kinot-1 Posted April 22, 2015 Report Share Posted April 22, 2015 IT'S kinot-1 RULES FOR THIS GAME (MY THREAD,,,MY RULES ): THERE WILL BE NO POSTING OF ANYTHING RELATED TO CLEANING FLOORS, UNTIL THE GAME IS OVER. ADMINS AND MODS, FEEL FREE TO HAND OUT WARNINGS OK,,,,, BITS AND BITES: Down 3-0 to the Montreal Canadiens in their Eastern Conference quarter-final, Cameron wouldn't confirm Tuesday whether Craig Anderson would make his second straight start or if he would go back to Andrew Hammond. The Ottawa coach also needs to find a way to have his players generate offence and eliminate second-period setbacks. Montreal has scored six of its nine goals in the middle stanza and Cameron said that a team meeting Tuesday was spent discussing his squad's mid-game struggles. Beaulieu is injured,,,, replaced by Pateryn. Ottawa says part of the game plan for Wednesday's must-win home game is to make things more challenging for Montreal netminder Carey Price. "We know he's good when he sees the puck so we need to put a lot of traffic and try and put someone in front of the net," said Senators centre Jean-Gabriel Pageau. "I think our line can always bring a little more. We have a lot of chances, we work hard, we try to pay attention to a lot of details. We just need the bounces now." Notes: The Senators plan to use Zack Smith on a line with Mike Hoffman and Chris Neil for Game 4. Smith replaces David Legwand. Defenceman Erik Karlsson and right-winger Mark Stone were given maintenance days Tuesday. Carey Price hasn’t lost four straight games since January 2014. Former Sabres forwards Torrey Mitchell and Brian Flynn have adapted nicely to their new scenery. Currently tied with P.K. Subban atop the Habs’ scoring leaderboard with one goal and two assists apiece in three postseason tilts, Mitchell and Flynn are also tied with perennial playoff performers like Sidney Crosby and Patrick Kane in offensive production, and Mitchell is tied for second in the NHL with a plus-4 differential to date. Although the Sens have opened the scoring in all three games against the Habs so far in Round 1, Montreal currently leads the series 3-0. The Winnipeg Jets also happen to have opened the scoring three times in their series against the Ducks -- a series which they likewise trail three games to none -- proof of the adage that it’s not how you start that’s important, but how you finish. Beau is injured and will miss the rest of the series. Let's hope that means he will only miss one game . kinot-1's GDT Record, 1-0 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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