The point is that he is not only to blame but people with the agenda on him will focus on him, act as if the other top of the line D-men never make similar mistakes, as if only he is to blame for this crap of a game.
The agenda is to yell louder and further then anyone else to make it seem like is the most overrated player in the NHL.
I don't see how calling him out for having a bad game, and making a bad play on the game winning goal is having an agenda.
I love PK. I love his skills and heart, and the intensity he brings to the game. When I call him out for a bad play, doesn't mean I've got an agenda...
We will see if this change during the trade deadline. If it doesn't, I'm out.
Man I've been a fan for as long as I can remember probably about 34 years now. The total ineptitude and mismanagement of my beloved Habs has me questioning my loyalty to this team. I just can't see the light at the end of the tunnel anymore.
Therrien is terrible. The playing favorites continues to kill this team.
Essentially 4 forwards played OT. Your most talented sat on the bench.
Sadly Ted Nolan has been snapped up and we are stuck with this buffoon
Well, on the flipside you could say that his playing favorites have made the Habs one of the better teams in the East. Obviously there's more than meets the eye with that record, but the team has been sucessful undr Therrien. If I'm MT I say "We were a 1st place team last year and we're 4-5 points out of 1st this year. I'd say I know wtf I'm doing."
Love how PK and Gorges just kinda glide with Nyquist there but make no attempt to engage him at any time until it's far too late. Just completely absent-minded defending from Subban in particular there. Whatever Gorges was doing, Nyquist was PK's man without a doubt. Really disappointing game from him, honestly.
Gorges-Subban are a pretty brutal pair in OT. I recall the two of them going after the same man behind the net in a previous (and recent) OT loss.
Other than the goal against, Tinordi looked way better than he did at the start of the season. He's really come a long way with his poise, mobility, and passing.
I really strongly dislike Gionta. He is very nonchalant with a lot of his "defence" and I'm not sure where he gets that good two-way reputation from. He has directly resulted in tooooo many goals against this season. I was happy to sit and wait until now to make an opinion but.... Gio's done in Montreal. If we need to go with a vet on the 3v3, go with Briere.
Gallagher was looking very good as usual and really looked to be making things happen. Galchenyuk was as skilled and as ineffective as he's been all year (which isn't to say the rest of the team was any more effective). Eller was meh. Our 4th line looked good.