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It was his fourth goal of the season, at 12:57 of the first, coming off a feed from Cheap Mikko Rantanen Jersey China. He beat Canadiens rookie goaltender Cheap Cayden Primeau Jersey China with the shot over his right leg pad, giving the Cheap Colorado Avalanche Jerseys China a 2-0 lead.

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Landeskog, 27, Colorado’s captain who missed 16 games, confirmed Coach Jared Bednar’s decision to activate him just before pregame warmups at Bell Centre. Throughout the course of the injury, the team was vague about details. Landeskog didn’t elaborate much either, but did confirm that surgery was not involved.

“We didn’t know what it was. It was something minor, we got it taken care of, but the pain was still there,” said Landeskog, who had previously been skating in practices with a non-contact jersey on. “We looked into it … and I had to sit out.”

Colorado kept up an impressive pace without Landeskog. The Avalanche now have a five-game winning streak, and have been victorious in seven of the past nine.

“One thing is that we haven’t settled for anything less than full effort for 60 minutes,” Landeskog said. “That’s what we are trying to accomplish, night in and night out.”

The Avalanche, who also received goals from Matt Calvert and Ryan Graves at Montreal, have four forwards in double digits in goals: Nathan MacKinnon (18); Joonas Donskoi (12); Andre Burakovsky (11); and Nazem Kadri (10).

“Their whole team is really fast, but they definitely have some fast guys up front,” said Primeau, who was making his NHL debut. “That’s what I felt was the biggest adjustment. I tried to take it as if it was any other game.”

Colorado’s depth was on display, without Landeskog, and will only increase with him back in the lineup. He finished with 20 shifts and 18:34 time on the ice in the win.

“He’s our leader and he’s a big part of our team, both five-on-five and special teams,” Bednar said. “We’re excited to have him back. We are starting to get a little more healthy.”

Landeskog had three goals and seven points through 11 games before the injury. After losing their first four games without him, the Avalanche went 9-3.

“I’m not surpised in any way,” Landeskog said. “It’s been the story in years past as well. When guys go down, others have stepped up and done very well. I’m not surprised.”

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MONTREAL — Carey Price made 17 saves for his first shutout of the season, and the Cheap Montreal Canadiens Jerseys China defeated the Cheap Minnesota Wild Jerseys China 4-0 at Bell Centre on Thursday.

It was Price’s 45th NHL shutout, one behind Ken Dryden for third among Montreal goalies.

Victor Mete and Nick Suzuki each scored their first NHL goal, and Joel Armia had a power-play goal in the first period for Montreal (3-2-2), which scored three times in 4:46.

Brendan Gallagher made it 4-0 with an unassisted goal at 12:40 of the third for the Canadiens, who won two of the final three games of their four-game homestand (2-2-0).

Alex Stalock made 29 saves for the Wild (1-6-0), who matched their worst start through the first seven games of a season. They were 1-6-0 in 2009-10.

Mete made it 1-0 at 14:37 when he scored from the slot. It was his first goal in 127 games, the most played by a Canadiens player for their first NHL goal.

Montreal went up 2-0 when Armia scored his fourth goal at 17:32.

Suzuki scored in his seventh NHL game to make it 3-0 at 19:23, five seconds after the Canadiens’ third power play of the period ended.

Max Domi had an assist on Suzuki’s goal to extend his point streak to four games (two goals, three assists).

Mete and Suzuki are the 12th pair of Canadiens to each score their first NHL goal in the same game. The feat was last accomplished by Chris Higgins and Alexander Perezhogin in a 4-3 win at the New York Rangers on Oct. 6, 2005.

Minnesota has allowed two goals in less than two minutes in each of its six losses.