Sometimes when you have two young, dynamic skaters it can cause problems for the opposition. It’s not always about how much they’re scoring, sometimes it’s about chances, and eventually, those turn into goals. We all saw the Suzuki-Caufield chemistry on the Suzuki OT goal in Game 5, how it happened, and
The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-0, taking a three games to one series lead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Series. Here are some observations. The Flyers again deployed the Michael Raffl-Nate Thompson-Tyler Pitlick line to start the game, the same unit that got the assignment in Game Three.
The Philadelphia Flyers lost to the Montreal Canadiens 5-0 on Friday afternoon, tying their Best of Seven Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Series at one game each. Here are some observations. 1) If the second period of Game One was a blueprint that interim Canadiens head coach Kirk Muller (after head coach Claude
The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-1, in Game One of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Series. Here are some observations. The goalie match-up is as advertised. Not often you watch two goaltenders but on a technical display as proficient as what Carter Hart and Carey Price displayed. If there
The Montreal Canadiens traded their captain, Max Pacioretty to the Las Vegas Golden Knights for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki, and a second-round pick. They now picked up another center to play with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Jonathan Drouin. Like Kotkaniemi, I would let Suzuki go back to junior hockey for one more