Paul Romanuk and Gary Galley calling the Canadiens 3-2 OT loss to the Sabres.
Gary Galley Magic: "The team that scores first in a game usually ends up getting a good opportunity to get ahead in the game..."
And here I was, like a sucker, thinking he might not be putrid if not anchored down by the husk of what used to be Bob Cole. But no, Gary generates his own suckage, he's no victim, he's the author of our misery.
I guess it was bound to happen. The Canadiens put themselves to sleep with one of their own boring games.
Certainly I was off my guard, I was counting those two points as just deserts, points we'd put in the bank in advance of not doing so against the league powerhouses. Boy is my face red.
Carey Price certainly did enough to deserve a better fate. His glove hand was not exposed as weak! Weak! Weak!
It's not like we can blame injuries either. Our walking wounded are slowly returning, and it's not like the Sabres aren't dealing with their own headaches right now.
Oh, and la fatigue, we're even-steven with them there too, they're on back-to-back games plus travel night too.
So I don't know what to say. We never put away a weakling, let them hang around, let them tie the game, and let them win in overtime.
Does that make us a weakling?