Josh Anderson makes a promise to the Habs Fans

Published May 25, 2021 at 1:17 PM

Habs forward Josh Anderson has promised the media that we will have a hungrier club for the fourth game of the series between the Habs and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In his remarks, Josh Anderson has repeatedly addressed the importance of having a more involved presence in front of the cage of Cerberus Jack Campbell in order to complicate his work.

We can even expect physical wars in front of the opposing net. As we know, the Toronto Maple Leafs love to play physically in defensive territory. Defenders like Zach Bogosian love to jostle forward players and keep them out of Jack Campbell's net.

In the first three duels between the two Canadian teams, the Habs scored four goals. If the number is clearly insufficient, the manner is cause for concern. The Habs scored on clear scoring chances in front of the net, as there was little traffic except for Jesperi Kotkaniemi's goal in the second match.

The Habs will have to attack the opposing net, but avoid unnecessary indiscipline, which was costly in game two. The Habs must play aggressive and they cannot afford to offer three or four power-play opportunities per game for the Leafs.
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