Tonight and this afternoon will be an outright cluster&@$^. I can't even begin to try to calculate who we are going to end up playing in the first round. If we lose tonight it will be the Leafs, simple as that. If we win and Boston loses their game to Washington then things will get interesting tomorrow night in the finale game of Ottawa vs Boston. So basically win for drama and lose to play the Leafs. My heart says lose and sweep the Leafs out in the first round for what would be revenge for every Saturday night game of my childhood living in Ontario. My sensible self says win and end up playing an easier team seeded way lower than us. It is going to be an interesting 40 hours ahead. Oh, and if we draw the Sens in the first round I'd be all over some tickets, so kinda hoping for that too.
Wow, talk about a busy day in Montreal. MTL trades Erik Cole to DAL for Michael Ryder. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 26, 2013 And then: Fever, stuffy, headache, chills, then you've got a co... concussion really? #renebourque — AngryHabsFan (@AngryHabsFan) February 26, 2013 Twitter is great isn't it. Funny how journalists make big dough to write stories about breaking tweets. All praise our lord and saviour Marc Bergevin. Goodbye Mr. Cole, you will be missed when we remember 2011/2012. Not so much this year.
Using your name as a logo is so original and creative, Ottawa Did you know the Habs have moved up into 14th place in the East? How dare you lose to us, Ottawa! Suddenly I can see the playoffs off in the horizon. Much like how Sarah Palin can see Russia from her home. With a 0.04% chance of making the playoffs it's hard to find anything funny or humorous these days. Being a Montreal fan this past season has given me many hockey insecurities. So, what do people with insecurities do when they're feeling down? Make fun of others. In honor of our home and home with Ottawa, here are some great things about Senators history that make me feel good inside as a Montreal fan: June 2007 : In the dying moments of the second period in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Daniel Alfredsson decided to wire the puck straight at Scott Niedermayer. Whether it was done out of frustation, anger, or just plain fatigue, it was awesome. Alfredsson isn't that type of player though. A