Smack Phil Kessel.
Smack him early and smack him hard.
Kessel has the rep of being a soft player. It’s time to test his mettle.
It’s also time to make the Canadiens zone a hazardous area for Bruins skaters. Wh
Anaheim to the golf course.
We won't have to endure another minute of Pronger and Bertuzzi.
The two part-time workers, Selanne and Niedermayer, won't be hoisting the Stanley Cup.
A classic, posted by HNS to the main site:
May the Canadiens need a pre-game brawl to wake up. Just as long as you're not the one
RDS reports Patrice Bergeron may play in Game
Because Canadiens fans need a laugh even more than we needed one on Friday, here's Kovalev II.
The Canadiens will have the advantage of diminished expectations tomorrow night: No one in the 514 or 450 area codes thinks they'll win.
We know our hockey in
Canadiens come home reeling in a series they led 3-1.
The Bruins scored four – FOUR! – third period goals to even the series and force Game 7 Monday
I inadvertently screwed up this post and made everything I'd written disappear into the ether like Michael Ryder's scoring touch.
Comments are still here, though, and I've started the
RDS set a ratings record last night, one that is certain to last – till tomorrow.
Game 5 drew an average audinece of 1,737,000 viewers, becoming the most-watched program