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Off to one of the worst starts in franchise history, GM Pierre Gauthier has decided to pull the trigger on a trade in an effort to spark his struggling team. The Canadiens have acquired Petteri Nokelainen and a prospect (Garrett Stafford) from the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for Brock Trotter and a 7th round pick.
Nokelainen has played 5 games this season. He has recorded 1 assist...
MONTREAL -- Montreal Canadiens general manager, Pierre Gauthier, announced today the acquisition of forward Pet...
Weekly show about the Montreal Canadiens and the rest of the NHL. The show will airs every Saturday at 3pm ET and is hosted by Chris G, Reggie, and George. Peter G will be pinch hitting for the vacationning Reggie this week.
On today’s show, we will look back at the Habs games against the Avalanche, Sabres and the Penguins and try to find the solutions to the Habs problems? Should...
Hockey goalies often have vivid imagery on their masks, but Peter Budaj has just one-upped everyone else.
The Canadiens backup goalie has a picture of Simpsons‘ character Ned Flanders on the side. The design, created by Dave Gunnarson, revolves around wizardry.
It also has glow in the dark lightning bolts, of course.
H/T: The Big Lead
Peter Budaj's means of channeling Ned Flanders
Martin Hanzal scored his first two goals of the season, Boyd Gordon and Lauri Korpikoski added goals less than two minutes apart in the second period, and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-4 on Sunday night. Korpikoski and defenseman Keith Yandle both had a goal and an assist, Taylor Pyatt had two assists, and Mike Smith made 29 saves for Phoenix to improve to 4-0-1 against Anaheim.
According to forward Taylor Pyatt, the Coyotes need to put a full game together against the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.
Martin Hanzal scored his first two goals of the season, Boyd Gordon and Lauri Korpikoski added goals less than two minutes apart in the second period, and the visiting Phoenix Coyotes beat the Anaheim Ducks, 5-4, Sunday night.
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Saturday night was a total heart-breaker. I decided to watch the game at Real Sports Bar in Toronto with a bunch of friends who had all heard about the Jumbo screens, and the fact that the place holds 1000 people. As is always the case in Toronto, there were many Habs fans in attendance. To my pleasure, our group which consisted of 3 Leafs fans, 2 Habs fans and 1 Sens fans were...
The Phoenix Coyotes scored three goals in a little more than three minutes in the second period, leading the team to a 5-4 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.
The Montreal Canadiens will try to avoid losing six straight games for the first time in more than four years when they host the new-look Florida Panthers on Monday night.
The sliding Montreal Canadiens will try to get their dreadful start to the season turned around when they host the Florida Panthers tonight at the Bell Centre.
MONTREAL – The Canadiens got the effort they were hoping for in Saturday night’s game – just not the result.
The Habs’ weekend heartbreaker had the familiar feeling of their recent tilt against the Colorado Avalanche. Both...
WILMINGTON -- With a home-and-home series against their old pals, the Montreal Canadiens, looming Thursday and Saturday, the Bruins went through a tough practice today at Ristuccia. The general attitude within the team is that, while there's ample room for improvement after a 3-5-0 start, the team isn't playing all ...