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Bring on game two

Travel gets in the way, but a quick note on Habs-Sens: game one was fantastic, PK got the penalty he deserved, and nothing else should come of it. Dave Cameron should have been fined, but that's up to the NHL. Will there be fireworks tonight? Probably.

So bring on game two. I'm looking for Max Pacioretty to play, and for the Habs to come out on fire. Mark Stone will play too, because he seems to be fine - and I'm genuinely happy about that. I don't want to see anyone hurt. Jeff Petry was the Habs best defenceman in game one - does he continue the trend in game two? Does PK Subban come out a' blazing? Does Andrei Markov score on his own net again? (probably not for that last one). 

Will the Habs get the Burglar, or will Grimace make another appearance?

The Habs try to go up 2-0. Puck drop at 7.

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KelseyAnn's avatar

I think Ottawa’s a bit rattled after the win tonite. I was picking the Habs in 6 or 7 thinking the Sens hot streak was going to have them taking the first couple of games before the Habs get their footing and take the series.

Now I’m thinking this series will be short, and over in 4 or 5 games.

Posted by KelseyAnn from Ahwatukee, Arizona on 04/17/15 at 09:49 PM ET

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