It was one of the better Habs performances of the season and it couldn’t have come at a better time. Price delivers the shutout and the often maligned played heroes in this one.
That’s more like it. The Habs kept their playoff hopes alive with a crucial win in Philadelphia as Gallagher finally ended the team’s scoring drought.
It’s not looking good. Your Montreal Canadiens failed to score once, despite getting 48 shots on Corey Crawford, and their playoffs chances are slipping fast.
Your Montreal Canadiens just haven’t looked like the version of themselves that played the first 3/4 of the season. Price was fantastic and the only reason the Habs were in this one, but too many mistakes and not enough effort sunk them.
Carey Price earned career win number 315 and passed Plante as your Montreal Canadiens all time wins leader. Plus the Habs earned a critical win in their quest to stay in the playoff hunt.
Antti Niemi got the call against his former team and he was not up to the task. Two ugly goals early cost the Canadiens in a night where they came out ready to end the losing in San Jose. At least Lehkonen finally scored?
Carey Price is the king. With the win in LA, Price is now tied with Jacques Plante as the all-time wins leader. Oh and Gallagher now has back-to-back 30 goal seasons. Welcome to the team Jordan Weal!