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Montrealers Twitter Reactions To A Very Unlikely Must Win Game 5 Canadiens Win Over The Rangers

Let's face it people, hope was at an all-time low at the start of Game 5. But taking a look at these tweets from Montrealers watching the game, you would never be able to tell.

The Habs' (admittedly) surprising 7-4 victory against the New York Rangers has restored hope within the city. Now we know the Rangers can be crushed, and with all the online support from fans, the possibility of the Habs winning the series is increasingly becoming a reality.

Fans were jacked off of Habs-hype last night, and you may have even tweeted a few proud remarks. Check out Montreal's top tweets from last night's stunning Game 5 victory below.

Stop taking credit for things, Tricia. Classic Tricia.



— Tricia (@mumby) May 28, 2014

Habs > Crime

Even the @SPVM are stopping what they're doing to watch some of the last period.

— Andrew Brennan (@Brennamen) May 28, 2014

But first...



— We Got This! (@humaira_habs) May 23, 2014

All you need is faith

Game 3, believe!!

— (@TotalMTLdotcom) May 22, 2014

This picture basically sums it up






— Victor Sinasac (@VicSinasac) May 28, 2014

In the words of Michael Kelso: BURNNN!!!

Fun stat of the night. Last night, the empty net had a better save percentage than Queen Henrik #GoHabsGo#BecauseItsTheCup#SuckItHenrik

— James Edmonds (@Muffman1981) May 28, 2014

Yeah, tell them to suck it




— Tim Yorke (@tyorke1) May 28, 2014

Coderre is taking this off the ice and into the bakery


— DenisCoderre (@DenisCoderre) May 28, 2014

Best use of this quote, ever.

— CellyHard (@CellyHard) May 28, 2014

Let's keep our pride showing 'til the Cup

Great game last night!. HABS pulled it off and avoided elimination. GO hABS GO

— stewsblues (@stewsblues) May 28, 2014

What did you tweet during Game 5?

For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte

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