Game 18: Price, Habs blank Flyers

Canadiens goalie Carey Price makes an acrobatic save Tuesday night vs. the Philadelphia Flyers.
Phil Carpenter, Gazette

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The Gazette

Andrei Markov may be out of the lineup for an indefinite period but the
Canadiens didn’t miss a beat Tuesday night as they defeated the
Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 behind a superb goaltending performance from
Carey Price.

Price made 41 saves for his third shutout of the
season as outduelled the Flyers’ rookie goaltending sensation Sergei
Bobrovsky to boost his record to 11-5-1. The Flyers arrived in Montreal
as the second-highest scoring team in the National Hockey League but
failed to score despite outshooting the Canadiens 41-28..

teams played a key role as the Canadiens extended their current winning
streak to four games. The Canadiens scored during a five-on-three
advantage in the first period and denied the Flyers when they had a
similar advantage in the second period.

Michael Cammalleri, who
was playing the point on the power play in Markov’s absence, opened the
scoring when he jumped into the high slot and took a pass Brian Gionta
at 9:36 of the first period.

Gionta completed a three-point night
when he scored a power-play goal at 6:24 of the third period. His pass
from behind the net went in off the skate of Philadelphia defenceman
Kimmo Timomen. Kimmo

The Canadiens were 1-for-7 on the night and
have gone 8-for-22 over the past four games. The Flyers went 0-for-5
against a Montreal penalty-killing unit that ranks No. 2 in the NHL.

Plekanec gave the Canadiens a 2-0 lead when he scored from the faceoff
circle to the left of Bobrovsky at 13:48 of the second period. Plekanec
pulled up in front of Timonen and appeared to be looking to pass the
puck and he caught Bobrovsky by surprise with his shot.

the game, the Canadiens announced that Markov suffered an injury to his
right knee Saturday when he had a knee-to-knee collision with Carolina’s
Eric Staal. A team spokesman described it as a “long-term” injury. A
more precise prognosis should be available on the weekend after Markov
confers with Dr. Anthony Miniaci at the Cleveland Clinic.

an Ontario native and a longtime Canadiens fan, operated on Markov this
year after the defenceman suffered torn ligaments in the right knee in
the second-round playoff series against Pittsburgh.

Picard replaced Markov and showed no rust after seven games as a healthy
scratch. He was plus-1 for the night and is plus-8 for the season.

Canadiens played most of the third period without Jeff Halpern, who was
drilled into the boards by Darroll Powe. There was no penalty on the
play but Maxim Lapierre tried to exact retribution when he challenged
Darroll Powe to a fight. Both players received five-minute fighting
majors even though Powe was the only one to land a punch.

Canadiens continue their current home stand Thursday, when they face
Nashville. The struggling Toronto Maple Leafs are at the Bell Centre on


  1. HabsPEI31 says:

    Laps needs more lessons. It was a start, though. I know it’s his role, to get under the opposition’s skin and draw them in as much as possible towards penalties, but he’ll need to be more effective if he’s going to properly defend himself and back up his tongue when necessary with his fists.


    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  2. kempie says:

    I got something to say about the game. GTFO!!!!!

  3. Mikey_39 says:

    Next game against the Flyers, I want to see Subban drill Richards into the boards…hard.  I missed the third period but I heard on the radio Richards calling out PK saying he’s cocky and needs to learn to respect him.  I don’t know what happened, but in what sick twisted world should PK respect that dirty scumbag.

  4. OverseasFan says:

    I just went to and their top headline and photo is of the Leafs, too.

    As I’ve said before, I don’t care if the whole world under-estimates us if we keep winning games like this. It’s not so bad to be the stealth victor.

    Go Habs Go!

  5. SeriousFan09 says:

    For those who missed it:

    The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Toronto Marlies 2-1 in the shootout, Ryan White scored on the PP in regulation with assists from Palushaj and Avtsin, than Avtsin and Desharnais tallied in the shootout to bring home the win. Avtsin is 2-for-2 on shootout attempts this season and has 1G, 3A in 7 games so far. Palushaj has points in 9 of 10 games with Hamilton this season.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  6. Mattyleg says:

    Oh and BTW, anybody else looooooove Plekky’s ‘salute’ to Daniel Briere by mocking his goal-scoring celebration?

