Carey Price sure seems to have offered a rare dud of a performance last night, eh?
Then again, when the 15th ranked Habs head out west, where they seldom have success to begin with, it is hard to expect great things.
At least there were some positives to be taken away from the game.
Max Pacioretty is inching closer to the 30 goal plateau and is now tied for the team lead in scoring.
Lars Eller contributed two points as his offensive prowess continues to grow.
Ryan White continues to add a much needed physical element to the squad. He finished the night with three hits along with two shots on goal.
Although it has been a rough campaign, there is hope in the development of many of team's younger players.
Who do you think has been a bright spot for the Habs this year?
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