I know, but the Wild were ridding the percentages number wise.
The Habs are as complete of a team you'll find.
Gionta-Plekanec-Ryder is a solid 2-way, point producing line you can find, Paccioretty-Desharnais-Gallagher has been really solid and the first two had shown chemistry in their AHL days together. Galchenyuk with two solid veterans in Prust and Eller is perfect for an up and coming player. Their 4th line is gritty as hell with Armstrong, White and Moen. Don't get me started on their defense, just all around solid with nice depth guys. Subban is on the cusp of becoming a superstar, Markov is a #1 guy when healthy, Diaz is Streit 2.0, Emelin and Gorges are two solid shutdown guys. Kaberle, Weber, Bouillon round out a nice 6-7 guy options vs. a certain opponent.
If they add in a guy like Iginla, which they certainly can with their elite prospect pool, they'll be my favorites this year. As much as I hate to say it.
You have to wonder about their size in being able to come out of 7 game series' in the East.
I just missed the opportunity to somehow incorporate "Flyer" into my last post to take a shot at Philly.
A lame joke I will never get back.
Well that joke would've sucked, so you're better off.
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