Found December 30, 2011 on Kukla's Korner:
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The Canadiens blow a 3-1 lead, this time blaming the bounces as the Habs fall to Tampa Bay. Bright spots? Mike Cammalleri seems to be waking up, Alexei Emelin is laying wicked hits left right and centre, and Raphael Diaz has 5 points in his past 2 games. Downsides? Everything else, led by the usual goal from an ex-Hab, this time former farmhand JT Wyman. And so the Canadiens drag their corpse of a team towards the new year, as they dangle near the bottom of the standings. Continue reading "Habs find another way to lose"
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