Ritter’s Rant: News and Notes From Around The NHL

April 27th, 2010 by Mark Ritter Leave a reply »
P.K's "OK"...

He may have only played just over 10 minutes, but given his Game Six performance, I think it’s safe to say the P.K. Subban era has commenced in Montreal.

There are not too many defensemen that can play in all zones, Subban looks to be that kind of player.

Keeping with the Montreal Canadiens, the Canadiens forced a Game Seven in their first round series against the mighty Washington Capitals.

The Canadiens have kept Alexander Ovechkin off the scoreboard in two of the six games and they have done a marvelous job extinguishing the Capitals ultra-tough power play which stands at an astonishing 3.3 percent success rate.

For the record, the Caps came into the series with the top ranked power play in the regular season, chiming in at a 25.2 percent success rate.

Quick pick for Game Seven: Montreal takes it to the Caps once again with Canadiens goaltender coming up large. Capitals lose, at home, 3-1.



On the heals of ousting the Buffalo Sabres from the playoffs (insert massive grin here), the Boston Bruins just got some more good news.

Marc Savard, wh ...

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