Discussion in 'Hockey Talk' started by deuvl, Apr 22, 2014.
Another one goal game. 'Stayin' Alive' by the Bee Gees seems more appropriate now.
Starting to smell like San Jose 2014 in Habs land.
No better time for Price to hand the Sens their first shutout of the season. Hope we get the Wings.
All these early whistles are starting to annoy me. Not that Montreal wouldn't have won that game without that call but really Ottawa should've gotten that goal.
Preds got robbed of a chance in the Chicago crease thanks to a whistle too and Pekka Rinne caught a puck and before he could drop it to the ice the whistle went.
Habs get a break as Tampa takes it to game 7. One extra game to have players get pummelled before heading to Mtl.
it begins again tonight against the bolts for the third time in habs history. both previous series were sweeps split between them. should be a 6-7 game affair.
or not. could end in 4. Thunderstruck by AC/DC now the new theme song.
One point one seconds left in regulation and the Habs give up the winner just when it looked like their relentless game-long onslaught against the Bolts would force OT.
Instead, it now looks like next year country in Montreal...
Not so fast. Up 5-1 after 2. We get free wings when 5 goals are scored by the Habs.
An uphill climb but with Price in net and the bolts coming off a 7 game series it could still happen.
6-2 the final.
Taylor Swift's 1989 prediction may yet happen.
Not the rider one of course. No way.
And a two. Habs never returned from 0-3 in their history. 0 for 10 in their lifetime.
Koenig couldn't make it to Ottawa Comiccon so I'll make due with Allison Mack.
First time in Habs history they force a game 6 after trailing 0-3.
Way to go, Montreal!
Les Habitants were my NHL team from the late 60's on, and remained my team of choice until the Flames finally arrived in 1980.
It wasn't easy being a Canadiens fan in Calgary back then since virtually everyone and his brother cheered on the 'mighty' Maple Leafs, and you got a long sideways glance from a lot of folks if you didn't...
But on the ice, the Beliveaus, Lafleurs, Cournoyers, Mahovoliches, Richards, Tremblays and Robinsons made it a very easy choice indeed.
I am a Flames loyalist to the bitter end, and will cheer them on until there is nothing left this season to cheer for.
But if the Flames can't be there, I hope Montreal is.
Looks like we got you on board til at least tomorrow.
Still the Flames deserve a huge pat on the back for their improbable playoff run.
and it's over. now 22 years and counting for Canada.
I didn't get to see the game, but I'm sorry Montreal's run is over.
Sometimes it seems like a team from the homeland is never gonna hoist Lord Stanley's Cup again...
I've really grown tired of watching American squads parade the trophy around ad nauseum
year after year...
a Canadian Stanley cup captain and a Canadian conn smythe winner eases the pain.
Just as good...
and of course a Canadian coach. that makes 6 years in a row of those.