Notes on the third:
-Ah...there's Cammalleri. Nice one-legged jig to get out in front for a shot.
-Gomez. Haven't seen so little hustle since the death of disco.
-Gill and Spacek are a marriage made in defensive hell.
-Good use of the time out by Martin.
-You have to love HDTV. We now know Price has a broken blood vessel in his right eye.
-Hammer time! Sometimes he has flashbacks to being the first overall pick. Easy garbage for Cammy.
-Wish Price had made that shot. Great win!
Notes on the second:
-Not having a D who can make a successful forward pass is hurting the transition game.
-That wasn't hooking by Plekanec. It was holding the stick with the armpit by the Sharks.
-Why does it seem the Canadiens never know where the puck is?
-It's easier to move snowplows than it is these Sharks.
-Price is handling the puck like he's roping calves.
-That Eller/Darche/Pouliot line has size, moves and persistence. Hello, second line!
-Is Cammalleri in uniform tonight? I haven't noticed.
-Plekanec's better than chocolate.
-Nice bounce back period. The physical Sharks aren't intimidating anyone.
Notes on the first:
-I understand Martin's reasoning in keeping Subban out again today, but I'd rather see him in against the big Sharks anyway.
-Nice fast start, but it'll be interesting to see what happens when the San Jose forecheck kicks in.
-Beautiful work by Pouliot on the Darche goal. And great puck pursuit by Darche himself.
-Are these the Canadiens, effectively forechecking? I must be dreaming during my afternoon nap.
-This is the kind of game when it's good to have a body like Andrei Kostitsyn's.
-Gill's looking a bit baffled by the little round black thing.
-Oh, Carey. I hope that doesn't signal a return of the rotten luck that dogged him in the last couple of seasons.
-Ten-four shots in favour of San Jose. It didn't look that way.