No, they’re not in a slump. They just ain’t playin’ well.
Apparently they were far from perfect in this Philly game, a night after the ‘Catastrophe in Columbus’.
I don’t know, I didn’t see it.
I feel like I owe you a martini, but there’s gonna be a few times this season when I’ll miss a game.
What, you think I have don’t have a life?
Tonight I’m in Vancouver, doing important family stuff, with a baby in tow, and a hotel room TV showing baby stuff. It’s life getting in the way of Habs life.
But I know they won, beating Philadelphia 5-4, with goals coming from Andrei Markov, Greg Pateryn, Alex Galchenyuk, Phillip Danault, and the winner being a shorthanded (and his first of the year) from Tomas Plekanec.
So no teenage loss slump. The 10-0 slaughter is still in the minds of millions but faded ever-so-slightly. Life is almost worth living.
We”ll know more about the quality of life after the Habs-Bruins tilt on Tuesday.
Sorry. Lyla’s here, bouncing and prancing and running around, the way two years old do.
She has no idea of the importance of Habs wins and losses.