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by The Upper Canadien on 05/11/15 at 10:14 PM ET
The Canadiens are ready, keen, and raring to go, heading into game six on Tuesday night. The Lightning are also keen to try and finish things off, but they seem tinged with anger and frustration. Perhaps not surprising, given the events of the last two games, and perhaps also a good sign for the Habs, though time will tell.
So who has the edge? I'm not going to say Montreal, and I'm not going to say Tampa Bay. I am, instead, going to focus quickly on a player. That player is Carey Price. Since winning gold at the Olympics, Price has the following record in elimination games: 7-0-0. His save percentage? Over .970. Should Price be focused, he has the ability, on his own, to steal this game. He hasn't stolen one yet this series, and I said going in he would steal at least one (as he did with game six against Ottawa).
I'm going with Price to have a monster game tomorrow. Does that mean Montreal wins? Let's see if they can score two, or maybe even three(!). Regardless, it should be a great game, and Subban, Pacioretty and co. will be doing everything they can to support the goaltender who has saved their bacon all year.
Puck drop at 7. Should be a GREAT game. I can't wait. Enjoy.
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