SORRY IM STILL SEMI-DRUNK I WAS AT BELL CENTER YESTERDAY AND I COULDNT SLEEP SO IM PRETTY *********UP
And we do have knowledge , but theres no place for knowledge drunk at the bell center with this kind of atmosphere.I feel fortunate i was there.I keep my knowledge for my debate with friends , peoples ... ect.Not when im here to yell like crazy.
I was at the game, the call which drew the banners on the ice and made the crowd explode with angryness was indeed a highstick, but from the stands it looked like a clean check. That's what detonated the bomb that the Bell Centre is, the most intimidating building to play in the Entire NHL.
Last edited by Beakermania*: 02-20-2008 at 09:46 AM.
«Je suis venu à Montréal pour faire partie de la grande histoire du Canadien, a pour sa part avoué Alex Kovalev. Notre retour contre les Bruins de Boston en séries, il y a quelques années, a été mon premier moment fort avec l'équipe. «Ce soir, c'est le deuxième.»
"I came to Montreal to be a part of the great history of the Canadiens, shared Alex Kovalev. Our comeback against the Bruins in the playoffs a few years back was my first big experience with this team. Tonight is my second!"
We love you Alexei!! Bring us the cup and you won't even remember these small achievements!!!
Unfortunately I didn't get to see this game - I saw some highlights of it though, and I have to say the fans were amazing, even the whole littering the ice incident - while in most cases I don't encourage this sort of stuff, this time I think it was one of the things that really made the difference. The effect that it had was in some ways similar to what a fight can do for a team..
Habs fans expect their players to do their job, and they definitely do their own duties.
the crowd definitely helped the team come back last night. I've never been to a louder game in my life...big credit to komisarek too for getting everyone going with the fight and the hunting down of every ranger on the ice.