SK74, Metropolit sit this one out

Sergei Kostitsyn and Glen Metropolit are the Canadiens’ scratches this afternoon. Sergei’s doghouse is well known; it’s unclear whether Metropolit is a healthy scratch or dealing with some kind of injury issue, perhaps an aggravation of his separated shoulder.


  1. mrmeister says:

    awesome win, just think how much we would be dominating if Gomez wasn’t afraid to get hit or hit someone, if Pleckanic got going like he can, Metropolit starts playing like Lappierre and the defence weren’t so sloppy with the puck, reduce the mistakes boys and i can breathe again, we have a golden chance to raise no. 25 to the rafters of the bell centre, embrace it

  2. Habs_Fan_1 says:

    Couldn’t agree with you more. Unfortunately, I can’t see us getting much in return.

  3. Habs_Fan_1 says:

    You’re proving the previous poster’s point for him. AK had 4 points in a losing effort against the Caps and has had 2 points in the remaining 8 games. Not really a rock of consistency now is he? I can only hope PG’s trading partner sees things the same way as you. That would be the only way to get any value for him.

  4. matraque says:

    SK will never play again for the habs.  I hope.

    Same goes for AK.

    Package them with another guy and get something good in return.  These 2 guys are just going through the motions.


    Canadien en 5!

    Never go Full Retard

  5. DAVE. N says:

    Not disagreeing about todays line up…agreed…AK does his job,offensively…I’m agreeing that this line doesn’t play to his potential…my response was more about the work ethic of the 2 brothers..not just one…I’d love to see the stats for AK when SK plays, and when he doesn’t…I suspect tthe plus/minus would be quite an insight

  6. homerbowen says:

    Will tomorrow’s headlines read “Matt Cooke Destroys Habs”

    or “Habs Tiny Players Unable To Advance In Playoffs”

    or “Halak Should Have Signed New Contract After Caps Series”

    or “Habs Too Soft Again This Year”

    or “Martin Outcoached Again!!”

    or `Habs Lack Size, Toughness, Desire“

  7. TripleX says:

    SK….excellent on PK and has an offensive upside.  Darche???????


    Good one JM, the Habs have plenty of scorers.  RIGHT??

  8. lab says:

    I agree totally, MAXWELL is useless, thx JM

  9. HabFanSince72 says:

    The Pleks-Cammi-AK46 line was the top line by far against the Caps, and A46 had 6 points.

    It’s not the time to send messages. You have to go with your best players.

    AK46 with Darche and Maxwell is idiotic.

  10. MontrealAtheist says:

    Halak is noticeably tired and if he doesn’t get pulled this game will end up being a disaster.

  11. MontrealAtheist says:

    The one from last week was even worse. I would suggest that next time we bring our guys along to do the singing.

  12. DAVE. N says:

    Both brothers have had ample opportunity with the CH to show their stuff…we’ve seen flairs of talent, which is why they were drafted in the first place, but no consistency..AK plays a pure offensive game…he pulls up on the backcheck…SK…well…….has talent but has a poor attitude…

    Metro is probably injured or sick…he would be in if he was healthy..sure of it

  13. MontrealAtheist says:

    It’s blatantly obvious that Halak is not ready yet … Heck, he was lying on the ice for 5 seconds a few minutes ago. What on Earth was JM thinking? Let’s place pull Jaro and bring in Price … NOW !!!

  14. zaq007 says:

    We just look tired

  15. Ice Storm says:

    Worst rendition of Oh Canada ever?? Someone give this guy a metronome..  he keeps time like Steve Martin in “The Jerk”… I think he was trying for the 15 second version…

    Bounce back game for AK 46…

    Come on boys!!!

  16. lavie says:

    07-08 season when we had both AK27 and SK74, it’s sometimes hard to distinguish (without seeing the Jersey No.) who is AK27 or SK74.

    SK74 quite fits Buy Boucher’s system.

  17. zaq007 says:

    I would take Metro or SK74 over Maxwell xD

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