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Late Weber goal moves Canadiens to 6-0-1

(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

NEW YORK (AP) Shea Weber came through with a late goal to get the NHL-leading Montreal Canadiens another big win.

Weber's power-play goal with 2:57 remaining lifted the Canadiens to their fifth straight victory, 3-2 over the New York Islanders on Wednesday night. Paul Byron and Phillip Danault also scored to help Montreal improve to 6-0-1 and remain the only team in the NHL without a regulation loss.

"It's still early but we've done some good things so far," Weber said after getting his third goal and ninth point since being acquired in a big offseason trade with Nashville. "Got to keep winning games. It doesn't mean anything if we lose two, three in a row. We got to keep getting better every night."


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1 S. Weber, Mon10
2 D. Helm, Det9
3t B. Marchand, Bos8
3t M. Methot, Ott8
3t D. Pastrnak, Bos8
6t N. Beaulieu, Mon7
6t P. Kane, Chi7
6t E. Karlsson, Ott7
6t K. Russell, Edm7
10t A. Anisimov, Chi6
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2t C. Anderson, Ott4
2t M. Fleury, Pit4
4t J. Allen, StL3
4t B. Bishop, TB3
4t P. Budaj, LA3
4t D. Dubnyk, Min3
4t M. Jones, SJ3
4t H. Lundqvist, NYR3
4t R. Luongo, Fla3
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