Well-deserved boos from an uncharacteristically Montrealish crowd at the end of that 3-2 loss to the Blues. That's a hugely crappy third-period performance by the Flames against a team playing its sixth period in two nights.
Especially when the two breakdowns that led to your goals against in the final frame came off a horrible shift from your first line, and an embarrassingly bad goal allowed by your No. 1 goaltender. Kiprusoff has to have that puck along the ice.
Similarly, Keenan has to make sure Jim Vandermeer and Cory Sarich are nowhere near the ice in the last two minutes, and Jordan Leopold has to learn how to pass the puck along the blue-line when his goaltender is pulled in the final 60 seconds.
Other things I noticed tonight:
• Andy McDonald: What a player. The Ducks would love to have that guy right now.
• Dion Phaneuf: Still looking awfully sad for a $6.5 million player. Now he's lost his fundamentals AND his confidence.
• A one-off CBC show called "Easton Meets West": It's about "a Toronto-born family that moves to Calgary next door to tried-and-true westerners"? It's reverse Duncan — I totally PVR'd that shit after tuning in for a few minutes during intermission. Hilarious! Alas, whether it's good or not, it's done.