Problem is, it matters to lose. So leafs and habs will battle eachother trying to win in a legendary 142 round shootout. The game is not won, as a shot from thomas kaberle will be so hard it will shatter the puck and cause static interference in the war room in Toronto. The league will label it one of the most memborable games of all time. They will name a street after this game in Pheonix, and no one will drive on it. Montreal's new GM will say a speech, his opening line in billingual, saying how much he respects Toronto's hockey team and determination. The board of governors will have an impromptu meeting and announce that both organizations were tremendously classy and don't deserve to be put in the loser pile. We will be shifted from top 5 picks to 29th and 30th overall decided over a coin toss. The reasoning is to award us for our well fought battle and allow us to be winners for a change. Many leafs fans will parade, happy they won something, and montreal fans will riot, just because they know how. Next season, kaberle will start season in minors and be remembered as the man who failed killed two tanks with one stone.