Montreal Canadiens

For Lundqvist, The One That Snuck Through

NEW YORK – As the media was allowed into the Rangers dressing room minutes after their 1-0 loss to Montreal on Thursday night, goaltender Henrik Lundqvist sat solemnly at his locker, a look of bewilderment and ...

Isles Stumble in 3-1 Loss to Habs

NY Islanders Goaltender Chad Johnson makes a pad save.(Brandon Titus/Inside Hockey)   The New York Islanders started off strong but faded as the game went on in a 3-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens ...

Remembering Jean Beliveau

Flags are at half-mast in Montreal following the death of Jean Beliveau, who epitomized both elegance and excellence for the large majority of his 83 years among us, and I’m all out of heroes. Jacques Demers...

Familiar Faces Send Rangers Over Habs

NEW YORK – Many of the same cast of characters that sent the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final last spring sent them to this season’s quarter pole in convincing fashion. Martin St. Louis, who scored the overt...

Execution Woes Continue in Caps’ Loss to Habs

The Capitals entered Friday night’s game against the Canadiens knowing that the sloppy passing and neutral and defensive zone turnovers that marked their loss against Pittsburgh could not continue. They also ac...
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Panthers Top Canadiens Amid Controversey

SUNRISE, Fla. -Riding on the shoulders on Tomas Fleischmann, the Florida Panthers battled back, beating the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 at the BankAtlantic Center on New Years Eve. It was the first time the Panthers...

Devils Top Canadiens in House of Change

As the Devils headed north for their match against the Canadiens, Habs fans were met with the news that head coach Jacques Martin had been fired. Assistant coach Randy Cunneyworth was named as the interim head ...

Rangers Top Habs, Net Five in First

May 19, 2011 In an already intense Original Six match-up against the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers’ winger Brandon Prust decided to deliver a new level of intensity one second into the game by dropping ...

Leaving a Lasting Impression

After spending his entire 13 year NHL career with the Canadiens, Saku Koivu now departs Montreal for the sunny skies of Anaheim, California. A class act throughout his time with the Canadiens, Koivu will be rem...