So it seems your Montreal Canadiens still have a few tricks up their sleeves. The cellar-dwelling Habs downed the Sens, last night, in a spirited match that included several fights.
Mostly notably, Ryan White and Chris Neil were after each other all night. That is until Neil was tossed for getting too rowdy too many times.
But the real story of the night was Erik Cole's hattrick in the first six minutes of play.
His trio put his season total at 30. Wow, when was the last time the Habs had two 30-goal scorers on the same team?
If you keep in mind that Brian Gionta had 29 the year before, this team, conceivably, will have three 30-goal scorers in their lineup next season. That alone won't make them winners, but it's certainly a good start!
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