Habs Do It / Don’t Do It
October 10, 2013 in Alex Galchenyuk, Brandon Prust, Brendan Gallagher, Brian Gionta, Daniel Briere, David Desharnais, Edmonton Oilers, Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty, Montreal Canadiens, PK Subban, Rene Bourque, Tomas Plekanec, Vancouver Canucks Tags: David Desharnais, Habs, PK Subban
Coming up – Habs in Edmonton for a 9:35 EST puck drop. How am I going to retain my rugged good looks if I don’t sleep? So I need to write the game report ahead of time.
The Habs were good/bad/ugly/excellent in tonight’s win/loss in Edmonton. Peter Budaj was good/okay/scary/somewhat lucky/really bad/outstanding in nets for the Canadiens as he stood on his head/let in some soft ones/didn’t get the job done/got the job done.
The Egg line was sensational/quiet/ fantastic/ordinary tonight, while David Desharnais quieted/didn’t quiet his critics with his lacklustre/spirited play. Max, Pleks, Briere, Gionta, Bourque, Prust, and Subban were excellent/lousy/ on fire/asleep, while red-hot Lars Eller continued/ended his scoring ways.
P.K. took/didn’t take stupid penalties to hurt/help his team, and in the fact the entire team looked smart/dumb in this department. Must have been a good/bad practice today.
A great/terrible, disappointing/uplifting game for the Habs tonight, putting them back in the thick of things/at the back of the pack.
Shots on goal – Habs had some and so did the Oilers.
Next up – Vancouver Saturday night.