It may be the preseason, but what the hell, it's been too long anyway. Besides, I don't know how many reviews of a game I'm going to feel this good about while I'm writing it. So here it is, without further delay: a review of the seafood line. The seafood line is a nickname that has spread throughout Montreal radio and small-talk pretty quickly; callamari and two shrimps, clearly referencing newcomers Cammalleri, Gomez, and Gionta. Seafood, see? It's funny, you'll get it later. Nothing was funny about last night's game, which saw the Canadiens down walking into the third period. That's when the lines were shuffled, Cammalleri went up to the first line after Max Pacioretty was injured. (on a side note, Jacques Martin, head coach, said "It’s nothing serious but we decided t ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NHL
Article written by Elie Aintabi