I was there... surprise tickets for me and my girlfriend's anniversary... I'm hungover, I don't usually drink and I drank.
I feel like I had a hell of a workout last night, just aching all over.
Wish I could give you a better report, but I don't ****ing remember the game except the goals and the last 10 seconds. And the goals I saw on TV this morning, so I'm not sure if I remember that, or if I remember them from being there...
.... that's pretty much it. Dominating the play doesn't mean anything if you don't lead games or win them. The Habs have been ahead or held the Bruins to a tie for the great great majority of the series so far. If the Habs win game 4 I think the Bruins morale will plummet. They've lost home ice and they failed to get it back, if the Habs win game 4, of course, then Boston needs to beat the Habs three times in a row in a series in which they've only led for like 10 minutes total.
If there's to be a disgraceful incident, it will be tomorrow.
Last edited by Phil Parent: 05-07-2014 at 09:46 AM.
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Dont get it. Lucic is big and tough, why does he have to resort to such dirty plays.
You didn't see Lucy hiding when confronted by someone his own size, obviously. To call him a bully is doing disservice to the word, he gives new meanings too many abusive remarks and needs his own diction. Pitchforking wasn't his alone but he certainly has perfected getting away with more than any player in history or as long as I've watched hockey.
Seguin is much better. They traded quantity in exchange of quality. I'm sure this serie would have been different with Seguin instead of two good bottom 6 guys.
Seguin was shut out against us his first go-around against us, has built up a reputation of not scoring in the playoffs, and Smith has two goals in three games. Eriksson used to be, and still young enough to be, a top-6 guy but the Bruins are loaded in their top 6, so he gets third line duties. His point production pace still reflects a capable scorer, however.
Seguin would be playing in Smith's spot, thereby lower his point totals compared to being the first line guy and having Jamie Benn as his teammate.