I'd feel a lot more positive if I thought Eller would be able to return, but even still I think we have a decent chance.
Price has to be a hell of a lot better, but honestly I really liked the way the team played tonight. If the goaltending is a little bit more even (either Price gets better or Anderson gets worse), we'll win the series. That's definitely a big if, but there's no reason to throw in the towel yet.
-Gallagher is possessed
-Prust and Gallys get to reunite at least
-We get to tie it up tomorrow night, no waiting around having the media rub this in our faces for longer than tonight and tomorrow morning.
-We outplayed them and lost on two turnovers
-Anderson is great but we will break him eventually (already have really)
-Subban>Karlsson tonight. Not that EK was bad, but PK was miles ahead of him in every aspect
The biggest things for me is the fact this team is for real. They have been absolutely dominant several times this season. We currently lack a high skilled forward (hopefully Galchenyuk) who can make the difference in games like that.
Price must work with a psychologist this summer so he can rebound next year.
Some players did not give their best out there so I guess they can be better?
Plekanec can be better, Bourque can be better, Ryder can be better, Pacioretty can be better, Gionta can be a lot better, DD can be.. meh.. Moen can be better, Markov can be better too but Price can and needs to be a lot better.
We put 50 ****ing shots on net. We go after their star players and make it a tough time for them and make it tough for Anderson, we'll win tonight.
If people took off their homer glasses, they'd see the gap between Karlsson and Subban isn't as big as Sens fans would like to believe. Subban honestly took the game in the palm of his hand last night and controlled it like only so few great players can do.
"I am actually as good as everyone else pretends to be, it's scary."