NHL Eastern Conference Final: Montreal Halfway Out of the Self-Dug Hole

May 20th, 2010 by Francois Gendron Leave a reply »

Game 1 : Philadelphia Flyers 6 - Montreal Canadiens 0
Game 2 : Philadelphia Flyers 3 - Montreal Canadiens 0

(Philadelphia leads the seires by 2 -0 )

There is no team that can dig a hole as deep as the Montreal Canadiens can.

For some reason, the Habs' offense was nowhere around Michael Leighton 's net during the first two games of the series and could not score a single time on him.

The series moved to the Bell centre Thursday night, and a totally different Montreal team showed up for that game.

The forwards were charging the net defended by Leighton and a lot more shots were directed.

Combined with a poor defensive outing by the whole Flyers defensive unit, the Canadiens buzzed around for most of the night.

Michael Cammalleri once again opened the score with his league leading 13th goal of the playoffs.

Tom Pyatt doubled Montreal's advantage as he charged in a loose puck.

The bleu-blanc-rouge tornado went on during the second period but only produced a single goal. Dominic Moore beat Leighton late in the second frame with a wrist shot that trickled between the goaltender's leg ...

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