Notes on the third:
-Both of Bergeron's goals in this series have been scored because Gomez was supposed to be checking him and lost him.
-Habs finally get a PP and Subban buries it deeper than the original Jerusalem.
-Losing all the faceoffs is very worrisome.
-My hands are shaking too hard to type. How the hell did that scramble not result in a Bs goal?
-And after ten minutes of the Habs playing to not lose, the Bs tie it up. Moen's been softer than baby jammies on the boards in this period.
-What a chance to take it on the late PP. OT may kill me.
Notes on the second:
-If the Canadiens had three more of White, they'd be unstoppable.
-Oh man. Ryder? Price has to have that one, although it didn't help that Spacek was totally caught.
-Necessary in-game adjustment: Get Moen OFF the Gomez/Gionta line. He's now missed FOUR open nets.
-Cammalleri! The first attempt would have been pure gold, but the second one still counts. It's kind of like if The Godfather Three came out first.
-And Kostitsyn! Stick on the ice and boom! It's great to see him smile.
-Uh oh. The two-goal lead is affecting the urgency in a bad way.
-And just as I type that, a long floater beats Price over the glove. Hammer makes a better door than a window.
-Price looks shaky. He's looking around a lot and dropping the puck when he's got it.
-Charming, yet expected, Bruins behaviour out of Ference in giving the fans the finger.
-And the Bruins tie it up because neither Gomez or Hamrlik wanted to take a hit.
-I'm not confident about the third.
Notes on the first:
-I'm more nervous than a spinster librarian in a frat house.
-During the anthems, Price is stretching in a way he never does. Cammalleri looks like he wants to drill holes in the ice with his eyes.
-Tentative start for both teams. They feel this one is pretty momentous.
-Fabulous work by Desharnais and Cammalleri, and Sopel picks a great time to nail his first as a Hab.
-On the shift right after the goal, Eller wove through the Bs like a Turkish carpet maker.
-Poor Moen. Always in the right place, but has the finish of a split log.
-Gionta's like a make-and-break motor: Not that big, but rarely quits and gets you home through the storm.
-Gomez looks alive tonight.
-DD's taking the puck off Chara on the PK is literally David vs.Goliath. He could tell you what kind of deoderant Chara wears...if he wore any.
-Nice period. I have a feeling the Habs'll need another couple of goals to make this stand up.