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MONTREAL -- A lot of fingers were pointed lately at Max Pacioretty and his centre David Desharnais over the Montreal Canadiens weak goal production. Nike Air Force Φθηνα . That was put to rest, at least for now, on Tuesday night when Pacioretty got a natural hat trick in the second period and the Canadiens skated to a 6-2 NHL victory over the Minnesota Wild. Pacioretty picked up his first goals in 10 games since Oct. 12 in Vancouver, although he missed eight games with a leg injury during that stretch. "Theres a lot of things probably being said about me out there -- thats how it is in this business when youre not performing," said Pacioretty, who among other slights, had been criticized for being a "perimeter" player of late. "Everyone goes through it, but it felt good tonight. "You can look at stats all you want but I missed a lot of good opportunities lately. One game I had eight shots. It started getting into my head, thinking that I cant score, so its definitely a monkey off the back. The first one was lucky, off a skate and in, but you take them as they come." Desharnais got two assists, giving him three points in 20 games this season. Only last week, newly elected Montreal mayor Denis Coderre caused a stir when he suggested Desharnais be sent to the minors. He was scratched one game, but bounced back with better efforts of late. When he is on his game, the stocky centre is a clever passer and playmaker, although he only seems ever to click with Pacioretty. Part of the breakthrough came when coach Michel Therrien put tenacious right winger Brendan Gallagher on their unit. That threesome was Montreals best line in the second half of last season. And Pacioretty went hard to the front of the net for two of his goals. "Davy and I, our chemistry is at a level where he knows where Im going and he can throw blind passes, and thats what happened, said Pacioretty. "Gally gets everyone going. "Hes an energetic player. With him getting into the forecheck and disrupting the defence a little, all it takes is a split second. Hes a hound on the puck and he got us going." Michael Bournival, Daniel Briere and Alex Galchenyuk also scored for the Canadiens (11-9-2), who had tallied only 18 goals in their previous 11 games. Nino Niederreiter and Dany Heatley scored for the Wild (13-5-4), which ended a four-game winning streak and an eight-game undefeated run dating to a 5-1 loss to Chicago on Oct. 28. Minnesota looked nothing like the air-tight defensive club that was piling up wins in recent weeks. Once Paciorettys first goal went in, they put up little fight. Top defenceman Ryan Suter ended the night minus-3, while his partner Jonas Brodin was minus-4. Coach Mike Yeo wants to see the team push back Wednesday night in Ottawa. "Its all a matter how you take this one in," said Yeo. "If we just sit here and say weve been on a nice run and this was bound to happen, then I dont think we should expect much difference from tonight. "If this stings like it should, it should he motivating for us to win that game." Wild starter Josh Harding, one of the NHLs three stars for his three wins last week, was pulled in the second period after allowing three goals on 19 shots in favour of third-stringer Darcy Kuemper, who looked shaky in allowing three goals on nine shots. Yeo said pulling Harding was partly to keep him fresh to play in Ottawa. Harding has given up three only twice this season, both times to Montreal. At 2:57 of the second period, Paciorettys slump ended when he had a Desharnais pass go in off his skate from in front of the net. The Canadiens, coming off a 1-0 loss at home to the New York Rangers on Saturday night, had not scored since a Lars Eller goal at 7:34 of the second period of a 3-2 shootout win last Friday in Columbus. Pacioretty converted a spin-around pass from Desharnais at 10:06 at even strength and then ended Hardings night when he tipped in P.K. Subbans point shot on a power play at 13:36. Bournival came from behind the net and beat Kuemper inside the near post at 16:16. Briere one-timed Brian Giontas cross-ice pass behind Kuemper on a counter attack 4:42 into the third. Niederreiter spoiled Carey Prices shutout less than a minute later when he went to the net to bang in his own rebound after a feed from behind the net from Kyle Brodziak. Galchenyuk converted