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The Montreal Canadiens go for 5 in a row against Carolina Monday night, and in anticipation of perhaps being without the services of Travis Moen again, the Habs called up Ryan White and Ian Schultz on Sunday. White returns from a rehab stint and looks to play his first game of the year. He’ll bring energy and pugnacity to the 4th line. Schultz, the other guy in the Jaro Halak trade, looks to potentially make his NHL debut with the Canadiens.
Fresh off a big 5-0 win over the Leafs, the Canadiens took Sunday off. However, they better get back to it Monday - too many times this year, the Habs have followed up big games with stinkers. A win could bring them within 5 points of 8th. That’s pretty doable with 26 games to go.
Carey Price gets the start, playing his best hockey of the year. Full text of the Habs call-up press release below.
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Let’s hope it’s a good one. As for the Habs, can they make it four in a row? That would tie their season high, and if it comes to pass it will likely be due to the play of two Habs: Max Pacioretty and Carey Price. Pacioretty is now 5th in even strength scoring in the NHL - pretty impressive for a guy coming off a broken neck. Price, meanwhile, has been lights out the last week...
TORONTO -- With the Montreal Canadiens trying to chase down an unlikely playoff berth, Carey Price wasn't in need of any extra motivation.
The goaltender stopped all 32 shots he faced Saturday as the Habs hammered the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-0 o...
Or maybe a combination of both?
Jaroslav Spacek scored in his return to Montreal and the Carolina Hurricanes snapped the Canadiens' four-game winning streak with a 5-3 victory on Monday night.
It was the first time that Kirk Muller - who played in Montreal for four seasons and was an assistant coach there for five - coached against the Canadiens.
Captain Eric Staal scored twice for the for the Hurricanes...
With former captain Mats Sundin on hand to have his number 13 raised to the rafters, the former Maple Leaf captain's scoring touch would have come in handy on Saturday as the Montreal Canadiens shutout Toronto 5-0 at the Air Canada Centre.
The Leafs outshot the Habs by a 32-18 margin, but were unable to finish as Carey Price stopped every shot he saw to earn his fourth shutout...
The Montreal Canadiens seem to have turned a corner behind the tremendous goaltending of Carey Price.
If his recent home efforts against the Carolina Hurricanes are any indication, Price could be in for another big night.
The Canadiens look to extend their winning streak to a season-best five Monday night, when they'll also be seeking their sixth win in seven meetings with...
BROSSARD – The Habs welcome Ryan White and Ian Schultz to the team and Kirk Muller back to Montreal as they gun for a fift...
Jaroslav Spacek scored in his return to Montreal and the Carolina Hurricanes snapped the Canadiens' four-game winning streak with a 5-3 victory on Monday night. It was the first time that Kirk Muller -- who played in Montreal for four seasons and was an assistant coach there for five -- coached against the Canadiens.
The suddenly-hot Montreal Canadiens will try to extend their winning streak to a season-high five games when they welcome the Carolina Hurricanes for tonight's battle at the Bell Centre.
One of the best rivalries in professional sports will be rekindled tonight in Toronto, as the Maple Leafs welcome the Montreal Canadiens for a Northeast Division clash at Air Canada Centre.
Carey Price turned aside 32 shots, and the Montreal Canadiens hammered Toronto 5-0 on Saturday night after the Maple Leafs retired the number of longtime former captain Mats Sundin.