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Habs Eyes On The Prize 9 hours ago
Canadiens vs. Kings game recap: A little sunshine to end the California trip
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Canadiens vs. Kings game recap: A little sunshine to end the California trip

The Montreal Canadiens finally win one in the Golden State. The Montreal Canadiens continued their California road trip by paying a visit to the Los Angeles Kings. A familiar face started in net for the Kings, as Peter Budaj drew in for the injured Jonathan Quick. Montreal jumped out to an early lead when Max Pacioretty sniped Andrei Markov’s pass behind Budaj, just over three minutes into the game. The captain also snapped his eight-game goalless drought in the process. Paul Byron then drew an interference penalty and the Canadiens were awarded their first power play of the game, when...
Habs Eyes On The Prize 11 hours ago

Canadiens vs. Kings Top Six Minutes: Lost my heart to Los Angeles but not the Kings...

The Habs finish off their California trip on a high note. For our new readers and members, the Top Six Minutes is a continuation of the discussion in the game thread. We try to keep it light and entertaining. Full recaps are up the morning after every game. Pregame A few years a go a left a big chunk...
CSN Philly 4 hours ago

Best of NHL: Canadiens avoid winless California trip with SO win over Kings

Paul Bryon netted the shootout winner as the Habs beat the Kings on Sunday in a shootout, 5-4, to avoid a winless California road trip. That and more in Sundays NHL recap.
Los Angeles Times 11 hours ago

Kings score four goals, but lose to Canadiens in shootout

Paul Byron scored the clinching goal in the fourth round of the shootout, and the Montreal Canadiens avoided a winless swing through California with a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday.  Max Pacioretty had two goals and an assist for the Canadiens, who won for just the second time...

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This season’s Canadiens appear to have a split personality

This season’s Canadiens appear to have a split personality

Brendan Kelly Montreal Gazette On 91.9 Sports Thursday morning, la question du jour for the callers was — Do we go “all in” with the Canadiens right now? In other words, is the time now for the Montreal Canadiens? Does […]
Game Day: Canadiens won’t have to face Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard

Game Day: Canadiens won’t have to face Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard

PAT HICKEY DETROIT — Goaltender Jimmy Howard will not be in the Detroit Red Wings lineup Saturday night when they play the Canadiens at Joe Louis Arena (7 p.m., SN, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690). Howard had to leave Friday’s game […]
About last night … Canadiens 2 – Carolina 1

About last night … Canadiens 2 – Carolina 1

Never in doubt, right? Give the visitors credit. Carolina plays a defensively responsible puck-possession game that bottled the Canadiens up for most of the night.  Fun to watch? Jeez, no. The 2-1 win will not be added to the Canadiens Classic DVD […]
Liveblog: Carolina at Canadiens

Liveblog: Carolina at Canadiens

Maybe “floundering”, “reeling” and “sucking” are adjectives too strong to describe the currently-struggling Canadiens. The team still sits atop the NHL with 30 points at the quarter-pole of the long season. But the Canadiens have lost four of their last […]
Game Day: Canadiens making lineup changes vs. Hurricanes

Game Day: Canadiens making lineup changes vs. Hurricanes

STU COWAN The Canadiens will be making a few lineup changes for Thursday night’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes at the Bell Centre (7:30 p.m., SN360, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Defenceman Nathan Beaulieu won’t play after taking a puck in […]
Canadiens call up Mark Barberio from AHL IceCaps

Canadiens call up Mark Barberio from AHL IceCaps

Coming off a 4-3 loss to the Ottawa Senators Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, Canadiens coach Michel Therrien postponed Wednesday’s scheduled practice in Brossard from 11 a.m. until noon and also made it an optional. The Canadiens, who have […]
About last night … Canadiens lose 4-3 to Ottawa

About last night … Canadiens lose 4-3 to Ottawa

Hey, wouldn’t it be great if Shea Weber, Andrei Markov, Alex Galchenyuk, Alexander Radulov and (insert name of competent left winger) could play the full 60 minutes? The Canadiens might never lose a game. But hockey is not baseball. No […]
Ex-Hab Mike Condon supplants Hamburgler as backup netminder in Ottawa

Ex-Hab Mike Condon supplants Hamburgler as backup netminder in Ottawa

Pat Hickey Montreal Gazette Mike Condon says his motto is travel light and move fast. Condon, who moved into the No. 1 goaltending spot with the Canadiens after Carey Price was injured last season, was back in Montreal Tuesday as […]
Liveblog: Ottawa at Canadiens

Liveblog: Ottawa at Canadiens

For the first time in living memory, the Canadiens will not be the biggest sports story in Montreal Tuesday night. That distinction will belong to 22 guys in short pants running around the decrepit Olympic Stadium, where the Impact, Montreal’s […]
Mitchell centres Pacioretty and Shaw ahead of Senators game at Bell Centre

Mitchell centres Pacioretty and Shaw ahead of Senators game at Bell Centre

Pat Hickey Montreal Gazette Canadiens coach Michel Therrien did some juggling in preparation for Tuesday’s game against Ottawa (7:30 p.m., RSE, TSN5, RDS2, TSN 690 Radio) and either Torrey Mitchell was promoted or Max Pacioretty was demoted. Pacioretty will be […]
About last night … Canadiens lose 3-2 in Carolina

About last night … Canadiens lose 3-2 in Carolina

Just in case the Canadiens’ third consecutive loss hasn’t plunged you sufficiently deep into the depths of despond, let’s have a history lesson: Last Dec. 5, the Canadiens made their first visit of the season to Raleigh. Despite the loss […]
Liveblog: Canadiens at Carolina

Liveblog: Canadiens at Carolina

The Canadiens begin a weekend back-to-back with a visit to the NHL’s most woeful franchise. Basketball country has soured on hockey. The Carolina Hurricanes have drawn an average “crowd” of 11,189 to their six home games this season. That’s a shade […]
HI/O Summit raises $2,360 for Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation

HI/O Summit raises $2,360 for Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation

The annual HI/O Summit was another success thanks to the hard work of organizer Ian Cobb and the many others who helped out. The Canadiens also helped make it a special weekend with a 5-0 win over the Detroit Red […]
Practice Notebook: Canadiens’ Alexander Radulov still sick, unlikely to face Hurricanes

Practice Notebook: Canadiens’ Alexander Radulov still sick, unlikely to face Hurricanes

STU COWAN After enjoying a day off on Wednesday, the Canadiens were back on their practice rink in Brossard at 11 a.m. Thursday, but without Alexander Radulov. Radulov, who missed Tuesday night’s 4-3 overtime loss to the Florida Panthers because […]

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