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1. Jaroslav Halak has a .933 save percentage in the playoffs so far.  If he keeps that up, it would make him the best goaltender since the NHL started recording shots in 1983.  Is Halak really that good?

a. Halak is the next big-game goaltender.

b. The system is suited to the players and has proven it works, the unification aspect comes in, bonds the team, and makes it greater than the sum of its parts.

c. Stop pissing on my parade, Gabe

d. Montreal's luck is bound to turn.

2. Montreal's strategy seems to be to let the other team come in to their end and take a lot of shots.  Do we really expect them to keep winning?

a. Of course.  Halak is the next big-game goaltender.

b. The system is suited to the players and has proven it works, the unification aspect comes in, bonds the team, and makes it greater than the sum of its parts.

c. Stop pissing on my parade, Gabe

d. Montreal's luck is bound to turn.

3. Jaroslav Halak is the next big-game goaltender.  So why was he benched against Washington?  Why didn't the Czechs Slovaks the team with Chara on it win in the Olympics?  Why didn't Montreal secure a better playoff spot earlier in the season?

a. Shut the fuck up.  Halak is the next big-game goaltender.

b. The system is suited to the players and has proven it works, the unification aspect comes in, bonds the team, and makes it greater than the sum of its parts.

c. Stop pissing on my parade, Gabe

d. Montreal's luck is bound to turn.

 

If you answered A or B to three questions, well, I don't know what to tell you.  Best to consult the magic 8-ball going forward.  If you answered C, then you're a desperate Habs fan, but at least we're on the same page.  D was the correct answer to all three questions.