After the ridiculous loss against the Senators where the Canadiens owned the puck for more than two thirds of the game, you can't blame Habs fans for being a little nervous after Travis Moen knocked a puck past Price that ended up being credited to Frazer McLaren. I'm not exactly sure what Moen thought he was doing, but it didn't work out.

Moen got back in the good books later in the first though, helping Colby Armstrong set up a goal from the blueline by Alexei Emelin. Watching Colby Armstrong get a point against Toronto while they're paying him more this season than the Habs are was pretty funny.