Puck the Bunny Predicts: Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs [VIDEO]


Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs

Saturday April 13, 2013  7:00 pm.

CURITIBA, BRAZIL — Puck the Bunny appears on All Habs Hockey Magazine predicting outcomes of games from his home in the beautiful country of Brazil. Yes, an exotic prognosticating bunny! In 2011-’12, his first season as a member of the All Habs team, Puck’s record was an amazing 23-12-6!

Puck_winterToday he picks the winner of Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs .

Wonder who Puck chose today? He explains it like this: with food he doesn’t like blue leaves. So his choice shouldn’t be a mystery.

He will admit it. In rivalry games like this, the bunny is a homer.  He hopes Habs keep winning!

Puck wants to congratulate Peter Budaj for signing with Canadiens for two more years. Puck would like to see the Habs play in front of Carey Price as well as they played last game for Budaj.

Go Habs Go!

Who did Puck choose today? Watch! His record this season is 18-10-4.

Don’t forget to follow @HabsPuckBunny @All_Habs and @AllHabsBrasil as well!

Just a few words for our Brazilian friends: Puck the Bunny tem um importante trabalho. Ele trabalha para o All Habs Brasil com a função de prever resultados de jogos — hoje ele escolherá o vencedor do jogo Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto Maple Leafs.

Quem ele irá escolher? Assista e descubra!


  1. The hockey game of Saturday of habs vs maple leaf in Toronto was very fast ice skating. Toronto won 5-1 goals. Montreal has poor defence and could not stop the puck near the goal line. Montreal has to work hard for its defence now to win future hockey games. The goalman Price has to work hard and do more practice now to control the puck and shots. Budaj is better goalman for habs future games with Toronto, Winnipeg, Boston and Buffalo. Habs have to make and play strong defensive game and score early in the first period. Fast skating by habs is required to control the puck and score by passing the puck quickly to team player.
    Otherwise it will be very difficult for habs to win future hockey games.

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