal Gill went to the box after committing a trip at his own blue line.

Carey Price started the 5-on-3 kill well by robbing Bourque early in the two-man advantage. But, Bourque got even when he tipped a shot past price at the 8:09 mark.

Gill was playing in his first game after returning from injury, Defenseman James Wisniewski also played in the game, despite taking a puck to the cheek just three days earlier. He had to play with a full shield. Mike Cammalleri also returned to the lineup after a long absence.

With those returns, Alexandre Picard and Tom Pyatt were Montreal's scratches.
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