The Montreal Canadiens facing Tomas Plekanec for the first time since his trade to the Maple Leafs. Brendan Gallagher and Artturi Lehkonen and others actually donned turtlenecks in the pre-game skate to honour the occasion. Montreal playing with a lot of pride to close this disappointing season. The Leafs without Auston Matthews for this one. Here’s the COTW. Sorry, but you must be a subscriber to view this content. Click here to sign inBrian Wilde has worked in hockey since he was 20.
Much to the chagrin of the fans who want the tank to be in full swing, the Montreal Canadiens keep putting points in the standings as the young players show they may just be ready to shine next season. A difficult test tonight though as Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins come to town. Here’s the Call Of The Wilde…. Sorry, but you must be a subscriber to view this content. Click here to sign inBrian Wilde has worked in hockey since he was 20.
Sidney Crosby had JDLR opposite him all night and the Habs Center was outstanding. Here’s his thoughts. Brian Wilde has worked in hockey since he was 20. He was the rink side host for the Edmonton Oilers at CTV and Ottawa Senators for Sportsnet. He was also lead reporter on the Montreal Canadiens for 17 years at CTV Montreal.
Then at the Frozen Four Saint Cloud & Denver have been exchanging punches all year. Denver just won the conference but I’ll take SCS & Poehling.
Northeastern with Cayden Primeau then runs into Notre Dame who are just too good.
Notre Dame vs SCS for it all. Taking Evans & ND.
Saint Cloud as the 1 overall got a very good regional. I like their chances to make it to the Frozen Four.
Then 2 extremely tough brackets. I’m taking Denver to surprise as a 2 seed here.
Upset next as I’m not big on Cornell. Gonna take Northeastern.
Notre Dame wins East.
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