SUNRISE, Fla. -- Scott Clemmensen got the best of the Montreal Canadiens yet again. Brian Campbell, Aleksander Barkov and Dmitry Kulikov each scored goals to lift the Florida Panthers over the Canadiens 4-1 on Sunday night. Sean Bergenheim added an empty-net goal with 17 seconds left, and Tom Gilbert had two assists. Clemmensen stopped 21 shots for the Panthers, who broke a three-game losing streak and beat Montreal for the second time this month. Clemmensen is 8-1 against the Canadiens. "Im aware of it but I think its a little bit of a coincidence," Clemmensen said. "Its just a team that weve matched up well against for some reason. Ive been fortunate in these games against them to get a lot of help in front of me." Clemmensen started in place of Tim Thomas, who is being held out to give him more time to recover from a groin injury that has forced him to miss eight games. "I think it was the right decision," Panthers coach Peter Horachek said. "The more time we can give him now, we wont have a reoccurrence." Brandon Prust scored for the Canadiens, and Peter Budaj made 21 saves. Montreal lost for the first time in three games. Florida stretched its lead to 3-1 on Barkovs goal in the second period. Gilberts shot from the slot was tipped in at 14:29 by Barkov, who has seven points in six games. The Canadiens had a goal disallowed for the second time in the game with 12:37 left. Danny Briere swept a loose puck into the net, but it was ruled that Alex Galchenyuk prevented Clemmensen from playing his position before the shot. "I think it was a good call. I was in the crease, and the guy came in behind me and kind of pushed me out," Clemmensen said. The Canadiens also appeared to score with 6:34 remaining in the first, but the goal was waved off because Brian Gionta was called for knocking the puck down with a high stick at the blue line. "I think I went my first 11 years without getting a goal called back on me," Clemmensen said. "This is my 13th year pro, and last year I had one and already a couple this year." Canadiens coach Michel Therrien strongly disagreed with the calls. "Its really frustrating. The first goal that they refused, Gionta said it never touched the stick," Therrien said. "The second goal, it was clearly a crosscheck by them against Galchenyuk. So its one of those nights." Other players wouldnt blame the disallowed goals for the defeat. "Its deflating, but thats not why we lost," Gionta said. "We didnt play a good all-around game. They deserved to win. We didnt have the effort we needed." Montreal tied it 1-1 in the second period on Prusts goal. Prust picked up the puck while sliding through the slot and wristed a shot on net. The puck deflected in off Clemmensen at 2:56. "I think it went in off his blocker," Prust said. "You just turn and fire the puck. When youre in front of the net, you just shoot it." The Panthers reclaimed the lead less than two minutes later. A shot by Campbell bounced off Budaj and popped up in the air over his head. The puck hit the ice in front and went in off Budajs skate to make it 2-1. The goal was originally credited to Barkov, and Campbell didnt realize the goal belonged to him until after the game. "I was in position, and it went straight up," Budaj said. "Its tough luck and a bad rebound. Id like to have that one back." The Panthers took a 1-0 lead on Kulikovs goal in the first period during 4-on-4 play. Kulikov took a pass from Tomas Fleischmann in the left circle and beat Budaj on the stick side at 6:10. The goal was Kulikovs first in 28 games. NOTES: Florida forward Tomas Kopecky played in his 500th NHL game. ... Budaj got the start over Carey Price, who played Saturday night at Tampa Bay. ... The attendance of 19,891 was Floridas largest crowd of the season. Cheap Nike Shoes From China . PETERSBURG, Fla. 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"Were playing well as a team," said Subban, who has 11 points in seven post-season games. "Im just the beneficiary of the guys playing well around me, supporting me. "It starts in goal. Well, it actually starts with our coaching staff and making sure everybody is feeling confident. Were doing it together. It starts with Pricey. From our defence to our forwards. Were sticking together. When we had adversity, were sticking together doing the right things. "Its fun to play on teams where you know guys are going to support you." Lars Eller and fourth-line digger Dale Weise also had a goal and an assist each and Tomas Plekanec scored Montreals other goal. Patrice Bergeron and Andrej Meszaros scored for the Bruins. Subban