Found March 17, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
The Habs eked out a point last night. That was solely due to the play of Carey Price, who kept the Senators at bay for 50-odd minutes before they tied the game and went on to win 2-1. The Habs were without Andrei Markov (it’s not the knee, it’s upper body, we swear…yeah, sure), Tomas Kaberle, and the regulars who have been out all season. I give Randy Cunneyworth credit, he still has much of this team working, and he’s still emotional as ever on the bench. It would be very easy for someone in his position to simply throw in the towel - after all, the chances of him being back as head coach are slim to done. However, he’s still tearing strips of players, telling referees (such as favourite Chris Lee) where to go, and urging his players on to victory. It’s inspiring in one sense, and depressing in another. So the Habs fight on, ready to go again tonight. No word yet on whether Mr. Markov will be back patrolling the blue line. Alexei Emelin went down last night with an injury, blockin...

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