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NEW YORK (AP) — After his team’s first four skaters in the shootout couldn’t beat goalie Thomas Greiss Philadelphia Flyers T-Shirts Authentic , Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien decided to go with the right-handed Joel Armia instead of Charles Hudon.The move paid off.Armia scored in the fifth round on the first shootout attempt of his career to lift the Canadiens over the New York Islanders 4-3 on Monday night.“We knew the glove side was the place to go, and you saw our lefties go to their backhand,” Julien said. “We had Hudie on our list there to go, but he was a left shot, so we opted for Armie, who has a quick release, and I thought that was going to give us the better chance.”Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin each had a goal and an assist, Artturi Lehkonen also scored and Noah Juulsen added two assists. The Canadiens rallied from a 3-1 deficit after 20 minutes to win for the fifth time in the last six meetings with the Islanders.“Everybody knew we weren’t as good as we can be in the first period,” Armia said. “I think everybody knew that if we’re going to have a chance to win this game, we’re going to have to be a lot better, and I think we did a pretty good job of that.”Antti Niemi started in place of Carey Price and made 21 saves before stopping all five of New York’s attempts in the shootout. Montreal has won seven of 11 (7-3-1).“We are a resilient group,” Domi said. “We bounced back and it was good to see. We know what it takes to win. It’s fun. Winning is great. When you come back to win in another team’s arena, it’s even better.”Casey Cizikas scored twice and Valtteri Filppula also had a goal for the Islanders Philadelphia Flyers Hoodies Authentic , who snapped a season-high five-game winning streak. Greiss stopped 32 shots.“We were awful, plain and simple,” New York coach Barry Trotz said. “The right team won tonight. That was our worst game of the year.”The Islanders went on the power play with 27 seconds left in regulation when the Canadiens were caught with too many men on the ice but came up empty on the man advantage for the fourth time in the game.Trailing by two after 20 minutes, the Canadiens came out with increased intensity in the second. They outshot the Islanders 15-6 and pulled within one with a power-play goal late in the period. Domi fired a shot from the right circle that beat a screened Greiss on the goalie’s blocker side with 4:24 remaining. It was Domi’s eighth goal and team-leading 15th point.Montreal nearly tied it almost two minutes later on another power play, but Jeff Petry’s shot hit the goalpost.The Canadiens then tied it at 7:43 of the third when Lehkonen scored on a tip in front on a long shot by Juulsen.“We had a slow start that first period and we weren’t ourselves,” Julien said. “We talked about what we needed to do … and what needed to get better and I guess the guys just responded well.“That’s what you need to see. Not every game is going to be perfect. How you react to certain situations is important. I thought our reaction after the first was extremely good.”The Islanders got on the scoreboard first when Cizikas knocked in a loose puck off a rebound of Adam Pelech’s shot from above the left faceoff circle 4:04 into the game for his first goal in eight games.The lead lasted less than two minutes. Drouin got a pass from Domi and beat Greiss from the left circle for his fourth at 5:59.Filppula regained the lead for New York just 1:45 later. Komarov stole the puck from Brendan Gallagher and skated up the left side on a 2-on-1 rush, went around a sliding Canadiens defenseman and passed it in front to Filppula, who beat Niemi glove side with his fifth.Cizikas skated up the left side on a 2-on-1 with Ross Johnston and tried to send a pass to his teammate. It deflected back to him off the skate of Montreal’s Jordie Benn, and Cizikas beat Niemi for his fifth. It gave him his first multigoal game since Oct. 7, 2017, against Buffalo.NOTES: Domi has eight goals and four assists in his last 10 games. … The teams play two more times this season, on March 14 at the Nassau Coliseum, and March 21 at Montreal. … Islanders president and general manager Lou Lamoriello became the third GM in NHL history to be in charge for 2 Philadelphia Flyers Hats Authentic ,400 games, joining David Poile (2,704) and Glen Sather (2,700). … Bailey snapped an eight-game point streak.UP NEXTCanadiens: At the New York Rangers on Tuesday night.Islanders: At Tampa Bay on Thursday night to open a two-game trip to Florida. HERNING, Denmark (AP) Danish hockey is on the rise, even though the Danish hockey team has been knocked out of the world championships.The national team’s early elimination at its first world championships on home ice can hardly overshadow the boost the tournament has given the sport in the country.”I hope it spreads awareness of hockey in Denmark for a lot of families and hopefully they’ll try to get their kids to play hockey,” Columbus Blue Jackets forward Oliver Bjorkstrand said. ”Hopefully it gets more hockey kids involved and more media attention on hockey, of course. It’s something we’re hoping for at this tournament.”The progress has been obvious.In 2003, Denmark advanced to the top international division for the first time in 54 years and has not been relegated since. The country reached the quarterfinals twice and managed to beat big teams, including the United States.Center Frans Nielsen then opened a new era in 2007 by joining the New York Islanders. Currently with the Detroit Red Wings, Nielsen has 423 points in the NHL with 152 goals and 271 assists in 764 games.Others soon followed.Denmark currently has seven players in the NHL, and five of them played for their country at this year’s worlds, including Nielsen and Bjorkstrand. The others were Toronto Maple Leafs No. 1 goaltender Frederik Andersen and two San Jose Sharks forwards Custom Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys , Jannik Hansen and Mikkel Boedker.In 2011, Hansen became the first Dane to play the Stanley Cup finals with the Vancouver Canucks.At the world championships, Denmark beat Germany, Finland, Norway and South Korea but lost to Latvia 1-0 on Tuesday and missed out on the quarterfinals.Perhaps the absence of two Danish forwards currently busy in the NHL playoffs played a role in that.Lars Eller has five goals and seven assists in 15 playoff games for the Washington Capitals, who lead their Eastern Conference final against the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1. Nikolaj Ehlers had a 60-point regular season with 29 goals and 31 assists for the Winnipeg Jets and has seven assists in the Western Conference final against the Vegas Golden Knights. That series is tied 1-1.”That’s been a long way (for Danish hockey),” Nielsen said. ”It’s been incredible and we’re proud of where we are today.”At this year’s worlds, Denmark enjoyed huge support from the roaring home fans mostly wearing red and white jerseys at their games in Herning. After the victories, the crowd and players sang the Danish national anthem together.”The whole city backs us up here,” said Nielsen, who is from Herning. ”It’s been incredible.”