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Canadiens vs. Rangers: Game Two recap — Good Friday

Canadiens vs. Rangers: Game Two recap — Good Friday

The Habs come from behind to beat the Rangers in overtime. There was no way the Montreal Canadiens were going to go down two games in this series without putting up a fight. After being shut out in Game One, the Canadiens wanted to get on the scoreboard as quickly as possible. They wasted no time doing so, scoring on their first shot on net with Jeff Petry leaning into a wrist shot from inside the faceoff circle to beat Henrik Lundqvist for the first time this series. As the Bell Centre buzzed, Paul Byron almost extended the lead to 2-0, getting sent on a breakaway, but on his backhand he...
Saturday Habs Headlines: Paul Byron a great surprise for the Canadiens

Saturday Habs Headlines: Paul Byron a great surprise for the Canadiens

Three players are recognized ahead of Friday’s game, looking ahead to the Habs-Rangers series, fallout from the NHL’s Olympic decision and more. Montreal Canadiens News and Notes François Gagnon joined the morning show to talk about New York, and give his take on Paul Byron, the most surprising player this year for the Canadiens. [TSN690] The Habs won’t be bringing a full platoon to Detroit. It’s more of a commando unit at this point. Claude Julien confirms that Price, Pacioretty, Markov, Radulov, Weber and Emelin won't make the trip to Detroit. #GoHabsGo— Canadiens Montréal...
Habs honour Danault, Price and Pacioretty

Habs honour Danault, Price and Pacioretty

Phillip Danault, Max Pacioretty, and Carey Price were honoured by the team for various reasons As the regular season winds down, The Montreal Canadiens have announced a trio of award winners. Phillip Danault was given the Jacques Beauchamp Trophy, which is awarded annually to the member of the Canadiens who played a dominant role during the regular season, without earning any particular honor. Paul Byron won the award last season, and Dale Weise before him. Carey Price was awarded the Carey Price Cup of being an excellent Carey Price (Molson Cup). The player with the most three-star honours...
Habs Eyes On The Prize Mar 31, 2017
Habs vs Panthers 10 Takeaways: A dominant win against Florida

Habs vs Panthers 10 Takeaways: A dominant win against Florida

The Montreal Canadiens clinched a playoff spot in a powerhouse win over the Panthers 1. Alexei… Emelin? Okay, I’ll admit it — I’m not a huge fan of Alexei Emelin. And despite my unwillingness to admit it, I was pretty darn impressed by 74’s performance in the first 20 minutes alone. First he came in with the — dare I say — sexy back pass to Nathan Beaulieu who set up Paul Byron for the first goal, and he was also instrumental on the Plekanec marker. Paul Byron scores his 21st (!!) of the year. But take a look at that smart pass by Emelin to Beaulieu. Great play....
FOX Sports Mar 30, 2017
Byron, Canadiens beat Panthers 6-2 to clinch playoff spot (Mar 30, 2017)

Byron, Canadiens beat Panthers 6-2 to clinch playoff spot (Mar 30, 2017)

MONTREAL (AP) Paul Byron scored twice, Brendan Gallagher had a goal and three assists, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Florida Panthers 6-2 on Thursday night to clinch a playoff spot.

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