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    Tuesday, April 25, 2006

    Habs Watch - Rydin on the wind

    Stardate 5667.75

    Montreal 6 - Carolina 5 (2 OT)

    It took only 2:32 into the second overtime for Michael Ryder to snap a shot through Cam Ward's legs to lift the Habs to a 2 - 0 series lead over the 2nd place Carolina Hurricanes. What a nailbiter of a game though. After a penalty filled second period that left the Habs starting the third two men down, Carolina had rallied back from a 3 - 0 deficit to be within a goal. I tell you, these penalties are almost getting to the point of ludicrous, but at least the calls are consistently ludicrous LOL! At any rate, Carolina scored twice on the two man advantage to take the lead, and I figured that was it for the beloved Canadiens.

    However Alex Kovalev (remember that name...) and Richard Zednik scored 36 seconds apart to pull ahead yet again. Stillman tied the game with only 90 seconds to go, and after an amazing overtime, the game was won. Huet stopped 41 of 46 shots and Martin Gerber was yanked in the first after giving up 3 goals on 9 shots. Former Red Deer Rebel netminder Cam Ward, came in in relief and played a solid game in a losing effort.

    The Habs return home for their next game on wednesday, after winning both road games in Carolina...

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