Although three games does not make a season, the Montreal Canadiens have lost two of them, and have only recorded three goals while opposite teams were able to put 10 in past Carey Price and Al Montoya.
According to former Habs goalie Jose Theodore, the Canadiens do not have chemistry or an identity, and the lack of both crucial elements have quite apparent to fans and experts.
In an article in the Journal de Montreal, Theodore mentions that statements made by a few players, including captain Max Pacioretty and Price, already show there is frustration looming in the Habs' dressing room since players do not hesitate to blame one another for their poor performances.
The forwards have been pointing fingers at the blue liners for the lack of help on the score front, while Price is upset that too many pucks are left in front of his net, so much that we can notice his frustration on the ice after each goal.
Theodore also adds that head coach Claude Julien will need to find the right trios to put together on the ice, while GM Marc Bergevin will need to be proactive to move quickly on the market, or else he will be too late, once again.
Do you agree with the Habs former netminder?