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01-08-2013, 09:10 PM
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2 with more than a point per game!?!
And Weber ripped it up too! Looks like the best Weber in the league!

Originally Posted by Deku Scrub View Post

Habs Win 2015 Presidents Trophy

Teammates Max Pacioretty and PK Subban celebrate after joining forces to score on a 2-on-1 rush.

Habs GM Deku Scrub was certainly right when he predicted a quick turnaround for his team. Last season was pretty good - a seventh place finish and a second round exit. However, the team has much improved now. The Montreal Canadiens earned the most points in the 2014-15 NHL season: 123 points. Their record was 59-18-5 and the closest team behind them was the LA Kings with 114 points. The Habs had the best GFPG and GAPG in the league, along with the 4th-best powerplay and the 6th-best penalty kill. I would tell you the Habs' three stars for the season, but I can't narrow it down to just three guys. Alex Galchenyuk, PK Subban, Yannick Weber, Phil Kessel, Carey Price, and Tomas Plekanec are all candidates. Roope Talaja was also extremely impressive on the Habs' third line. Here are the Habs individual stats:

Phil Kessel - 41/55/96
Alex Galchenyuk - 27/61/88
Tomas Plekanec - 31/29/60
Max Pacioretty - 23/35/58
Lars Eller - 20/29/49
Gustav Nyquist - 19/25/44
Roope Talaja - 14/28/42
Jarret Stoll - 17/17/34
Eric Cole - 12/22/34
Rene Bourque - 9/12/21
Ryan White - 3/16/19
Travis Moen - 11/7/18

Yannick Weber - 17/38/55
PK Subban - 7/43/50
Andy Greene - 8/26/34
Josh Gorges - 3/22/25
Tyson Barrie - 6/19/25
Jarred Tinordi - 4/2/6

Carey Price - 53-18-2, 1.99 GAA, 0.931%, 8 shutouts
Peter Budaj - 6-0-3, 2.75 GAA, 0.906%, 0 shutouts

The Habs will face Winnipeg in round one of the playoffs. Stay tuned for results.

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