With this short victory, they ended their journey to Alberta. The Montreal Canadiens players were able to breathe a sigh of relief when they boarded the plane to bring them home from Calgary.
Even the captain said after the meeting!
Yes, it is huge. In the past few weeks, we have not had much success in fighting the flames. There is still a long way to go, but it can give us a breath. Shea Weber said this is a step in the right direction.
Habs leads the closest follower by six points and ranks fourth in the North Division. They have actually confirmed their position in the playoffs.
According to data from sportsclubstats.com, with this victory over the flames alone, the chance of Canadians participating in the Spring Waltz has dropped from 76% to 91.9%.
By maintaining a record of .400 (situation since April 1) (the worst record in the northern section during this period), the Canadian will add 7 points to his record and reach the end with a gain of 58 points.
According to this tangent, to limit CH, Flames should be almost perfect in the last eight games remaining. Two losses in regular time will be the end of Darryl Sutter’s forces.
Calgary has very little room for maneuvering. Unless there is a catastrophic situation, we will never be spared.
We should not forget the Canucks. Due to COVID-19, they had no activity for half a week, which dealt a heavy blow to them, so they only played 42 games. Therefore, mathematically speaking, they still have a chance to surpass Canada.
At first glance, people might think that the challenge before them is huge. They will have to play the remaining 14 games on the calendar within 22 days. But for Habs, the workload is actually similar. At the end of the calendar, Montrealers will participate in their most recent 14 games in 23 days.
The difference is that for Vancouver, 10 of these conflicts will take place in another time zone in another city.
In fact, the Ganaks will face the Flames in four of the last five games to complete the game schedule. The confrontation will definitely help the Canadians’ career…unless they all end in tie-breaks.