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10.21.2014: Win over Red Wings

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I’M SORRY

IT’S OKAY I MEAN AT LEAST I FOLLOW PEOPLE WHO TAG

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FEROCIOUSLY BLACKLISTS EVERYONE’S AOS LIVEBLOG TAGS INDIVIDUALLY

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………If anyone needed any more proof that Lars Eller is KILLING it this season, here it is:

lahs-ellah:

In just the game tonight against the Red Wings:

  1. He played 17:21. For reference, that’s good for 4th among forwards, tied with Brendan Gallagher, two seconds less than David Desharnais, about forty less than Tomas Plekanec, and a minute less than Max Pacioretty.
  2. He did that with a grand total of 22 seconds of special teams time. Desharnais and Gallagher had 1:04 on special teams, Pacioretty had 3 minutes, and Plekanec had 4:05 minutes. (And he did that while spending his bench time holding a towel to his face to stop bleeding.)
  3. He was 60% in the face off.
  4. In all situations, he started 30% of his shifts in the offensive zone (good for second lowest behind Weaver with 25%), but his Corsi for% was 54% (good for 6th behind Galchenyuk (75% in the offensive zone), Subban (64% in the OZ), Parenteau (70%), Markov (67%) and Gilbert (69%).
  5. At even strength, he still was at 30% of his starts in the offensive zone (remember, he only PLAYED 22 seconds not at even strength…) behind only Pacioretty at 25%. His Corsi for at even strength was also 54%, which sees him tied with Pacioretty.
  6. He had only one official shot on net, and one takeaway, but Bourque had 2 and Weise had 3, at least ONE of which came out of an Eller play.

I’m not going in to all the other games, because I have to do homework at some point tonight, but here are a few things from the game before this against the Avs.

  1. 17% of his shifts in all situations began in the offensive zone, and his Corsi for was 42%. 
  2. He had 2 shots on goal, had an assist, was part of the play that lead to a second Habs goal, and was absolutely ROBBED of a goal. 
  3. Most importantly, in the final seconds of the game, to protect a one goal lead down a man 6-5, Therrien iced him with Malhotra and Prust to make sure the game ended in regulation. He was played over Plekanec, our erstwhile defensive specialist.

Clearly Therrien trusts him rather a lot these days, and he’s earned every bit of it. 

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rawr0609:

9c9bs:

The real problem with people fussing over Pluto all the time is it represents the priorities of the public - preserving traditions rather than accepting facts. The pursuit of science is about building a sustainable catalog of truths, and there is no advantage in altering truths to appease nostalgia. 

wow

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pricey signing the camera
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I’M SO TIRED I GAVE TWO PROJECT PRESENTATIONS TODAY AND I HAVE ANOTHER ONE TOMORROW MORNIGN BUT I DON’T CARE I DOOON’T CAAAARE I LOVE THE HABS

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goallagher-galchenpuck:

I’m so ready for Chucky to slay the NHL

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lars-hella:

DID ANYONE ELSE SEE HOW PRICE WAS ACTUALLY HAPPY

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Periods of a Hockey game (according to the Montreal Candiens)

savedbyprice:

1st Period: Goalie practice

2nd Period: Warm up

3rd Period/OT/shoot out: Game seven of the stanley cup finals                                                          and you bet the life of your first born on the results