|DAL||0||1||0||(0 - 0)||1|
|MTL||1||1||0||(0 - 0)||2|
Michael Bournival also scored for Montreal (8-5-0), which has won three of its last four games.
Cody Eakin replied for Dallas (5-6-1), which remained last in the Central Division.
Dallas outshot the Canadiens 27-24.
Both teams had played the night before, with Montreal winning 2-0 in New York and the Stars taking a 4-3 decision in coach Lindy Ruff's return to Buffalo. Neither side had a lot of energy.
The Canadiens struck first as Raphael Diaz lofted a wrist shot from the point to the far post that Bournival tipped off defenceman Stephane Robidas and past Kari Lehtonen at 12:02 of the first. The rookie Bournival has three goals and four assists in his last seven games.
Bourque put in a Diaz rebound 12:55 into the middle frame.
Dallas struck back when Eakin used P.K. Subban as a screen and fooled Price with a medium speed wrist shot from outside the circles at 17:27.
The Stars pressed for the equalizer in the third period but ran into a Montreal side playing conservative, defensive hockey.
Notes: Travis Moen, who took a puck in the face Saturday, sat out a second game, so Louis Leblanc played. . . Montreal's injured include Max Pacioretty, Daniel Briere, Brandon Prust and Alexei Emelin. . . Ryan Garbutt, Kevin Connauton and Travis Morin were scratched for Dallas. . . Ryan White and Michael Blunden each played his 100th NHL game.
The Numbers Game – October 29, 2013
|Francis Bouillon Fighting (maj) against Antoine Roussel|
|Antoine Roussel Fighting (maj) against Francis Bouillon|
|Shawn Horcoff Hooking against Alex Galchenyuk|
|Alex Goligoski Hi-sticking against Lars Eller|
|Trevor Daley Holding against Rene Bourque|
|Douglas Murray Interference against Jamie Benn|
|Brendan Gallagher Interference on goalkeeper against Kari Lehtonen|
|Kari Lehtonen Roughing against Brendan Gallagher|
|SA: 24||TOI: 59:17|
|Saves: 22||EV: 17 - 19|
|PIM: 2||PP: 5 - 5|
|SV%: .917||SH: 0 - 0|
|SA: 27||TOI: 59:57|
|Saves: 26||EV: 25 - 26|
|PIM: 0||PP: 1 - 1|
|SV%: .963||SH: 0 - 0|