One hundred great plays, by both teams.
In the purest distillation of playoff hockey we’ve seen in this series, Patrice Brisebois’s goal stood up and Carey Price posted the first – but, trust me, not the last –
Michel Bergeron, on the CKAC morning show, suggests Canadiens defencemen start moving forward to outnumber Bruins who are clogging the neutral zone. Hanging back on the blueline is
Opening wide on June 20th: The Love Guru. Mike Myers plays an Indian swami hired as a consultant by the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Justin Timberlake does a French acccent
... that the screaming gladiator on TV is one of my acid flashbacks.
That dipstick didn't REALLY walk up from the Senators' room onto centre ice.
What a pathetic, jive
Having come up with the rock 'em/sock 'em strategy Boston needed to slow down the Canadiens, Pierre McGuire, on Melnick's show today, talked about how to counter it.
No need to panic ... yet.
Canadiens lead the series 2-1. Last night's game could have gone either way – albeit a cruel and unjust way had the Canadiens
Bruins had to win the game.
A screwed up line change in OT, a delayed penalty and Marc Savrd had an open net for the first playoff goal
Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good, especially on nights when a good team doesn't play all that well.
I don't know how much time Canadiens coaches will
Canadiens fly to Boston tonight, but I'm betting it will be a while before they can board their charter.
First they have to get through the metal detector with
Alex Vincent has e-mailed me to explain why the law of averages won't help the Bruins end their 12-game losing streak against the Canadiens.