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  7. Mattyleg says:

    Yeah, that was pretty sweet this morning. Got a remarkable pre-coffee smile out of me.

    Onright and O’Toole (?) are a great pair. Makes the others look like dorks.

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  8. Mattyleg says:

    Yep, I bet that Jaro had Price squeezing his stick a little tighter, and now that Auldie’s there, it’s not so much pressure on him. He knows that he can have a bad night and he won’t be riding the pine for two weeks. Sounds silly, but that kind of thing can really make you play better.

    I don’t think that Subban’s arrival has affected Price, apart form maybe causing him to realize that he’s a bit older now. Being around younger people makes you feel and act older, I’ve found. In professional situations, that is.

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  9. Bugs says:

    First off, just gonna come right out and say that tonight was our most important win of the season so far and quite possibly our best game.

    To business: don’t know if any’o’yehs noticed but the Kid was pretty good again. In fact, he’s been pretty good since the start of the season, imo.

    Kinda too bad Soobie stole all that thunder after Andrei got shoved into the boards cuz Andrei’s retaliatory cross-check in buddy’s back was a thing’o’beauty. Yes, it was wrong; yes, it was cheap; yes, it was dishinorable and no, we shouldn’t show that to the kids, but it was friggin beautiful anyway. Attaboy, Andrei! Don’t take no spit from nobody.

    Speaking of Soobie though, likin’m more and more if that’s possible; everything’s a flippin soap-opera with this guy.

    Final shout-out to the boys at TSN who made me giggle all day long today: “You’re off the case, Bobrovsky! Hand in your badge!”
    (gleeful giggle)

    Tragically misunderstood, please bite

    L.Bugs Potter, esq. Minority Owner of the Habbalicious Bubble-Gum Emporium, Proprietor of the Flanneltop Pop Shop, and Beaming Tenant in Mama’s Basement, i.e., Habsbros Central:

  10. HabsTrueBlue says:

    And of course if they hadn’t done that and had shown something from the Leaf game all the other yahoos like you on this site would be whining about TSN not showing enough of the Habs.  

  11. HabsTrueBlue says:

    Actually the Leafs are irrelevant but Toronto is relevant. The Habs are relevant but Montreal is irrelevant.

  12. samTHEman says:

    it is on the front page….first thing you see.

  13. HabsTrueBlue says:

    That’s interesting because front and centre on their home page right under the TSN logo what I see is Carey Price, Hammer, and some dorky Flyer.

  14. Seps says:

    I believe Im an expert so Ill respond 😉

    I think Subban has had a great influence on Price and probably has helped Carey with his attitude as well.  Don’t forget they played together in the world juniors and won gold.  They were buds on that team too, so now Price has a buddy on Montreal who has played with him when he was playing his best and winning and has high expectations of him whereas all the guys on Montreal didn’t know his potential before.

    Auld’s only influence would be creating comforting thoughts for Price, because Price knows Auld is a backup goalie so he knows he’s now the official #1. 

  15. NightRyder says:

    Boone, Stubbs, other experts… how much, if any, of an influence has
    the arrival of Subban – another future superstar of approximately the
    same vintage – had on Price?

    Someone else who has huge expectations, but keeps it loose and appears to have a nice rapport with Price.

    some of us were bleating for a veteran backup/mentor/non-threatening
    old guy for Price (see: Olie Kolzig etc.) for some time now. How much of
    an impact, if any, has the non-threatening big, bald Auld had on Price
    as well.

    Looking forward to your answers…

  16. savethepuck says:

    We will not see Auld until at least the b2b the 26th and 27th v Atl and Buff

  17. 23 HABS 23 says:

    Are you Kidding me?  What an amazing game!  Penalty kill was HUGE tonight! A win against the Flyers is big … but to keep them scorless?  UNBELIEVABLE!  Great Team victory!  And not to go without mention … Great Shut out by Carey Price!  He has 3 Shut Outs now … tied with a former HAB if I am not mistaken!  But Price has more wins and less games being pulled!  :)

    Keep it up boys a la bleu, blanc, et rouge!

    GO HABS GO! (Let’s go get that elusive 25th Stanley Cup!)

