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Ducks bounce back, beat Canadiens, 3-2

MONTREAL -- It will take special resolve for the Anaheim Ducks to reach where they're aiming. So Thursday's 2-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre was something they'll want to remember. Coming off a lopsided loss in Toronto, confronting a tie game in front of a packed road crowd hoping to cap a special evening with a victory, Ducks forward Matt Beleskey scored the deciding goal 8 minutes, 33 seconds into the third period. And goalie Frederik Andersen, playing in his 20th consecutive game with his team on the seventh night of a Canadian trip, turned in perhaps his strongest performance with a 23-save effort. "That's a tough hockey team, we're on a long trip, but I was ...

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