The Silence Is Deafening
May 3, 2011 in Boston Bruins, Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, NHL playoffs, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, PK Subban, St. Louis Blues, Tampa Bay Lightning, Tomas Plekanec, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals Tags: Benoit Pouliot, Bin Laden, Bruce Boudreau, Carey Price, Jaroslav Halak, PK Subban, Sergei Kostitsyn, Stephen Harper, Tomas Plekanec, William and Kate
Things are quiet in Habsville at the moment.
The Canadiens were vanquished by the Boston Bruins in the first round not long ago and went quietly into the night, but in 2010, we all know what we did to those two so-called favourites before eventually being dispatched by the Philadelphia Flyers. (Remember how happy we were for awhile?)
A year ago, things were cooking. Now, everything has cooled off and collecting mould.
Montreal providing thrills and spills in the playoffs wasn’t the only news a year ago. When all was said and done back then, Sergei Kostitsyn was sent to Nashville, PK Subban was a late-season call up, Benoit Pouliot signed a one year, $1.45 million contract, Tomas Plekanec inked a six year deal worth 30 million, and Jaroslav Halak was shipped to St. Louis, making Carey Price the undisputed number one goalie which turned out to be just fine.
This year at this time? William and Kate got hitched, Bin Laden was erased, Stephen Harper won a majority government, Boston is up two games to nothing over the Flyers, Tampa Bay is also up two games to Washington and just may be the ones to get Caps coach Bruce Boudreau fired, and Vancouver fans still don’t know if they should be on or off the bandwagon.
But Habs news? This isn’t normal.