  18. andrewberkshire says:

    Oh I completely agree. I couldn’t be happier tonight.

  19. andrewberkshire says:

    Sounds like a hot streak!

  20. skoalbandit says:

    Picard played a solid 13 min. Finished +1, with a steady return.

  21. Kooch7800 says:

    Great game by the habs and by Carey. I really hope Halpern is ok.  He has been great for us

  22. JohnBellyful says:

    Well, he looked good … until Powe started swinging. At least, he’s got the stance down pat so the boxing lessons did pay off.

  23. JohnBellyful says:

    Great win for the Habs. Fantastic goaltending, a hot line firing on all cylinders, and superior penalty killing. Don’t know  if the Canadiens can rely that winning formula for an entire season but they are making the most of it while they can. It would be nice if a few other guys could start finding the net. And where was the Eller line for the second half of the game. Penalties throw their TOI out of whack?

    And PK, like I said earlier today, your talent already makes you a lightning rod, don’t make it worse for yourself by inviting cheapshots. Maintain your cool.

    Starting Auld against Nashville would seem to be the logical choice, given that team’s recent woes. Save Price for the Leafs.

  24. SeriousFan09 says:

    Hey this is big news, the Leafs now have 2 wins in thelr last 11 games.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  25. punkster says:

    Pffft. TSN is irrelevant. They play to Toronto. Toronto is irrelevant.

  26. HabsPEI31 says:

    Don’t bother picking up a G&M tomorrow either, then.


    Gotta love a newspaper that sells itself as a “national” (small ‘n’) paper…which has more Lafs coverage than The Gazette does of our Habs… okay, that may be an exaggeration, but you get my point.


    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  27. otter649 says:

    There is a rule that if there is a fight in the last 5 minutes – The coach(s) are fined 10 grand that’s why there tends to be scrumbs late in a game and takes quite a while for a game to finish……….

  28. MTLForever says:

    he took boxing over the summer, said he’d drop the gloves this year. he did the right thing, powe is a fighter though. i am just proud of lappy for standing up for gorges and halpern

  29. slapshot777 says:

    Price is da man. I guess PG made the right choice after all. This is the true Carey Price. You can see his confidence in the way he walks and the way he talks.


    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  30. andrewberkshire says:

    41 save shutout over the hottest team in the NHL and the Leafs get the front page of TSN, why am I not surprised?

  31. HabsPEI31 says:

    Instead, it was NHL-level kids kicking sand in the opposing players’ faces – to no effect. Stalwart game. Didn’t fall to their level.


    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  32. Mattyleg says:

    Great game!!

    Fantastic win, great s/o by Price.

    Got a bit worried near the end, with the Flyers acting like…well… the Flyers.

    This with the coach who REFUSED to allow Carolina to fight. Wonder what that’s all about.

    Pack of dix.

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  33. HabsPEI31 says:

    Wait…Lapierre, fighting?! :)

    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  34. scrowe21 says:

    Wooooooooo..Ive got to see the last 3 games live and they were all awesome. So bummed out to be going home.

  35. JIMVINNY says:

    GOODBYE, Xtrahabsfan.  You said you’d leave if Price won a majority of his first 20 games, and he has.  In convincing fashion.  Now LEAVE!!!!

  36. MTLForever says:

    Bahaha, what gave leighton shut outs in the playoffs was philly’s Dmen.

  37. aemarchand11 says:

    Great game tonight!

    I hope Halpern isnt out long term, although he should only play when concussion symptoms are gone.

    We play in Philadelphia on Monday, expect a very different game with the Flyers last change. 

    Go Habs Go!

  38. adam76 says:

    No such thing as a jinx.

  39. Caballero says:

    What a bunch of bums! It’s been said before it will be said again, the Flyers are a bunch of losers. They are by far the most despicable team in the NHL. I hope we give them more of the same next week.

  40. slapshot777 says:

    Leave it to TSN to put up on the screen Carey Price’s 8th career shutout and his 3rd of the season with a little over 3 minutes to play. I guess they tried as well to jinx Price.


    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  41. observer says:

    true but if leighton had played it would have gone to overtime.

