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A lifelong Montrealer and Habs fan, my hockey knowledge - only developed in 2010 - has led me to combining my passions: Habs and writing. Follow me on Twitter @LissaHabsWriter

Galchenyuk OT Goal Breaks Habs 4-Game Losing Streak In Arizona

Galchenyuk OT Goal Breaks Habs 4-Game Losing Streak In Arizona

Galchenyuk OT Goal Breaks Habs 4-Game Losing Streak In Arizona Alex Galchenyuk’s OT goal broke the Habs 4-game losing streak as they beat the Coyotes 5-4 in Arizona Thursday night. The game that was as erratic as their season has been, with ups and downs culminating in the sudden-death win. It started off well, disintegrated […]

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Habs Edged 3-2 By Capitals

Habs Edged 3-2 By Capitals

  Habs Edged 3-2 By Capitals Habs were edged 3-2 by the Capitals Saturday afternoon, in a game that saw them picking up the pace only as the clock counted down in the third period. The first period – with a delay of game I’ll explain further – brought a bit of life to them as […]

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Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers

Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers

Habs Outshot, Outplayed, Outscored in Loss to Flyers The Habs were outshot, outplayed, and outscored in a 3-1 loss to the Flyers Thursday night. In a game where they took a season-low 16 shots on the Philadelphia net, they relied on Carey Price who, while solid, could not play both sides of the ice all […]

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Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres

Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres

Pacioretty Hat Trick Gives Habs A 5-2 Win Vs Sabres A Pacioretty hat trick gave the Habs a 5-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night in Montreal, as the Habs played another strong, dominant game on home ice. Returning from injury were Greg Pateryn (in for Jeff Petry who has the flu), David […]

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Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot In 3-1 Loss To Islanders

Habs Outshot in 3-1 Loss To Islanders Habs were outshot in a 3-1 loss to the Islanders Thursday night in Brooklyn. The final total was a deeply uneven 42-22 shots on goal, which presented the problem from the beginning. They came out slow, they didn’t take enough shots on net, and they gave up the […]

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Habs Win Vs Flames: An Evening With The Montreal Canadiens

Habs Win Vs Flames: An Evening With The Montreal Canadiens

Habs Win Vs Flames: An Evening With The Montreal Canadiens The Habs win vs the Flames Tuesday night was an exceptional game, and I had the privilege of attending. As this game saw me sitting closer than I ever have before, and as I don’t attend regularly (due to prohibitive pricing and a family of […]

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Habs Edged By Wings In Slow Motion

Habs Edged By Wings In Slow Motion

Habs Edged By Wings In Slow Motion The Habs were edged by the Wings in slow motion Monday afternoon, a rare weekday game due to Martin Luther King Day being a holiday in the USA. An unusually monotonous game, this Original-Six match-up did not yield the habitual sparks we see when the Habs and Wings meet. […]

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Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game

Habs Edged Rangers In Entertaining, Emotional Game The Habs edged the Rangers in an entertaining, emotional game filled with excitement and controversy, Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Andrew Shaw and Alex Galchenyuk returned to the line-up, after being sidelined with injuries. Shaw played only the first period, due to a penalty and game misconduct […]

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Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets

Big Win For Habs, 7-4 vs Jets A big win for the Habs, with a 7-4 victory in Winnipeg Wednesday night. With Phillip Danault and Artturi Lehkonen each scoring two goals, Sven Andrighetto getting his first of the season, and Tomas Plekanec getting his second in two games, it was a good night for individual […]

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Carey Price Is Not The Reason The Capitals Beat The Habs

Carey Price Is Not The Reason The Capitals Beat The Habs

Carey Price Is Not The Reason The Capitals Beat The Habs Carey Price is not the reason the Capitals beat the Habs Monday night, in a 4-1 game at the Bell Centre. But he’s being blamed for the loss. At least, on social media. Tomas Plekanec finally scored (his 4th; a power-play goal halfway through […]

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Thank You, St. John’s

An era in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador has come to an end on Friday night. After winning the first game in a best-of-five first round series, the St. John’s IceCaps lost three straight to be eliminated from the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs. At the OneCenter War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York, former Montreal […]

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