My son was at the Habs/Pens game Saturday night. Told me Price looked like he got hurt in the warm-up.....took a slapshot in the shoulder from Subban. He spent a long time trying to skate it off, stretching his arm and trying to work his shoulder loose.
He gave us a chance to lose each of the last three games he took part in. Tonight is redemption time. And I feel he might need to stand up for his team and win one by himself for the first time of the year.
Everyone keep a close eye on Moen and Armstrong. We are doomed unless they drop the gloves twice each and hit everything in sight by taking themselves out of the play!
What a ridiculous comment... Thanks for showing how much you actually understand the game, and the comments people have wrote on the other thread. If you think Moen's act is normal and that there's nothing wrong with him, you need to take a lesson or two on a player's accountability and entitlement to his team. But I guess I'm expecting way too much...
Visnovsky out of tonight's game for personal reasons. Should help us a bit.
Beware of the Isles. Always beware of the Isles. They still have enough talent to beat the Habs, and they are fighting for a playoffs spot, too.
As much as I was certain that the Habs would play a great game in Boston and possibly win it, as much do I have a feeling that tonight could be a nightmare for the Habs. Habs have played two very emotional games in the weekend and had only one-day off to recuperate.