an Andrei Markov feed on a power play at 7:35. Then Heatley, a shadow of his former self this season, jammed in a goal on a power play with 1.3 seconds left in the game for only his third goal in 22 games. In his heyday as a 50-goal and 100-point man with the Ottawa Senators, Heatley -- along with Jason Spezza and Daniel Alfredsson -- terrorized the Canadiens. In 43 career games against Montreal, he has 25 goals and 52 points. Notes: Six goals was a season high scored for Montreal and allowed by Minnesota. . . Pacioretty got his second career hat trick (last: Feb. 9, 2012). . . Winger Rene Bourque (lower body) sat out and Ryan White returned to the Montreal lineup. . . Douglas Murray and George Parros were scratched. . . Minnesota sat out defenceman Matt Dumba. . .The Wild started a four-game road trip that takes them to Ottawa and then onto Winnipeg on Saturday and St. Louis on Monday. Nike Air Force Γυναικεια . Louis still looking for a way out of Tampa Bay, the 38-year-old NHL veteran isnt showing his cards. Nike Air Force 1 Φθηνα . -- Phil Hughes ended a personal losing streak that dated to last July, pitching into the seventh inning Sunday and helping the Twins top the Kansas City Royals 8-3 to avoid a three-game sweep.SAINT JOHN, N.B. - Zachary Moody scored the decisive goal in a shootout to lead the Quebec Remparts to a 3-2 victory over the Saint John Sea Dogs in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action on Sunday.Cody Donaghey and Kurt Etchegary scored in regulation for the Remparts (11-5-0), and Dmytro Timashov added a shoot-out goal.Juraj Siska found the back of the net three times for Saint John (9-3-3) — once in the first period, once in the third, and once in the shootout.Quebecs Callum Booth stopped 32 shots for the victory. Sea Dogs goaltender Sebastien Auger made 34 saves in the loss.---ISLANDERS 2 SCREAMING EAGLES 1CHARLOTTETOWN — Daniel Sprong had a power-play goal and an assist as the Islanders beat Cape Breton.Bradley Kennedy also had a power-play goal for Charlottetown (7-7-2), while Filip Chlapik assisted on both goals.Kyle Farrell scored the only goal for Cape Breton (7-8-2).---DRAKKAR 4 TITAN 3BATHURST, N.B. — Maxime St-Cyr scored twice to lead Baie-Comeau over the Titan.Bokondji Imama and Nicolas Meloche also scored for the Drakkar (11-5-1) while Valentin Zykov had two assists.Anthony Gingras, Aaron Kerr and Alexandre Gosselin scored for the Titan (5-10-1).---OLYMPIQUES 6 PHOENIX 4GATINEAU, Que. — The Olympiques scored four straight goals in the second period and held off a late comeback to edge the Phoenix.Fraser Turner, Joey Richard, Andrew Abou-Assaly and Alexandre Carrier all scored for the Olympiques (8-7-4) in the second frame, Louick Marcotte had a first-period, power-plaay goal, and Alexis Pepin rounded out the Gatineau offence with a power-play goal in the third. Nike Air Force 1 Sage Low Γυναικεια. Daniel Audette scored twice for Sherbrooke (12-5-0), which found the back of the net three times in the third period to make it a close game. Kay Schweri and Tim Wieser also scored.---OCEANIC 8 FOREURS 2RIMOUSKI, Que. — Alexis Loiseau scored two goals — including one shorthanded in the first period — as the Oceanic stormed past the Foreurs.Simon Tremblay also scored twice for Rimouski (13-4-1), Frederick Gauthier had a power-play goal, Michael Joly added another shorthanded, and Tyler Boland, and Christopher Clapperton added single goals.Julien Gauthier and Jeremie Fraser replied for Val-dOr (5-11-1).---WILDCATS 6 CATARACTES 5SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Ivan Barbashev scored three times and set up one more as Moncton slipped past the Cataractes.Stephen Johnson, Vladimir Tkachev and Zachary Malatesta each had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (9-7-0).Gabriel Slight had a pair of goals for Shawinigan (8-8-2) while Evan Scott, Giovanni Fiore and Sebastien Gauthier added a goal apiece.---TIGRES 9 MOOSEHEADS 0VICTORIAVILLE, Ont. — Antoine Marcoux and Angelo Miceli each scored twice and Samuel Blais had a goal and three assists as the Tigres hammered Halifax.Julien Proulx, Carl Marois, Gabriel Gagne and Jordan Ty Fournier also scored for Victoriaville (8-5-2) as Brandon Whitney made 33 saves for the shutout.Kevin Resop stopped 26-of-35 shots for the Mooseheads (5-9-2).--- ' ' '

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