11:57 AM EST, Sun December 16, 2018
Eyes On The Prize 5 hours ago
Recap: Canadiens batter Senators for the third time in two weeks

Recap: Canadiens batter Senators for the third time in two weeks

The Habs overcame questionable officiating and a pesky Senators team en route to a lopsided victory. For the third time in two weeks, the Montreal Canadiens clashed with the Ottawa Senators, this time in the season finale of their series. Ottawa won the first game in overtime, while Montreal, in back-to-back meetings earlier this month, shellacked them by identical 5-2 scorelines. Carey Price again reprised his role as Mr. Saturday Night as Montreal looked to win the season series and keep their momentum going from an emotional win against Carolina on Thursday. Standing in their way were...
Montreal Gazette 12 hours ago

Canadiens ride Carey Price's hot hand to a 5-2 win over Senators

Goalie earns his fifth straight victory and his sixth in his last seven games.
Montreal Gazette Dec 15, 2018

Canadiens vs. Senators: Five things to watch

Carey Price has been on a roll for the Canadiens and so has the fourth line, but the same can't be said for their pitiful power play.
Eyes On The Prize Dec 14, 2018
The Canadiens won it for Carey Price against Carolina

The Canadiens won it for Carey Price against Carolina

Montreal’s netminder kept his team in the game, and then they went out and repaid the favour. Carey Price has been the backbone of the Montreal Canadiens’ poised play recently. His calmness is emanating from the net out, and the team in front of him is playing noticeably better because of it. Against Carolina, Price was the reason it was just a one-goal deficit when the offence woke up late in the second period. Between sliding pad saves, or downright angry glove stops, Price was determined to not let his teammates down on Thursday night. Every time the Hurricanes clawed their way...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 14, 2018
Friday Habs Headlines: Michael Chaput is seizing his chance

Friday Habs Headlines: Michael Chaput is seizing his chance

In today’s links, Michael Chaput is making the most of his NHL opportunity, wondering what can be done about the Habs’ special teams, and how Ovechkin and Stamkos changed power plays around the league. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Michael Chaput is seizing his shot with the Habs. [Montreal Gazette] Martin Biron says that Claude Julien was sending a message by pulling Antti Niemi and sending in Carey Price after the seventh Minnesota Wild goal. [La Presse] The Canadiens need to do something about their catastrophic special teams. [Journal de Montreal] Corey Pronman gives his...
Sportsnet.ca Dec 13, 2018
Carey Price flashes the leather to rob Brock McGinn

Carey Price flashes the leather to rob Brock McGinn

Watch as Carey Price completely robs Brock McGinn of a sure goal with this amazing glove save. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Dec 13, 2018
[Highlight] Carey Price makes a great glove save on a point-blank shot

[Highlight] Carey Price makes a great glove save on a point-blank shot

The netminder isn’t letting the Hurricanes extend their lead. Carey Price wasn’t very happy about a collision moments earlier, and that made his glove angry. If you make Carey Price mad, he's going to do something like this. pic.twitter.com/HXI5OGVMW7— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 14, 2018
Eyes On The Prize Dec 13, 2018
Links: Shea Weber restoring order to the Canadiens’ blue line

Links: Shea Weber restoring order to the Canadiens’ blue line

Here are your daily links, including the captain’s value on and off the ice, Habs’ representation at the upcoming World Junior Championships, goal records, rock bands, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Even after just a few games back, it’s clear how much the Habs benefit from Shea Weber. [Montreal Gazette] Jesperi Kotkaniemi doesn’t need to leave Montreal for World Juniors. [TSN 690] Carey Price and Shea Weber are among the NHLers under pressure to make the most of the remaining season. [Sportsnet] Now that he’s made the jump to North America, Lukas Vejdemo...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 12, 2018
Recap: A night to forget

Recap: A night to forget

The Canadiens’ winning streak came to a screeching halt with a dismal showing in Minnesota. Montreal rolled into Minnesota after a successful three-game week with a pair of wins over the Senators, and a nail-biting win in Chicago over the Blackhawks. Noah Juulsen returned to the lineup after suffering a facial injury a few weeks ago, while in net Antti Niemi got the nod after Carey Price started most of the past few contests. As for the Minnesota Wild, they were still missing captain Mikko Koivu,who is sidelined with an injury suffered in a knee-on-knee hit against Calgary. After a rough...
Montreal Gazette Dec 11, 2018

About last night … Minny mangles Canadiens 7-1

Would a Carey Price start have made a difference in Minnesota? Nah! Quote of the Night, from Mike Johnson when Price entered a 7-1 game: “Is his groin loose?” Canadiens fans could be forgiven if their digestive systems were loose after watching their team put on a poop show. One night after the Vikings were […]
Eyes On The Prize Dec 11, 2018
Links: Elite Skills and Holiday Spirit

Links: Elite Skills and Holiday Spirit

Kotkaniemi displays his skills, his father visits Montreal, Carey Price makes a young fan's night, CWHL All-Stars, Bob Cole and more in today's links Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Enjoy Jesperi Kotkaniemi displaying impressive stickhandling and agility in the most recent HabsTV video. [YouTube] Mikael Kotkaniemi is in Montreal, and he couldn’t be prouder of his son. [Canadiens] Carey Price does Carey Price things in Chicago both during and after the game. [NHL] Laval recalls Phélix Martineau and Morgan Adams-Moisan. [Twitter] Marie-Philip Poulin and Hilary Knight teamed up with...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 10, 2018
The Canadiens penalty kill - and Carey Price - led the way

The Canadiens penalty kill - and Carey Price - led the way

Montreal killed four third period penalties and then capitalized on a late goal. He has not had the best season, but on Sunday night, those who wanted Carey Price to steal a game finally got what they were asking for. Price made 37 saves, including 13 while shorthanded, and he kept the Montreal Canadiens in the game long enough for Tomas Tatar to tip Jeff Petry’s shot past Corey Crawford for a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. A parade to the penalty box, for both teams, led to under seven minutes of even strength hockey in the third period and even that included some play with...
Eyes On The Prize Dec 10, 2018
Recap: Carey Price resists a siege from Chicago’s power play

Recap: Carey Price resists a siege from Chicago’s power play

Price stands tall and Montreal scores late to leave Chicago with a win despite an undisciplined performance. It might have been a struggling Chicago Blackhawks team the Montreal Canadiens faced last niight, but it is still one that can count on firepower. The Habs couldn’t simply go into this game thinking it would be easy. A bad line change allowed the ‘Hawks to get the first shot of the game. The Habs countered shortly afterward, but a high-sticking penalty from Tomas Tatar gave the first real offensive chance of the game to Chicago. Fortunately, the worst power play in the league...
Montreal Gazette Dec 9, 2018

In the Habs' Room: 'We weren't at our best' in win over Blackhawks, Julien says

Carey Price said there's always room for improvement, but it's difficult to believe the Canadiens goaltender could play much better than he did in Montreal's dramatic 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday.
Sportsnet.ca Dec 9, 2018
Takeaways: Carey Price steals a win for upward-trending Canadiens

Takeaways: Carey Price steals a win for upward-trending Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens let a 2-0 lead slip, but still salvaged a win over the Chicago Blackhawks thanks in large part to a magnificent performance from Carey Price. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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