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Coyotes dress emergency goalie vs. Canadiens

After backup Anders Lindback is injured, Arizona calls up local man

by Jerry Brown / Correspondent

Coyotes summon emergency goalie

Coyotes sign emergency goalie hour before game

Following an injury to Anders Lindback shortly before game time, the Arizona Coyotes were forced to sign men's league goalie, Nathan Schoenfeld

  • 01:17 •

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Nathan Schoenfeld got the chance to serve as Arizona Coyotes backup goalie against the Montreal Canadiens on Monday after Anders Lindback sustained a lower-body injury during an off-ice activity prior to warmups. 

With starter Louis Domingue the only healthy goaltender on their roster, the Coyotes called on Schoenfeld, who played for Arizona State University's club team and more recently in a local men's league.

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game recap

Six Coyotes score in win

Arizona has season high in goals against Canadiens

by Jerry Brown / Correspondent

Duclair's power-play goal

MTL@ARI: Duclair puts rebound home for PPG

2/15/16: Anthony Duclair collects a rebound and fires it past the glove of Mike Condon for the power-play goal, giving the Coyotes a 2-1 lead

  • 00:52 •

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Coyotes started Monday scrambling to find a backup goalie. They ended it with a big win behind their biggest offensive output in more than a year.

Martin Hanzal and Oliver Ekman-Larsson each had a goal and two assists to help the Coyotes to a 6-2 victory against the Montreal Canadiens at Gila River Arena on Monday.

Anthony Duclair had a goal and an assist, and Brad Richardson, Kevin Connauton and Antoine Vermette each scored for the Coyotes (26-24-6), who had 13 of 18 skaters get at least one point and swept the Canadiens in a season series for the first time in franchise history.

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game preview

Condon starts for Canadiens; Domingue in net for Coyotes

Arizona expected to play seven defensemen again

by Jerry Brown / Correspondent

CANADIENS (27-25-4) at COYOTES (25-24-6)

TV: 9 p.m. ET; FS-A, RDS, SNE, NHL.TV

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - The Montreal Canadiens and Arizona Coyotes are both desperate to use their game Monday to get on a winning streak and climb back into Stanley Cup Playoff contention in their respective conferences. 

The Canadiens are 12th in the Eastern Conference, six points behind the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning in the battle for the two wild-card spots in the East. Montreal won three straight games before losing 6-4 against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday. They have lost 10 of the past 14 (4-9-1) and can't afford to slip further back.

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