The Price Is Wrong
Unless you’re a real masochist, then you probably tuned out of last night’s Montreal Canadiens shellacking by the Vancouver Canucks shortly after the 2nd period began. Poor Carey Price, somebody has to step in and quit letting him play in meaningful games and/or on nights when he has an emotional investment. Unlike his visit to his home province last season, Price got the start in front of friends and family. He looked like a sieve on a few of the seven Canucks’ goals, but also looked like the only Montreal player on the ice for most of the night.
Brian Burke Is Feeling Relieved, But Thinking About The Ones That Got Away
The Toronto Maple Leafs dodged some bullshit tampering charges from Mike Gillis and the Vancouver Canucks. Ron Wilson was handed a fine as Brian Burke and his mouth avoided any serious trouble. Burke may have been serious in his pursuit of the Sedin twins, but the Bobbsey twins had little to no interest in reuniting with their North American dad as they re-signed with the Canucks before Burke even landed in Sweden.
Brent Johnson Robs Shane Doan
In light of no readily available video of Petr Prucha scoring while laying on his back last night, here’s Penguins’ backup Brent Johnson making a save he had no business making on Shane Doan. The Coyotes shutout the Pens 3-0, I’ve said it before… the Yotes will make the playoffs.