Habs drop low-scoring affair to Talbot, Rangers

Carey Price makes a save against Chris Kreider during the first period at the Bell Centre. (Eric...

Carey Price makes a save against Chris Kreider during the first period at the Bell Centre. (Eric Bolte/USA TODAY Sports)

CHRIS STEVENSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:14 PM ET

MONTREAL - So the New York Rangers hadn’t won a game here since St. Patrick’s Day 2009 -- which would be enough to drive any Blueshirts fan to drink, not that you need an excuse in this wonderful city.

So, if you’re the Rangers, who you gonna call to end their dry stretch?

Turns out it takes goaltender Cam Talbot and his Ghostbusters-themed mask to take down the Montreal Canadiens Saturday night at the Bell Centre.

A power-play goal by Rangers captain Ryan Callahan at 5:25 of the second period opened the scoring and ended goalie Carey Price’s shutout streak at 258 minutes and 28 seconds and was all the Rangers needed in what turned out to be a 1-0 win.


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