9:35 AM EST, Sun December 16, 2018
Montreal Gazette 10 hours ago
Canadiens ride Carey Price's hot hand to a 5-2 win over Senators

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.
Eyes On The Prize 3 hours ago

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...
Eyes On The Prize 12 hours ago
[Highlight] Jesperi Kotkaniemi rips a shot off the post and in off McKenna

[Highlight] Jesperi Kotkaniemi rips a shot off the post and in off McKenna

The ping from the wicked shot may have been louder than the goal horn. Jesperi Kotkaniemi decided to shoot the puck himself, and it’s so powerful it bounces off the post and then the goaltender for a goal. Jesperi Kotkaniemi fires it off the post, off McKenna and into the net to tie the game. pic.twitter.com/KWZf1zVL9D— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 16, 2018

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Eyes On The Prize 5 hours ago
Links: Are the Montreal Canadiens playoff contenders?

Links: Are the Montreal Canadiens playoff contenders?

In today’s links, how good are the Montreal Canadiens? Don Cherry thinks Weber may be the best defenceman in the NHL, and Tomas Plekanec still has plenty of love for his former team. Montreal Canadiens news and notes How do the Montreal Canadiens stack up against fellow playoff contenders? [TSN 690] The Canadiens have no complaints about their schedule this season. [Le Devoir] Coach Claude Julien expects more from Charles Hudon. [TVA Sports] Kenny Agostino made a bunch of new friends during the Canadiens’ annual visit to the Montreal Children’s Hospital. [NHL] Don Cherry believes...
Montreal Gazette 9 hours ago

In the Habs' Room: Canadiens show once again they won't give up

“We’re a different team than we were last year," Brendan Gallagher says after 5-2 win over Senators. "That kind of goes without saying."
Montreal Gazette 11 hours ago

About last night … Canadiens romp to another 5-2 Senators stomp

Who else can the Canadiens beat 5-2 three times in a row?
CBC News 11 hours ago
Canadiens ride 4-goal 3rd to victory over Senators

Canadiens ride 4-goal 3rd to victory over Senators

The Montreal Canadiens scored four third-period goals to come from behind and beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday night.
Eyes On The Prize 12 hours ago
[Highlight] Shea Weber snaps home a power-play goal

[Highlight] Shea Weber snaps home a power-play goal

After several shots from the defender, he finally gets one to go. The power play has been ice cold for a long time, but a relentless approach from Shea Weber for the full two minutes finally gets one for the Habs. SHEAEFFINGWEBER pic.twitter.com/UIvH7v9FYQ— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 16, 2018
Eyes On The Prize 12 hours ago
[Highlight] Shea Weber snaps home the go-ahead goal

[Highlight] Shea Weber snaps home the go-ahead goal

After several shots from the defender, he finally gets one to go. The power play has been ice cold for a long time, but a relentless approach from Shea Weber for the full two minutes left the Habs with momentum once the latest one ended, and finally got one to go. SHEAEFFINGWEBER pic.twitter.com/UIvH7v9FYQ— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 16, 2018
Sportsnet.ca 12 hours ago
Canadiens furious after goal called back for embellishment penalty

Canadiens furious after goal called back for embellishment penalty

The Montreal Canadiens were furious when Artturi Lehkonen’s goal is called back for an embellishment penalty. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Eyes On The Prize 12 hours ago
[Highlight] The referees rob Artturi Lehkonen of a spectacular assist

[Highlight] The referees rob Artturi Lehkonen of a spectacular assist

Lehkonen was called for embellishment on the initial shot after being hooked. Artturi Lehkonen moved to the slot and ripped a shot on net, which Phillip Danault knocked in. The referees decided Lehkonen had embellished on the shot and took the goal off the board. How in gods name is this embellishment on Artturi Lehkonen? They just robbed the Finn of a highlight reel assist. pic.twitter.com/6SWBuJdmos— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 16, 2018 Claude Julien and Marc Bergevin are not pleased by that call against Lehkonen pic.twitter.com/T7AJyWGXfh— Scott Matla (@scottmatla)...
Eyes On The Prize 14 hours ago
[Highlight] Matthew Peca follows up the play and opens the scoring

[Highlight] Matthew Peca follows up the play and opens the scoring

An effective shift from the fourth line puts Montreal on the board first. After starting the game for the Canadiens, the fourth line puts the puck in the net on their second shift, thanks to Matthew Peca. Matthew Peca opens the scoring for the Habs with his third of the year pic.twitter.com/jZ90R243Yd— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) December 16, 2018
Last Word on Hockey 21 hours ago
Duncan Keith a Potential Target for the Montreal Canadiens?

Duncan Keith a Potential Target for the Montreal Canadiens?

With over a quarter of the season complete, some teams are now settling in and realizing their fate for this season. While no one is mathematically eliminated from playoff contention in December, teams also have to be realistic and realize this just isn't the year. This seems to be the case for the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago currently sits second last in the entire NHL with 26 points. While they may finally be falling from grace, the Montreal Canadiens are on an entirely different path. The Habs are off to a respectable start currently sitting in the final wild-card position in the Eastern...
Montreal Gazette 23 hours ago

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.
A Winning Habit 23 hours ago

Who ends the power play slump for the Montreal Canadiens?

The Montreal Canadiens power play has been ice cold in the last stretch of games, and it’s only a matter of time before someone pots one in. The counter is now at six. Tomas Tatar was the last player on the Montreal Canadiens to score a powerplay goal going back to the team’s 5-2 win […] Who ends the power play slump for the Montreal Canadiens? - A Winning Habit - A Winning Habit - A Montreal Canadiens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Eyes On The Prize Dec 15, 2018
Links: Andrew Shaw has become a key member of the Canadiens

Links: Andrew Shaw has become a key member of the Canadiens

In today’s links, how Shaw went from a season marred by injury to one full of offence, Jeff Petry making a home in Montreal, Ryan Poehling becoming an impact player, and more. Montreal Canadiens news and notes Andrew Shaw’s impressive play could be due to how he spent his off-season recovering from a series of injuries and setbacks. [Sportsnet] If you missed the news last night, Josh Brook has made Team Canada for the 2019 World Juniors. [EOTP] “When you have that size and skating ability, with that type of hands and vision, along with his ability to make plays in traffic or even...

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  • 6 Shea Weber

    Shea Weber

    Liveblog: Canadiens stomp Senators 5-2 … again

  • 5 Jesperi Kotkaniemi

    Jesperi Kotkaniemi

    [Highlight] Paul Byron touches Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s pass into the net

  • 4 Artturi Lehkonen

    Artturi Lehkonen

    Liveblog: Canadiens stomp Senators 5-2 … again

  • 3 Carey Price

    Carey Price

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

  • 3 Paul Byron

    Paul Byron

    [Highlight] Paul Byron touches Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s pass into the net

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