Breakfast Blend: Carey Price Offers His Opponent a Shave

Breakfast Blend: Carey Price Offers His Opponent a Shave If there’s one thing Bruins fans can smile about this season, it’s that the Canadiens, who renovated their lineup this offseason, are doing even worse than their beloved Black and Gold.

Montreal’s netminder Carey Price has been the one to blame, as Price is just 4-8 with a 3.08 GAA. Even the Habs’ backup keeper, Jaroslav Halak has more wins (five) than the starter, but that’s not stopping Price from offering his opponents a nice clean shave with his big paddle. Cue The Three Stooges music.

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Breakfast Blend: Carey Price Offers His Opponent a Shave

Comment of the day
Boston’s 6-5 loss to the Penguins will go down as an overtime loss and one point in the standings, but for some Bruins fans — including JD, who commented on Neil Keefe‘s Bruins recap — that loss appears to be the last straw.

“We absolutely must do something. This is the most frustrating this team has been
since the Dave Lewis era. They are simply a mediocre team. When Savard and Looch get back, yes we will be better, but only slightly? We need a bona fide
superstar/goal-scorer. Look at the final 4 from last year. They all had a front
line goal-scorer to put the puck in the net. Sturm and Ryder just don’t cut it.
Until the B’s get that goal-scorer, they won’t go anywhere in the playoffs, let
alone make them. Hopefully they could swing a deal for Kovalchuk. Don’t know how
they could make that work though.”
–JD

Video of the day

Milwaukee’s Brandon Jennings went off Saturday night against the Warriors and broke a few records in the process. The 20-year-old drained 55 points — including 29 in the third quarter alone — to top LeBron James as the youngest player to score at least 50 points in one game in NBA history. Jennings’ 55 points is also a new Bucks rookie record, previously held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (then Lew Alcindor), who drained 51 points in a 1970 game. Here’s a glimpse of what Jennings was up to prior to being the No. 10 overall pick in the 2009 draft.

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