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Sportsnet.ca Feb 26, 2020
Canadiens’ Max Domi has chance to prove himself in season’s final weeks

Canadiens’ Max Domi has chance to prove himself in season’s final weeks

The final 18 games of the season are proving ground for everyone on the Montreal Canadiens and MaxDomi has much incentive as anyone to prove last season wasn’t a fluke. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Feb 25, 2020
[Highlight] Paul Byron has goals in back-to-back games

[Highlight] Paul Byron has goals in back-to-back games

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via The speedy winger seems to be back to normal. Paul Byron makes sure Montreal’s quick start doesn’t go to waste, potting the game’s first goal early. Max Domi with the chip, Paul Byron with the finish.1-0 Habs. pic.twitter.com/oOLYzvAcQb— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) February 26, 2020
Eyes On The Prize Feb 25, 2020
Canadiens vs. Canucks: Game preview

Canadiens vs. Canucks: Game preview

With the trade deadline over, the Canadiens look to sweep Vancouver for a second season in a row Montreal Canadiens vs. Vancouver Canucks How to watch Start time: 7:00 PM EST / 4:00 PM PSTIn the Canadiens region: TSN2 (English), RDS (French)In the Canucks region: Sportsnet PacificStreaming: NHL.tv/NHL Live Not only did the Canadiens make it two wins in a row when they faced the Ottawa Senators on Saturday night, Carey Price made 30 saves to earn his fourth shutout of the season, and Max Domi finally found the back of the net — twice. As expected, Brady Tkachuk was a real pain in the...
A Winning Habit Feb 23, 2020

Montreal Canadiens Are Just Close Enough That Marc Bergevin Will Be Convinced Not To Sell

The Montreal Canadiens won again last night on the strength of a Carey Price shutout and two goals from Max Domi. Are they too close for Marc Bergevin to start selling? The Montreal Canadiens have had an up and down year to say the very least. They play well for long stretches of games and […] Montreal Canadiens Are Just Close Enough That Marc Bergevin Will Be Convinced Not To Sell - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Feb 23, 2020
Recap: Max Domi stokes trade fires with a two-goal game

Recap: Max Domi stokes trade fires with a two-goal game

Photo by Jana Chytilova/Freestyle Photography/ The sun is setting on this disappointment of a season for the Montreal Canadiens. Saturday night presented an opportunity for them to face another struggling team as they travelled down the highway to Ottawa where the Senators awaited them. Natural Stat Trick The Habs would have better odds at making the playoffs this year than finishing below the Sens in the standings. Since the playoff odds are virtually insurmountable, this meeting was of two teams in the process of rebuilding, retooling, or whatever synonym one...
A Winning Habit Feb 23, 2020

Carey Price Shuts Out Senators in Montreal Canadiens 3-0 Win

The Montreal Canadiens went up against the Ottawa Senators in their final game before the trade deadline. Carey Price got a shutout in the win and got some assistance from Max Domi who scored twice and Paul Byron who is fitting right into the Habs lineup. Defenceman Karl Alzner also made his return in the […] Carey Price Shuts Out Senators in Montreal Canadiens 3-0 Win - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca Feb 22, 2020
Domi scores twice, Price makes 30 saves to lead Canadiens over Senators

Domi scores twice, Price makes 30 saves to lead Canadiens over Senators

Max Domi had a pair of goals Saturday night as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Ottawa Senators 3-0. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News Feb 22, 2020
Max Domi scores twice as Habs blank Sens

Max Domi scores twice as Habs blank Sens

Max Domi had a pair of goals Saturday night as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Ottawa Senators 3-0.
Eyes On The Prize Feb 22, 2020
[Highlight] Max Domi scores his second goal of the first period

[Highlight] Max Domi scores his second goal of the first period

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via He’s on pace for about 12 goals in the game. Craig Anderson tried to swat the puck away. Then saw Max Domi send it past him. Max Domi 2Craig Anderson 0 pic.twitter.com/hpG6hCU4L1— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) February 23, 2020
Sportsnet.ca Feb 22, 2020
Max Domi dekes around Craig Anderson to score into empty net

Max Domi dekes around Craig Anderson to score into empty net

Watch as Montreal Canadiens forward Max Domi makes a nice drive to the net and outlasts Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson to open the scoring. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Feb 22, 2020
[Highlight] Max Domi dekes his way around Craig Anderson to open the scoring

[Highlight] Max Domi dekes his way around Craig Anderson to open the scoring

Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via Montreal is off to a fast start. Just seconds into the game, Max Domi put the Habs on the board. Max Domi shakes off Ron Hainsey, goes around Craig Anderson and scores his 14th goal of the year. pic.twitter.com/Uhu34ElHpG— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) February 23, 2020
Eyes On The Prize Feb 21, 2020
Micro Analysis: More structured defence helped Canadiens halt their slide

Micro Analysis: More structured defence helped Canadiens halt their slide

Photo by Patrick Smith/ In general, the Montreal forwards were doing their jobs, while Max Domi is still fighting against the system in his second year. The Montreal Canadiens put forth one of their better efforts in recent weeks against the Washington Capitals last night. Calling it a shutdown act is far-fetched, but for a team that was on a streak of losses that included some bang-your-head-against-the-wall outings, a cohesive team performance shines a bright light through the ambient gloom. In stretches, the Habs proved they can still play their brand of hockey; that deep down they...
Eyes On The Prize Feb 18, 2020
Marc Bergevin needs to take risks for the Canadiens to take the next step

Marc Bergevin needs to take risks for the Canadiens to take the next step

Shanna Martin / Eyes on the Prize The Canadiens GM has had a very good couple of years but it hasn’t translated to results on the ice. The one thing you won’t see much of is criticism for some of Marc Bergevin’s recent moves. The Montreal Canadiens general manager has been successful in his recent trades. Even moves that were initially questioned — like Max Domi for Alex Galchenyuk — have proven to be wins. The problem is that Bergevin is still responsible for the results and those, despite his moves being good overall, have not improved. Now, you can say that the draft and...
Eyes On The Prize Feb 16, 2020
Micro Analysis: Nick Suzuki’s speed, Jake Evans’s truculence

Micro Analysis: Nick Suzuki’s speed, Jake Evans’s truculence

Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/ The rookies are finding ways to be effective, while Max Domi is still searching for his spark. The biggest knock on Nick Suzuki in his draft year was his skating. He didn’t play with a ton of pace, and some observers doubted he ever could raise the tempo of his game and adapt to the top levels of hockey because he lacked some of the necessary tools: speed and quickness. I don’t think the doubts expressed were wrong, but maybe overstated. Suzuki was smart, and he continuously found ways around his lack of dominant skating ability. Three years later in the...
Eyes On The Prize Feb 15, 2020
[Highlight] Joel Armia goes to the net and gets the reward

[Highlight] Joel Armia goes to the net and gets the reward

Photo by David Kirouac/Icon Sportswire via It’s a fast start on Saturday night. The Canadiens get on the board early, thanks to Joel Armia driving the net and potting Max Domi’s rebound. Jamie Benn can't handle the work down low, and Joel Armia gets the opening goal. pic.twitter.com/eOd8M4yYqz— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) February 16, 2020

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