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Things are Wonderful in Washington

The Capitals came out flying. The Capitals outshot Montreal 41-28 in regulation. The Capitals dominated on faceoffs. The Capitals had a 2-1 lead with 13 minutes to go in the third period. But the Capitals lost.

Tomas Plekanec scored in overtime to seal a 3-2 win for Montreal in game 1 of their best-of-seven series with Washington. Mike Cammalleri opened the scoring with a powerplay goal in the first period, which also ended his personal scoring drought. Joe Corvo tied it up a few minutes later with a long shot that seemed to have eyes through a screen that eventually found the back of the net. Tied 1-1 after 1, and also tied 1-1 after 2, the Capitals’ Nicklas Backstrom scored just 47 seconds into the third period to give the Caps a 2-1 lead. Then it all unraveled.

With less than 10 minutes to go, a team that scored over 300 goals this year decided that the best way to seal it would be to drop back into a trap. The line of Pouliot-Gomez-Gionta was out against Ovechin-Backstrom-Knuble with Schultz-Green. The Caps went into a trap instead of their usual attack style, Gomez beat Backstrom in the neutral zone, then he blew by Ovechkin, then he passed to Gionta, Gionta to Pouliot, and Gomez beat Green to the net for a beautiful goal to tie it up. Lesson learned – “safe is dead”.

I know I am making it sound like Washington lost the game, rather than giving credit to Montreal. That is partially true, but the Habs did 5 things incredibly well that allowed them to beat the top team in the NHL.

1 – Goaltending

Theodore was good, but Halak was better. For Montreal to win, that needs to happen every time.

2 – Discipline

The Canadiens only took 4 penalties the entire game. They will need to continue to keep the #1 ranked Caps PP off the ice as much as possible.

3 – Contain Ovechkin

Not only did they contain him, Ovechkin didn’t even get a shot on goal. See below (#4) to find out why!

4 – Tremendous team defense

This includes the matchup of Spacek on Ovechkin, fierce back-pressure from the forwards, and 9 shot blocks by Hal Gill, who like Spacek, played one of his best games ever in a Habs uniform.

**Back-pressure means the forwards are aggressively backchecking to an area, which in this case is Ovechkin’s side of the ice. By doing that, it allows the D to play him more aggressively because if the D gets beat wide, he has support from at least 1 forward to cover for him; and it also limits the attacker’s (Ovechkin) ability to cut to the middle of the ice.**

5 – Montreal’s best players were their best players

Just look at the goal scorers – Cammalleri, Gomez, Plekanec.

With a 1-0 series lead, the Habs are now playing with house money tonight in Washington. If they lose, at least they accomplished their goal of taking 1 of the first 2 road games against the Capitals. If they win, that’s just a bonus. I just hope that game 1 didn’t wake the beast that is the Washington Capitals. Puck drops at 7pm tonight.

GO HABS GO!

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I am the Director of NHL Content & Habs writer for ProSportsBlogging.com; I have spent 8 seasons behind the bench as a minor hockey coach; and I am the future GM of the Montreal Canadiens (according to my mom). I spend my days managing the Harrow Sports brand in my hometown of Montreal and I moonlight as a Hockey Advisor for Pi Athlete Management. Most importantly, I'll throw anyone under the bus for a laugh.


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  1. Ben Petrino Apr 17 201011:39 am

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    I know the Hall Gill signing was highly criticized and his play was too by basically everybody (myself included), but he has really turned it around and managed to play well. Good for Gill and he’s been pretty instrumental thus far.

    I’m not sure Halak can stand getting shelled like that every game. It will be a true test for Halak if that Caps offense starts going full force.

    1. Corey Krakower Apr 17 201011:41 am

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      The title should have read; “Things are Wonderful in Washington…for now”

    2. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:06 pm

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      I criticized Gill because I didn’t know how good he was. I didn’t like his game at first, but now I do. He’s huge, so he has a long reach and takes up a lot of space. That makes him good on the PK. Plus, he shut down Ovechkin in the playoffs last year. I’m not exactly sure what you mean by “turned it around.” He was good last year with Pittsburgh, and he has played well (up to his standards) with the Canadiens this year.

