Montreal Canadiens

Third Period Rally Not Enough As B’s Fall To Habs

BOSTON - “The Bruins knock out Montreal!” When those legendary words were uttered out of the mouth of play-by-play announcer Jack Edwards on April 27, 2011, it seemed like a much simpler time for the Boston ...
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Matt’s Top 50-Who rose? Who Fell? and Who stood still?

2015-2016 Scotty Bowman         +309 Toe Blake                    +195 Dick Irvin                   +189 Joel Quenneville  +128 Glen Sather                +124 Ken Hitchcock      +108 Al ...

Predators, Canadiens make Major Swap

"Where there's usually smoke, there's fire." That according to P.K. Subban indicates just how surprised the former-Hab was Wednesday's trade to Nashville for Shea Weber. The deal comes after nearly three ...

Hey, Equipment Gods!

The Habs actually held the Ducks close on Wednesday before losing in the shootout, and then they got in a bus, got on the 5, and landed in LA. There, they scratched a guy (Sven Andrighetto) and swapped a goalie...

Like Any Old Team

Maybe it’s just me, but when I watch Montreal play hockey, I want the names on the sweaters to be the history-making ones. I want Lafleur, Robinson, Dryden. I know it can’t be that way, but come on: today’s Mon...

Photo Gallery: Canadiens vs Flyers (2/2/2016)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Montreal Canadiens by a score of 4-2 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Steve Mason (#35 PHI) 2nd Wayne Simmonds (#17 PHI) 3rd Jakub Voracek (#...

Photo Gallery: Canadiens vs Flyers (1/5/2016)

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the visiting Montreal Canadiens by a score of 4-3 during regulation. Three Star Selections: 1st Shayne Gostisbehere (#53 PHI) 2nd Brayden Schenn (#10 PHI) 3rd Sean Cou...

Michel Therrien: greatness within reach

Michel Therrien has a rendezvous with greatness: as long as he can keep the Habs’ collective noses to the grindstone; as long as he can inspire the Canadiens to maintain their hold atop the Atlantic Division st...

Losing the Point

The Montreal Canadiens use the strategy that the LA Kings did in 2011-12, the year they fired their old coach, got a new one, and won their first Stanley Cup. That strategy, suggested by Terry Murray and perfec...