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Montreal Gazette Jan 15, 2019

Liveblog: Niemi spectacular in 5-1 win over Florida

Antti Niemi stole this one with a virtuoso, 52-save performance. Fellow Finn Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored a beauty to put it away in the third period before Brendan Gallagher’s empty-netter. The second period was 29 seconds old when Shea Weber’s power-play blast tied the game at 1-1. Ten minutes later, Phillip Danault beat James Reimer with a […]
Eyes On The Prize Jan 15, 2019
[Highlight] Phillip Danault puts Montreal ahead with his eighth goal of the year

[Highlight] Phillip Danault puts Montreal ahead with his eighth goal of the year

Shea Weber missed the net, but it worked as a pass to the centreman Shea Weber attempted to score his second of the game, but had the shot go wide. Fortunately it went off the boards and right to Phillip Danault, and he gave Montreal the lead. Shea Weber off the backboard, and Phillip Danault swats it into the net on his backhand. pic.twitter.com/wV3B9zRGlG— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) January 16, 2019
Eyes On The Prize Jan 15, 2019
[Highlight] Shea Weber unleashes a slapshot for a power-play goal

[Highlight] Shea Weber unleashes a slapshot for a power-play goal

Starting the second period up a man, the Canadiens are now tied with the Panthers. The Canadiens come out of the first intermission on the power play, and the game is quickly tied with a Shea Weber one-timed slapshot. If you leave Shea Weber wide open, he's gonna put the puck in the net. pic.twitter.com/v3XakTWefD— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) January 16, 2019
Eyes On The Prize Jan 14, 2019
Links: The Canadiens can go far if Shea Weber and Carey Price continue to deliver

Links: The Canadiens can go far if Shea Weber and Carey Price continue to deliver

Here are your daily links including how high the Habs climb depend largely on Price and Weber, Kotkaniemi continues to improve, praise for Danualt and Mete, and more Montreal News and Notes How far up the Habs climb over their final 36 games will depend largely on Shea Weber and Carey Price delivering like they did on Saturday. [Sportsnet] The Canadiens put in a complete effort against Colorado, but it was Victor Mete who received the most praise from his teammates. [NHL] Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s possession numbers and his recent play in all three zones show that his play continues to...
Eyes On The Prize Jan 13, 2019
The Canadiens win was driven by their stars and unsung heroes

The Canadiens win was driven by their stars and unsung heroes

After a slow start, the Canadiens woke up and scored when it counted. The Montreal Canadiens have been slumping recently. The power play isn’t generating much of anything, and at even strength the offence was struggling to find their legs. Through the first two periods against the Colorado Avalanche, a similar tale was being written. The Canadiens had their chances but lacked any sort of finish to make them truly count. Then, Montreal found a breakthrough with their special teams, and it wasn’t on their power play either. After Shea Weber blasted a shot off the post on a power play,...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 13, 2019
Weber, Price prove worth for Canadiens in win over Avalanche

Weber, Price prove worth for Canadiens in win over Avalanche

The Montreal Canadiens will need Shea Weber and Carey Price to deliver consistently in order to climb up the standings. But if they perform like they did on Saturday against the Colorado Avalanche, there shouldn’t be any concern. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize Jan 11, 2019
Recap: That was bad

Recap: That was bad

Turnovers after turnovers cost the Habs their chance at taking advantage of the struggling Blues. The Montreal Canadiens were meeting a St. Louis Blues team sitting near the bottom of the standings. Getting an early goal may have been just enough to take control of the game and earn two points, allowing the bleu-blanc-rouge to start catching up to third place in the Atlantic Division. Carey Price was tested early when the Blues got possession of the puck below the goal line and fed it in front. David Perron couldn’t capitalize and fell over the Habs goalie. Shea Weber was penalized on...
Last Word on Hockey Jan 8, 2019
Montreal Canadiens Shea Weber Expected to Play Tonight

Montreal Canadiens Shea Weber Expected to Play Tonight

The Montreal Canadiens announced that defenseman Shea Weber will travel with the team after taking a shot to the face in yesterday's game. Coach Claude Julien has stated that he expects Weber to be in the lineup tonight. Shea Weber takes a puck to the face, is mildly inconvenienced by it. pic.twitter.com/ZbsUrYvm1x — Scott Matla (@scottmatla) January 8, 2019 Shea Weber will be making the road trip according to Claude Julien. The coach assumes that Weber will play but can't guarantee it.#Habs #GoHabsGo @RocketSports @HabsConnection — All Habs (Canadiens) (@AllHabs) January 8, 2019 Shea...
A Winning Habit Jan 8, 2019

Montreal Canadiens: Doesn’t look like Shea Weber’s injury is serious

The Montreal Canadiens were without Shea Weber for a big portion of the Minnesota Wild game, and luckily there were no signs of him being out long-term. Having Shea Weber on the ice playing for the Montreal Canadiens is something fans have been deprived of. The team captain returned ahead of schedule and has made […] Montreal Canadiens: Doesn’t look like Shea Weber’s injury is serious - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Montreal Gazette Jan 7, 2019

Canadiens' Shea Weber leaves game after taking puck to cheek

But X-rays show no fracture and captain is expected to play Tuesday night in Detroit vs. Red Wings.
Eyes On The Prize Jan 7, 2019
[Injury Report] Weber didn’t sustain a fracture after taking a puck to the face

[Injury Report] Weber didn’t sustain a fracture after taking a puck to the face

The defenceman was bloodied by a puck ramping up off his stick in the first period. UPDATE: Weber’s X-rays came back negative, and he’s cleared to travel with the team to Detroit. Major break for the @CanadiensMTL after Claude Julien just announced that Shea Weber will travel with the team to Detroit. No fracture.— Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) January 8, 2019 Shea Weber had a puck go off his stick and up into his face in the first period. While he was able to finish the opening frame, he did not come out from the dressing room after the first intermission. Canadiens announce...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 7, 2019
Devan Dubnyk has 32-shot shutout as Wild blank Canadiens

Devan Dubnyk has 32-shot shutout as Wild blank Canadiens

Mikael Granlund scored and Devan Dubnyk stopped all 32 shots he faced as the Minnesota Wild downed the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 on Monday in a game where Montreal lost captain Shea Weber to injury. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News Jan 7, 2019
Montreal captain Shea Weber lost to injury as Habs blanked by Wild

Montreal captain Shea Weber lost to injury as Habs blanked by Wild

Mikael Granlund scored and Devan Dubnyk stopped all 32 shots he faced as the Minnesota Wild downed the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 on Monday in a game where Montreal lost captain Shea Weber to injury.
Montreal Gazette Jan 7, 2019

Liveblog: Minnesota edges Canadiens 1-0

A brutal Jeff Petry turnover turned into a Mikael Granlund goal, 6:58 into the third period. Till then, the game had been scoreless … even though the Canadiens were down two: Kenny Agostino and Shea Weber. The Canadiens captain was hit in the face by a shot, finished the first period and didn’t return for […]
Sportsnet.ca Jan 7, 2019
Canadiens’ Weber leaves game vs. Wild after taking puck to face

Canadiens’ Weber leaves game vs. Wild after taking puck to face

Montreal Canadiens captain Shea Weber has left Monday’s game against the Minnesota Wild and won’t return. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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