became the third Canadiens defencemen to have three consecutive games of more than one point in the playoffs, after Larry Robinson in 1978 and 1987 and J.C. Tremblay in 1971. Robinsons 1978 streak stretched to five games. While Montreal has the lead in the series and has wrestled home-ice advantage from the Bruins, the series between the long-time rivals is hardly over. Boston outshot Montreal 28-26, had the Canadiens hemmed in their end for long stretches, and looked nothing like a team that is overmatched and demoralized. But unlike the first two games, they were unable to erase a two-goal Montreal lead as their frantic third-period comeback fell short and Eller ended it with an empty-net goal with three seconds left on the clock. "I dont think we played badly, we just made stupid mistakes that ended up costing us the game," said Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask. "We have to get rid of those, and keep playing like were playing. "Youre three goals behind and its tough. You battle back, but times running out. We have to try to get that lead and play with the lead." For the third straight game in the series, the Canadiens held a 3-1 lead in the third period but, this time they didnt let it slip away. In Game 2 on Saturday in Boston, the Bruins scored four goals in the final 10 minutes for a 5-3 comeback win. This time, they got one back, but it wasnt enough. Rask was pulled with 2:20 left to play. Only four seconds later, Meszaros beat Price with a high shot through traffic off a feed from Milan Lucic. Eller said the Canadiens may finally be getting a hang of retaining the lead. "We learned a little bit from the last game and we didnt panic," said the Danish centre, who has eight points in seven post-season games afteer a disappointing regular season.dddddddddddd "You know they are going to come hard when youre down by two. They gave it all theyve got and we were prepared for it and held strong." "We werent as good as them in the first period and that cost us," countered Bruins forward Jarome Iginla. "After that, we were playing catch-up. "We found a way to get ourselves back in it, but the first period was the biggest difference in the game. We werent as sharp as them early." Canadian anthem singer Ginette Reno had the 21,273 at the Bell Centre at maximum loudness to start the game, but after an early flurry, the Bruins took control of the puck through the first 10 minutes of play. Then Michael Bournival made a gritty play to get the puck around the boards to Subban, who left it for Thomas Vanek for a diagonal pass that gave Plekanec a shot into an open side for his third of the playoffs at 10:57. Subban was sent off for roughing after a high hit on Reilly Smith that also took out Vanek, sending the Austrian to the clinic with an apparent right leg problem. He returned for the second period. "I spoke to him after and he said "Im fine, dont worry about it," said Subban. "I was pretty happy to see him back there skating. Obviously I dont want to hurt my own teammates with a body check, but sometimes that happens." As Subbans penalty ended, Rask neglected to alert his teammates by banging his stick on the ice. That left the defenceman open to collect Ellers pass, go in on a breakaway, put a deke on Rask and score on a low forehand shot at 14:44. Mike Weaver blocked a shot that went to Daniel Briere, who sent Weise in on a breakaway with a pass up the middle. The fourth-line winger beat Rask between the pads for a three-goal lead at 13:52 of the second. But Bergeron won a face-off from Plekanec in the Montreal zone and reached across himself to deflect Torey Krugs point shot past Price with 2:12 left in the middle period. That put the Bruins in comeback mode. But despite pushing hard, they managed only seven third-period shots. "We were very solid playing with the lead," said Montreal coach Michel Therrien, who caused a surprise by tweaking his lines, moving Vanek to the second unit with Plekanec and putting Brendan Gallagher on the top line. "We wanted energy on each line," he said. "Gallagher brings energy to any line he plays on. And Vanek made a heck of a play on the first goal, so I was pleased with the players." Notes: As expected, the Canadiens put Douglas Murray in the lineup for the first time in the post-season in place of Francis Bouillon. Travis Moen went in for Brandon Prust. Ryan White, George Parros and Jarred Tinordi were scratched. . . Gallagher celebrated his 22nd birthday. . . The Bruins made no changes, with Matt Barkowski, Justin Florek and Corey Potter sitting out. ' ' '