      1. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:11 pm

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        Hal Gill is a pylon. Ovechkin simply didn’t play his game last time out, but you’ll see him come ready to rip it up tonight.

        Gill can’t skate, can’t hit, can’t fight. That’s sad when you think about it. He has too much size to be physically irrelevant in a hockey context.

        Spacek and Hamrlik are to thank for any “shutting down” of Ovechkin, as they play with very active sticks, and limited Ovechkin positionally when they were out against him.

        1. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:17 pm

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          Right. He gets beat to the pucks in the corner (although, most of the time, Gorges will chase the puck and Gill goes to the front of the net, regardless of which side the puck is on). On the PK, though, he is brilliant. He literally clogs up the front of the net by lying down on the ice.

          1. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:20 pm

            You could put a sumo wrestler out there and achieve the same results… My point is that Hal Gill is an awful player when it comes to his actual overall ability. He does fit the role you mentioned on the PK, but realistically, he’s dead-weight otherwise. Blocking shots intentionally is different than just being a lump of flesh in front of the net.

  2. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:01 pm

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    Washington is going to stomp the Habs tonight, book it.

  3. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:06 pm

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    Corey, I believe you mean Tomas Jagr. Not sure who this Plekanec guy is that you speak of.

    1. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:09 pm

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      Don’t tarnish Jagr’s name Sam… Sacriledge!

      Signed,
      The Czech Republic

      1. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:13 pm

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        Pfft…Jagr is one of my favorite players of all time. I began following hockey while living in PIttsburgh (at around age 7), watching Lemieux, Jagr, et al.

        1. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:15 pm

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          Then you should know better than to blaspheme Jagr’s name by attaching it to Plekanec! LOL… Hey man, I’m Czech. We take our Jagr-isms very seriously!!!

          1. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:18 pm

            You must not have seen the trash talking between Theodore and Plekanec.

            http://voices.washingtonpost.com/capitalsinsider/let-the-trash-talk-begin.html

            Read Theodore’s quote.

            After the game on Thursday, they replaced Plek’s 14 with a 68 on his locker.

          2. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:22 pm

            I heard all about it, and was just as adamant that it was stupid. Plekanec is a known element to me. I like him as a player, but as a person I have issues with him as he was banging my deceased best friend’s woman for a while. I’m not 100% sure, but I believe coke was also involved at times. Again, not 100% sure about that, but it filtered through the grapevine…

  4. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:11 pm

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    Also, I really do believe the Canadiens’ back-checked well on Thursday. Every time Ovechkin had the puck, there was a defenseman and a forward near. It made it simple to simply poke the puck away. That being said, Backstrom had so many good opportunities while everyone was focused on Ovechkin. That could be bad because Backstrom had more than one chance which could have easily been goals (e.g. the one where the puck bounced over Halak’s head and just slid by the post).

    Finally, if the team plays Martin’s preferred style (i.e. neutral zone trap), the Habs will get absolutely smoked. From what I have seen, Martin is reluctant to stick with the aggressive forecheck. He will adjust during one game and the next, his team will be out there trapping again. He has to stick with the aggressive forecheck, not allowing Ovechkin and co. to gain our zone with speed. If they can do that, the game will be over before it starts.

    1. Dan Rakusan Apr 17 20101:18 pm

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      I totally agree with your point about Martin’s style. Many times in Ottawa he was stubborn about adjusting his gameplan, and it cost the team big-time. He’s simply a one-dimensional tactician, and it could work against the Habs. They aren’t good enough defensively to play a contain defence game in and game out. They need to play a pressure game in order to keep Washington hemmed in their own zone. Not gonna beat Halak from 200 feet, and that’s the best defence for Montreal in this series.

      1. Sam Diament Apr 17 20101:19 pm

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        It’s kind of sad, really. Gainey built a small team with a lot of speed, and then he went out a hired a coach who would play the Gainey-esque, defensive system. He built a team that works against what he wanted to achieve. Maybe that’s why he quit…

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