  42. MTLForever says:

    ya was very cheap of odonnell

  43. Ton says:

    i can’t believe these flyers; did you see bobby clark slash pk and than moose dupont grab his face from behind. i cannot believe schultz wouldn’t go with moen. van impe, saleski, all of them just too much. great win tonight by the habs. 

  44. slapshot777 says:

    I was thinking the same thing, now only if Gill would get rid of the helmet and let his hair grow out and Bingo, instant twin Big Bird.


    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  45. MTLForever says:

    setting up for when we play them next week

  46. observer says:

    wearing old broad street bully uniforms and acting like them even appeared to act as racist thugs. disgusting performance how 3 gtuys went after subban and gutless odonnell from way behind and out of sight.

  47. RC-51 says:

    Price is on FIRE!!! Team is playing awesome hockey! Lets keep it up. 

    Does anyone else think that Gill looks a little like #19 with his stach?

  48. Seps says:

    I think that was the best game of the season so far! Great game to watch!


    In Price we trust

  49. samTHEman says:
    Gotta give credit where credit is due. The flyers made the game longer for me to enjoy. Take a look LOL!!!!
    3rd Period

    Darroll Powe

    : Fighting (maj)

     – 5


    Maxim Lapierre

    : Fighting (maj)

     – 5


    James van Riemsdyk

    : Interference on goalkeeper

     – 2


    P.K. Subban

    : Roughing

     – 2


    Mike Richards

    : Roughing

     – 2


    Andrei Kostitsyn

    : Roughing

     – 2


    Benoit Pouliot

    : Slashing

     – 2


    Braydon Coburn

    : Hooking

     – 2


    Claude Giroux

    : Slashing

     – 2


    Sean O’Donnell

    : Misconduct (10 min)

     – 0


    P.K. Subban

    : Slashing

     – 2


    Maxim Lapierre

    : Misconduct (10 min)

     – 0


    Maxim Lapierre

    served by Benoit Pouliot

    : Roughing

     – 2


    Scott Hartnell

    : Misconduct (10 min)

     – 0


    Jody Shelley

    : Cross checking

     – 2

  50. SeriousFan09 says:

    Habs have made some very good to great teams look bad this month. So much for us ‘beating up on the basement dwellers’, team is here to stay. Welcome to the Carey Price show, cost of admittance? Your team’s pride and dignity.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  51. slapshot777 says:

    Great game by the Habs. I thought it was pretty low by Laviolette to be putting Shelly out with only a couple of minutes to play. I mean what was his TOI tonight 10 seconds. The Flyers tried to bully the Habs, but give credit to the Habs they stood up to the Flyers and pushed back.


    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  52. Seps says:

    And P.K.!


    Hockey is what’s called a team game.

  53. samTHEman says:


  54. SmartDog says:

    Holy Crow! Price is awesome!!


    ‘The purpose of Habs Inside/Out is to teach people how to spell “traditional”.’
    And Bonne! goes the dynamite!

  55. punkster says:

    It’s like watching a bunch of poor sport Atom C players when they’re down 4-0 in the thrid and no hope of winning. Tempers, cheap shots, whining. Bunch of children.

  56. SmartDog says:

    In the Hamrlik vs. Spacek debate, one thing I like about Hamrlik is he looks tought and seems to be very strong.  He just looks mean.  And he USED to hold people off with one arm while he fished it out with another…. don’t see him do that much anymore but he still seems really strong.


    ‘The purpose of Habs Inside/Out is to teach people how to spell “traditional”.’
    And Bonne! goes the dynamite!

  57. SmartDog says:

    You’d think the Flyers would get tired of half their games turning into bullshit contests.  I mean really, GROW UP GUYS!!!  Play some f-n hockey ya bunch of wankers.


    ‘The purpose of Habs Inside/Out is to teach people how to spell “traditional”.’
    And Bonne! goes the dynamite!

  58. adam76 says:

    Where is the Markov update – you guys asleep at the keyboard?  Come on – TSN and sportsnet beat you guys by hours.  Embarrassing.


  59. Everlasting1 says:

    Want the job? :-)


    “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

     Don’t pollute the water.

  60. punkster says:

    Boone mentioned it before the period started.

  61. adam76 says:

    sportsnet reported the story 5 hours ago.

