There’ll be no gushing about the Montreal Canadiens today.
Not when you lose 3-0 and look outmatched while doing it.
Not when you manage only one shot in the second period.
Not when you’ve been shut out for the third time in four games.
Not when you don’t resemble one bit the team you were last game, when you dominated and clobbered the orangemen 5-1.
Not when you could have tied the series and are now down 3 games to 1 instead.
Not when Maxim Lapierre forgot how he’s suppose to play.
Not after Mike Richards had cried like a baby and we could have shoved it down his throat.
Not when guys like Gomez and Plekanec haven’t scored in a million years.
Not when I’ve given up all hope for Benoit Pouliot and feel he should give a portion of his salary back.
Not when we had expected so much more.