Carey Price: HOT
What can I say? We all saw him play and can all agree that he was on fire for the month of November. The numbers say it all; 8-4-0 record in 12 games in November, with a 1.59 goals against average. He made 373 saves out of 392 saves earning a .952 save percentage. He also had three shutouts against the likes of Vancouver, Philadelphia and Toronto. Price also got 9,927 fan votes in the new Three Stars system which allowed him to get the Molson Cup for the second month in a row.
Tom Pyatt: COLD
I’ve been told that he is a great player. When I look at his play in the month of November I’m inclined to disagree. He got one point in 12 games with a plus/minus of -1. Pyatt played an average of 11.40 per game and only managed to take 18 shots on net for the whole month. His face-off percentage for the month of November was 51.4
Tomas Plekanec: HOT
Plekanec continues were he left off last year. He is in my opinion the best player for the Habs thus far. He finished the month of November with 3 goals 10 assists for a total of 13 points and a plus/minus average of +3. I don’t care that he didn’t light up the lamps every game, he’s dishing out the passes and helping his team win games. Like Bill Clement of the NHL games by EA would say, “We should start calling him The Dish-Master”
Maxim Lapierre: HOT
Lapierre scored three goals in the last month two of them on November 22nd in Philadelphia he had no assists and finished the month with a plus/minus of -3. But that’s not the type of player he is. Lapierre has impressed me his season wih his new work ethic. It’s his second and hird efforts that are helping out his linemates. Lapierre has often been criticized for his physical, or his lack thereof. In November while having played an average of 11:38 per game, he had 43 penalty minutes. He continues to do his roll in instigating the oponants and getting under their skin. As much as ohers choose to criticize the fact the he hardly drops the gloves, I appreciate more the fact that he has enough self control not to accept any fight challenges when the Habs are in a good position during the game
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