i'm watchin' the habs play my rangers as i write and i've got to say, it would be a very nice time to be a canadiens fan... this team is a scoring machine and huet is looking unbeatable, for the most part. also, i would like to point out that dubinsky is making a good argument for a calder nom, even though one of the blackhawks' youngsters will still probably take home the hardware.
but i digress....
the flames looked pretty sloppy v. dallas last night, though it did seem like the ice was shockingly bad. still, the stars didn't need that excuse to pot a couple goals and hold the flames to a single tally. turco was in fine form and there was an epic amount of hustle from the guys wearing white.
with no scoring coming from anywhere in the second period, keenan et al. started switching up lines: he played tanguay on the wing with langkow and iginla, and moved huselius onto a line with lombardi and moss ---to no avail. kipper looked mostly solid, though the second stars' goal was a bit of a softie.... i dunno. it was hardly the flames' best outing of the season, though it was nowhere near the worst, either.
it'll be interesting to see what, if any, of these changes stick for the oilers game tomorrow. hopefully the flames won't take the matchup too likely as we really need the two points, and the greasers would certainly love to play spoiler (and we know they can if garon/rollie choose to step it up).