Well this is how it ends, not with a bang, but a whimper. I thought 0-0 ties were a thing of the past in your new NHL Bettman? These aren't the days of Ziegler and Stein, but still there we were with two goose eggs upon on that board. But then our fav, Brendan Gallagher potted his 11th and broke up that deadlock.
Don Cherry once said that Allan Bester saw more rubber than a dead skunk on the 401, I would venture to say that Bobby Lu has seen his fair share tonight. The Habs have 28 shots in the first two periods which seems unfathomable to me, but somehow here we are.
I didn't think Denmark would come away with a win in the WJC, but again here we are. It's a new world ladies and gentlemen and there's no room for outmoded ways of thinking. We stand on the precipice of 2015, join hands with me now and leap forward into new lives, new ways, and new days. The Habs still won't score in the first period, but what the hell - we can't have it all!
|18:54||MTL||Brendan Gallagher (11) Snap shot - ASST: Lars Eller (6), Nathan Beaulieu (3)||1 - 0 MTL|
|11:00||FLA||Dylan Olsen Cross checking - 2 min against David Desharnais|
|03:03||MTL||Alexei Emelin Hooking - 2 min against Nick Bjugstad|
|05:25||MTL||Brendan Gallagher Holding - 2 min against Sean Bergenheim|
|09:19||FLA||Erik Gudbranson Interference - 2 min against Michael Bournival|
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