Going into yesterday's game, I was a little nervous. The Philadelphia Flyers, in spite of their injury woes, were a 54.05% Fenwick tied team on the road, and the Canadiens hadn't been dominant on possession over the last few games.

Couple that with the announcement that Carey Price was hospitalized with the flu, and that the Flyers were embarrassed by the Devils the night before, it seemed like the perfect recipe for a blowout.

But you can't engineer a blowout when you can't get a shot on net, and through half of the game, the shots were 17-5 for the Montreal Canadiens.

By the end of the game the Flyers had trimmed that margin to 29-19 for the Habs, but the shots at even strength were 21-13 for the Habs.