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Canadiens vs. Flyers Game 4 Top Six Minutes: Stifled

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The Canadiens were unable to generate anything, and they’re now one game from elimination.

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News of Dale Hawerchuk’s passing reaches us just before the game. We express our condolences and extend our thoughts to the Hawerchuk family.

First Period:

  • A few line changes, Danault back on the first line, Suzuki centring Domi and Drouin. Kotkaniemi with Byron and Lehkonen.
  • Sloppy start to the game, glad its only 9pm here would have fallen a sleep again with a normal start time.
  • 1-0 Bad Guys. Thanks to a turnover, and a little bit of an off angle from Price.
  • Kotkaniemi to the box, and Couturier misses the wide open net. Thank you.
  • Byron misses the open net, I guess that evens the score in regards to misses.
  • 1-3-1 has always bored the hell out of me.

Second Period:

  • This game is bad.
  • Armia with a chance in front of the net.
  • Suzuki and then Kulak with some chances, and the best shift that Canadiens has had in all of the game.
  • Drouin misses the net when ha has a high quality chance.
  • Pittlick tries to take Price’s jersey off with his stick.
  • PowerKill™️
  • Petry hits the post with an absolute missile, actually Hart got a piece of the puck before it hit the post.
  • Blender Time.
  • Random shot goes in for Philly, 2-0. Game Over.

Third Period:

  • Hägg is hit by a Weber shot; at least he is alive.
  • The blender is on pulse mode, no line is safe, not even from one shift to another.
  • 10 min to go.
  • Watching paint dry is more entertaining than watching this game.
  • The power play is still atrocious.
  • Chiarot to the box for delay of game.
  • There is no chance Montreal turns this around tomorrow.

EOTP 3 Stars

3) And so they did

2) Hard to generate offence that way

1) Everyone ready for Game 5 tomorrow night?