  62. Dave Stubbs says:

    We failed you. Our crew of two doing seven jobs at the Bell Centre tonight.

    Dave Stubbs
    Habs Inside/Out
    Sports Columnist/Feature Writer, Montreal Gazette
    • On Twitter:

  63. LA Loyalist says:

    Hey Dave, better than the CBC – a crew of 7 doing the work of 2.

    No worries, you guys do a hell of a job.

  64. KenD29 says:

    Good one!


    Tonight we skate with them, Tonight is our night!

  65. KenD29 says:

    A “hack” on Team990 was reporting it early this morning. But who’s keeping track


    Tonight we skate with them, Tonight is our night!

  66. HabsPEI31 says:



    And as the kids say, *snap*.


    “Only a goalie can appreciate what a goalie goes through.” – Jacques Plante

  67. LA Loyalist says:

    I’m framing this picture of Gomez actually in the Philly crease. It’s the first time he’s impressed me in 2 years.

    Hopefully Price will sieze the opportunity to boost team morale tonight and shut the door as much as possible.

    Our prayers are with Markov. I guess we’ll discuss the implications tomorrow. I will say Hammer filled in great last year to the detriment perhaps of his stamina later on. Hope he can do it again.


    Go Habs!

  68. samTHEman says:

    lol. print it out and keep it for when you get his autograph. he will laff it off

  69. MontrealAtheist says:

    What’s the point of praying to some imaginary man with a beard in the sky? I sympathize with Markov’s situation, but at the same time I also hope we can trade him as soon as possible … This guy gets knocked out far too easily and he’s of no use to us when he’s injured (which has been happening with frightening frequency).

  70. samTHEman says:

    Prongette is playing like a little girl

  71. SmartDog says:

    Poor Chrissy is having a tough game….

    Why do all the flyers looks like such ugly thugs.  Even Briere looks like that now.  Weird.



    ‘The purpose of Habs Inside/Out is to teach people how to spell “traditional”.’
    And Bonne! goes the dynamite!

  72. MTLForever says:

    powe just screwed up our PhD line!

  73. j2w4habs25 says:

    GO HABS GO!…

    2-0 after 40min. Just another 20 mins until this game is in the books, the team is playing alright but they can be better- the Dman is doing pretty good right now and if they keep on playing as a team, we can win this game.

    another shutout for Price?? <3 I hope soo… he deserves another one 😉

  74. MTLForever says:

    thankssss timmmmmonen!! GIONTAAAAA

  75. SmartDog says:

    Why was there no penalty on the Halpern hit?  It’s okay to crunch someone’s head against the boards from behind?  Or is this a special Phily rule?


    ‘The purpose of Habs Inside/Out is to teach people how to spell “traditional”.’
    And Bonne! goes the dynamite!

  76. slapshot777 says:

    Must be that special Phiily rule. The zebras done everything they could tonight to the Habs but couldn’t break their team spirit. The League should looking at that hit o both Halpren and Gorges. Both are questionable hits.



    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  77. slapshot777 says:

    Must be that special Phiily rule. The zebras done everything they could tonight to the Habs but couldn’t break their team spirit. The League should looking at that hit o both Halpren and Gorges. Both are questionable hits.



    To you from failing hands we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high.

  78. otter649 says:

    Heard on The Verus Broadcast after The Halpern Hit (Mike at ice level) – A Flyer said “Good Sell Job”………

  79. samTHEman says:

    lol richards talking smack from the box. Stfu and score a goal. oh wait the game’s over lol

  80. zaq007 says:

    Guy who tlaks the most and guy who never talks in the box lol wonder what the conversation is like xD

  81. samTHEman says:

    it’s a philly thing

  82. samTHEman says:

    it’s a philly thing

  83. Habs Fan in LeafLand says:

    Great game by the entire team, not just Price. “It’s not just me” as we hope to keep hearing from him over and over and over. Btw, is anyone okay with him being left off of the All-Star ballot??? Remember the last time…didn’t work out that great. Let him stay home and watch Ovechkin on tv.

    HABS are showing they are one of the league’s top teams, especially when Price is playing this way. The only caveat, is that against the Bruins and last night’s game against the Flyers, both teams were coming off games the night before. So let’s see what the Habs do when those teams are fresh.

