Montreal-Anaheim: Habs Late Rally Sinks Anaheim Ducks 4-3 in SO

March 8th, 2010 by Kamal Panesar Leave a reply »

Raise your hand everyone who thought that the Habs would have three out of four wins and six out of eight points on their post-Olympic West Coast road trip.

Not all at once now.

The good news is that in a room of one hundred people, there would likely only be five or six with their hands up, myself excluded.

Yesterday's game against the Anaheim Ducks was supposed to have been an entertaining match, as two teams who were in desperate need of points clashed for their second game in 24 hours.

Unfortunately, the script didn't quite play out that way.

The Habs definitely had jump to their game, from the opening faceoff, but were unable to capitalize on their numerous opportunities.

On the other side of the ice, however, the porous Habs defense was busy making Carey Price look bad, yet again.

While many fans in Habs-nation have already fit Price with goat horns this morning, we should be reminded that the lackluster performance of the team in front of him was the reason for the three first period Ducks' goals.

Sure, Price could have been stronger along the ice on the first two, bu ...

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