Game Day

Game day, with the Habs in Buffalo to meet a team on the outside looking in as far as a playoff spot goes. It’s also a team that has beaten Montreal the last three times they’ve met, so that nonsense has to come to a screeching halt.

It’s going to be interesting for sure. Can Budaj make it seven straight starts in the win column? Will Montreal rebound from their loss to the Washington Capitals on Tuesday? Will Alex Galchenyuk, now on a four-game point streak, add another? Will David Desharnais enjoy a huge night and get critics off his back? Will the team slip in and out of downtown Buffalo without getting mugged?

Will P.K. have a sensational night and continue to impress professional writers everywhere that he’s deserving of the Norris?

Will the boys look good and bring huge momentum to their Saturday meeting in Toronto, or will they surprise the heck out of us and come out flat and cause us to curse and throw bricks at the T.V. screen?

Game time is 7:30 (I think), and on CBC if you’re interested in hearing whomever it is they have on board to tell it like it is. PJ Stock maybe? If he’s there, the brick might happen before the first puck is dropped.

5 thoughts on “Game Day”

  1. We can clinch a playoff spot with a win tonight.

    Who would have predicted the thrilling season we would be enjoying after the agony of last year?

  2. Sure am glad Gallagher is on our team and NOT the opponents!!!The kid won’t quit digging. Sooner have his type than some brain-dead goof @ 2 minutes ice time with 15 penalty minutes. Sure hope Sat. nite turns out so I can sing my Sudbry Sat Nite tune after the game.

  3. That’s seven wins in a row for Budaj!

    Excellent news going in to the playoffs. The team has a spare tire in the trunk in case Price has a blowout.

  4. Dear Michel Therrien,

    Please, please play Subban on offense just ONE night for the sheer joy of entertainment.

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