A wild game. A standings point we probably shouldn't have gotten, but then again totally deserved. Afinogenov, Enstrom, and Kovalchuk continuing to produce. Pavelec playing solid.
Most heartening of all, perhaps: a great big crowd by Thursday night standards. I haven't seen a crowd that big and that loud in a while. It was a rush of manic collective energy, especially in the third period. I wanted to hug and kiss every person there (even the annoying Bruins fans) when Afinogenov scored the late tying goal. The resulting multi-player pile-up was beautiful.
Many reasons to feel good. Don't fret about the silly shootout (WHY didn't Kozlov go wide?).
If you are upset, here's a very early piece of Christmas entertainment, which Bob Dylan just released as a Thanksgiving present, to all of us.
P.S. Those hideous third jerseys should have been murdered in their crib long ago, but surely it's high time we got rid of them. Not only are they ugly, but they lead to losses. This needs to be rectified.