The End Of The Low-Five

Carey Price and P.K. Subban will no longer be doing the post-victory triple-low-five celebrations. The Canadiens now raise their sticks to the fans after wins instead of the individual stuff.

“It’s a team concept,” said  Michel Therrien. “You have to respect the game, the other team and the fans.

I can appreciate that, even though it was kind of funny in a way. I know my wife loved seeing it. Maybe it’s all part of the master plan to have P.K. settle down a little.

5 thoughts on “The End Of The Low-Five”

  1. I don’t see why Therien had to make a public statement about this. Especially since he is trying to minimize distractions.

    I enjoyed when they did this. It added a bit of fun and I think I’m going to miss it.

  2. I think it was Price who was a bit upset about its demise, not Therrien publicly calling out Subban or Price. I don’t care what the celebration is, I just want to see them and me celebrating wins.

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