Tuesday links as Habs take day off

MONTREAL, QC - APRIL 18: P.K. Subban #76 of the Montreal Canadiens has words with teammate Carey Price #31 after going down two goals to the Boston Bruins in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Bell Centre on April 18, 2011 in Montreal, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)

The Montreal Canadiens took Tuesday off to rest up for Thursday's Game Four, and hopefully reflect on their disappointing first-half effort in Game Three.

TIm Thomas and the Boston Bruins are in Lake Placid, getting some " Miracle on Ice" inspiration.

So in the meantime, here's what everyone else is mumbling about.

Chris Stevenson on Carey Price's leadership roll.

The truth of how Zdeno Chara became dehydrated

 

More after the jump..

The mouth of the Bruins Jack Edwards and his sidekick Andy Brickley on the Pouliot hit and textbook homer broadcasting from Game Three. Sorry guys, but the NHL appears to have deemed Pouliot's "hit" as a hockey play.


 

Are P.K. Subban and Jacques Martin really hockey's Odd Couple?

 Former Habs defenseman, and current Tampa Bay Lightning assistant GM Tom Kurvers gives his views on Subban.

Douglas Flynn on how Nathan Horton is adjusting to the post season. Nobody seems to want to note how Horton got a gift courtesy of a physics-defying bounce off the seam of the notorious Bell Centre boards.

 Vince Damphousse's wife now facing assault charges. Earlier this month, the former Habs captain was charged with assault.

Stephen Harper is not playing favourites, when it comes to the Habs and the Vancouver Canucks.

I know the fans are often referred to as the sixth man, but this is taking it too far.

 

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