Come on Habbies. Show some pride and take this one. At least don't get blown out like last game....
Had they capitalized on one of those many early chances, we would have won the game. When it comes down to it, we've played better in more periods than they've played better against us. The mental aspect really comes into play now.
1st - Love the WSH line-up, looks stacked from top to bottom haha
2nd - Its most defenitely do or die time, we need to once again come out and play the WHOLE 60 mins if we want to win this game..
3rd - I'm looking forward to the reaction of the team with Price between the pipes and likewise with Price starting his first post season game..
4th - Game 1 wasn't a fluke IMO.. The TEAM that won that game I haven't seen the last two.. I'd love O'Byrne in and Berggy out..
5th - I hope that if WSH decides to still take liberties with how close they get to our net, let's just call it ummmm running the goalie.. That we maybe go in alil too close to Varlamov and see how he likes having someones ass in his face.. I also know that the refs would actually see that one, but maybe one good steamroll wouldn't hurt to try and get in his head.. Use a useless piece we wouldn't miss on the PK, any volunteers? No? Ok then, Bergy, go say hi to Varly for us haha just a thought
Thinking and hoping our bottom lines are going to help out tomorrow..not many with points..Our top lines have been there. Should be a good effort since our back would be against the wall after this one
If the Moore line play physical all game long and chip in a goal, i think we'll win. We played well in game 3 in how we controlled the puck and manufactured scoring chances but there wasn't enough 2nd and 3rd opportunities in those sequences. We need to crash the net and make Varlamov's night a living hell. I know they can do it, just not convinced they know they can...
Goaltender Carey Price will get the call tonight to face the Washington Capitals, according to Team 990.
If so, Price will start his first game for the Canadiens since his March 31 home-ice loss to Carolina. Tonight marks 50 days (!) since Price's last victory, a March 2 win over the Bruins in Boston in the Canadiens' first game following the Olympic break.