A simple Caps vs Habs game for you to play

Montreal Canadiens goalie Price skates by an advertisement on the boards during play against the Washington Capitals in Montreal

I came across a blog post that really got me thinking. I’d like to make it a game within a game really.

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to watch the game in it’s entirety this evening. As some of you out there know, I’m a musician and recently started playing a bit more… so it seems as though I’m playing this evening.

Luckily, in the venue where I will be…. I will have a wide screen TV to my right…. and my head shall be turned towards it while I play. Unless perhaps they FAIL to show the Habs game. In which case I’ll play with my eyes shut… (haha).

This blog article over on Berkshire on the Habs. Andrew highlights Rule 69 – Interference on the Goalkeeper in detail…. Now the game within the hockey game I would like to play would be to watch around Price’s net how many times he’s bumped tonight without a call while using Rule 69 as reference.

I notice that on Monday night as soon as Price was in goal that Knuble and friends were tighter in his face then they had been with Halak.

So… this is a simple game… How many times to your estimation does goalie interference occur without a call??

I won’t be able to play this game tonight… but if any of you do… please report back just for the fun of it!!

;-)

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