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Canadiens drop 6 straight ahead of four game homestand

Canadiens drop 6 straight ahead of four game homestand

With their loss at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night, the Montreal Canadiens have lost their sixth consecutive game to mark their second longest losing streak of the 2017-18 season. Troubling enough, this is the third time this season that the Habs have suffered a losing streak of five or more games (7: Oct. […]

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Game Three Recap: Canadiens 3 Rangers 1

Game Three Recap: Canadiens 3 Rangers 1

  Coming off an exhilarating 4-3 overtime win Friday night, the Canadiens headed into Broadway looking to take their first lead of the series. Did the tweaks and changes Claude Julien made help the team? The first period was all Montreal. Alex Galchenyuk took back his natural centre post (on the third line) with Artturi Lehkonen […]

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Game Two Recap: Canadiens 4 Rangers 3 OT

Game Two Recap: Canadiens 4 Rangers 3 OT

  The talk surrounding The Montreal Canadiens after a 2-0 Rangers win in game one had fans all saying the same thing; “The  Canadiens can’t score”. I don’t disagree, but comparing the two teams, the Habs have the advantage in almost every category. I expected the goals to come in game two, and they did […]

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Game One: Habs Played Unacceptable Hockey

Game One: Habs Played Unacceptable Hockey

So, after that pitiful performance in Game 1 on Wednesday night, I’ve got a few things to say. The first period was pretty much your typical Montreal Canadiens hockey. They dominate the period, outshoot the Rangers 15-5, yet go into the second period down a goal. Overall, not the worst thing in the world, just […]

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Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

Defensive Depth: Who’s In The Top-6 Going Into Game One?

After a busy trade deadline of adding stability at the back-end, we now get to see if that depth will pay dividends for the Montreal Canadiens. Looking at the depth chart, the Habs have, in my opinion, 9 NHL-calibre defencemen that can be of use. The likes of the lineup locks; Shea Weber, Andrei Markov, […]

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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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Habs Dominate Rangers in 5-1 Win

Habs Dominate Rangers in 5-1 Win

Habs Dominate Rangers in 5-1 Win In a solid game for Montreal, the Habs went into Madison Square Garden and beat the New York Rangers in a decisive win from the very beginning. All eyes were on the Canadiens to see how they would adjust to a team without Brendan Gallagher. Gally was injured in the […]

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Habs Make History With Shut-Out Vs. Rangers

Habs Make History With Shut-Out Vs. Rangers

Habs 3, Rangers 0              Carey Price: 25/25;  Henrik Lundqvist: 29/31 There’s nothing more exciting than watching an already-historic team like the Habs make history again. And that’s what happened Thursday night at the Bell Centre, when the Montreal Canadiens, in their home opener against the New York Rangers, started a season at 5-0 for the […]

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NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

NHL Regular Season Predictions: Eastern Conference

Predictions, predictions… some will seem crazy to you but here we go for the Eastern Conference: Metropolitan: Washington Captials – I’m not sure there is an adjective in the English language to describe how lethal this offense truly is. If the thought of TJ Oshie on a line with Alex Ovechkin doesn’t make you giddy, […]

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Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

It is interesting how the mighty can fall. In two years, you can go from an absolute hero to scapegoat. In professional hockey cities, especially Montreal, this is nothing new. It seems like yesterday that the main man in Montreal went down, and a new hero had to arise. That hero being Dustin Tokarski, and his […]

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Montreal Canadiens: The Difference Makers

Most Hab fans will agree that the 2018-19 season was cut short; that the Canadiens played well enough through the 82-game schedule to qualify for the post-season. Though the organization didn’t reach their ultimate goal, there’s plenty of positives to take away from this edition of the Canadiens and the exclamation point came courtesy of […]

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