    Lapierre, for all his good intentions, isn’t much of a fighter. I like the idea of bringing up Ian Schultz for the next tilt against the broad street bullies…why is it that anyone names Schultz is automatically a fighter? :)

    Man poor Markov. He’s done like dinner for the year in my opinion…we’ll be lucky to get him in before the playoffs. The only bright side is the team is at least used to playing without him.

  84. rocketsglare says:

    Takes from tonight’s game: 1) Price is a beast, 2) great line play by Cammalleri, Gionta, and Plekanec,

    3) the PK continues to impress, 4) the D was again solid, 5) players stood up for each other, and 6) the

    Flyers are f…in thugs.

    How a thug like Darroll Powe who on 2 occasions uses his elbow with the clear intent to injure is not ej-

    ected from the game is beyond me. The Flyers were clearly sending a message for Monday’s game and

    were just frustrated by the speed and grit of this team. Monday’s game I believe will be closely officiat-

    ed and hopefully under better control. The Habs should take notes that speed and discipline along with

    a hot netminder won tonight and can again in 7 days.


    Go Habs Go!

  85. Habs.Prophet says:



  86. Snipes says:

    In the summer, I said that Pricey would “shut up the simpletons” this year. I think he’s doing a pretty good job of that so far (jack todd isn’t ready to quiet down yet).
    I’ve never seen a more skilled goalie. Combined with his current confidence, it’s really exciting.
    There isn’t a goalie in the world i would trade him for.
    Enjoy it.

  87. adamkennelly says:

    double post

  88. adamkennelly says:

    muscle – Habs need some muscle – just lost our best player – guys getting roughed up – its an overall mentality opponents have with this team – I can’t stand it and it’ll cost us…preferably some guys who can play too but I’ll take whatever at this point – we have the softest line up in the entire league.

  89. rocketsglare says:

    Yet, as of today, this team is in 1st place in the Northeast Division with 25 pts. and 3rd overall in the

    Eastern Conference. Not bad for a team with “the softest line up in the entire league.”


    Go Habs Go!

  90. shiram says:

    Well last night was the Flyers, one of the most physical hockey team out there, but thats not reason to change such a winning lineup.

    Lapierre stepped in there for our guys, he tried, but couldnt land a punch, but it’s his job to do, to make sure other teams respect our players.

    That being said, i really came to despise the Flyers last night, they made themselves looked like a bunch of frustrated and angry kids.

    Poutine, the perfect trio, on any line.

  91. Dintrox says:

    If the NHL is indeed serious about head hunting then Powe better be suspended. Nasty elbow to the head to Gorges and then hits Halpern from behind. No call by the zebras on the Halpern hit.

    December 4, 2009 – Elmer Lach’s jersey took its rightful place with the Rocket’s in the rafters.

  92. rocketsglare says:

    Totally agree.


    Go Habs Go!

  93. WindsorHab-10 says:

    How about calling up Ian Schultz before our rematch Monday with those thugs?

  94. adam76 says:

    Screw that – I would not let those goons “force” changes to my lineup.

  95. rocketsglare says:

    Totally agree. The Flyers were frustrated all night with the team’s speed, grit, and discipline and there’s

    no reason to change the lineup or game plan if it worked to perfection.


    Go Habs Go!

  96. Corio says:

    Lost a lot of respect for Mike Richards and his BS he said about PK, dude, stop whining and keep that crap in the room!

  97. rocketsglare says:

    Don’t you just love how P.K. is getting under their skin. Crosby and now Richards. I just love it.


    Go Habs Go!

  98. rocketsglare says:

    Why change your lineup after winning 3-0. The lineup and game plan should remain unchanged for

    Monday’s game. It proved to be a winner.


    Go Habs Go!

  99. tdrmoss84 says:

    All Hail PK!!!  Excellent game last night.  PK deserves the limelight he played a gritty game…well done.  Hats of to Lappy as well trying to take down that garbage Powe…what a dope eh?  Gonna be in Philly wearing the tricolors…should be interesting to say the least…go habs go!

  100. russianhabs4life says:

    Could we have imagined the what if…if Price goaled for us last spring against the Flyers, he has won the series so far….damn I wonder   


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