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Habs-Sens redux, Saturday notes

Tonight, the Canadiens take on the Senators in Ottawa, perhaps still recovering from their 3-0 loss at the hands of New Jersey on Thursday. The Canadiens looked terrible against the Devils, going long stretches without a shot as New Jersey invoked pre-lockout hockey to shut down any offence the Habs could muster. Sure, the Devils were helped by the inane refereeing of Stéphane Auger, but the Canadiens themselves were to fault on Thursday as they failed to put forth the effort needed to beat Martin Brodeur.

As an aside, Brodeur did make some fantastic saves, but so did Carey Price. With an average goaltender, the Habs may have lost 6-0. It was that one sided at times.

So, while the Habs prepare for the Sens, a few questions linger from Thursday:

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  Tags: andrei+markov, kevin+bieksa, power+play, yanick+weber

Who’s Getting the Power Play Time

From Scott Cullen at TSN:

This week’s edition of Backchecking is going to examine the newcomers and surprises when it comes to power play ice time.  We all know that Datsyuk and Zetterberg are on the Red Wings power play, right?  Sure.  But, who would have guessed that Radek Bonk is still getting PP time in Nashville?

A team-by-team look..


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  Tags: power+play, special+teams, stats


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