MONTREAL—If there were any lingering doubts in James Reimer’s mind, Montreal was the place to lay them to rest.
And if there were any demons to confront, then the Maple Leafs’ 6-0 win over the Canadiens at the Bell Centre on Saturday night might well have been the game to exorcise them.
Reimer was stellar if not spectacular in besting Habs goalie Carey Price in a game that gave a small but vocal contingent from Leafs Nation plenty to cheer.
Phil Kessel scored his second goal in two games — on the beleaguered power play, no less — in what was a three-point night. Captain Dion Phaneuf added a goal and an assist, only his second and third points of the season and first since the season-opener.
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