Montreal Canadiens’ Chemistry Lost: Is Benoit Pouliot Going to Pick Up His Game?

March 11th, 2011 by Jason Hitelman Leave a reply »
The Montreal Canadiens are a hockey team, therefore their job is to play and win hockey games.

Before anyone calls me Captain Obvious, let me just point out that their focus has not been on the games they're playing or their outcomes, with good reason, of course.

I'm sure now that they know their teammate Max Pacioretty is out of the hospital and walking, they can rest easy with the assurance that he's going to be alright regardless of the consequences his injuries have on his future in hockey.

It may take some time for them to get readjusted—the team looked lost in their game against the St. Louis Blues. The result was a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Blues and former teammate Jaroslav Halak.

I feel very bad for the Habs. It seems that whenever things start going their way, a key player goes down to season-ending injury.

First it was Andrei Markov, then Josh Gorges and now Pacioretty.

Thankfully, the team was able to rebound after they lost their two top defensemen. It took either a trade or a call-up from Hamilton to miraculously remedy terrible situations.

But now what's going to happen?

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