Found January 09, 2012 on
Hatred for the Montreal Canadiens isn't just a Canadian thing, it's spread all the way to Germany. I saw this poster during my walk in Berlin yesterday.
I'll translate that for you. It reads "Habs are Icky".
BEST OF MAXIM
As heard on the Team 990 on the Canadiens post-game show. Not sure what their source for the rumour is, but they are currently looking into it.
I stress that this is only a rumour at this point, but Campoli has complained recently about his ice time, and as noted many times on Kukla’s Korner the Habs have far too many defencemen on the roster. More to come…
UPDATE: Nick Kypreos...
The Montreal Canadiens' surprising run to the Eastern Conference Final in 2010 can be attributed to one man and one man only.
(OK, Mike Cammalleri did help a bit.)
The pair of 7-game series wins over the top-seeded Washington Capitals and defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins was the announcement that that Jaroslav Halak had officially arrived.
Of course, we know...
The eighth seeded Canadiens were set to face Alexander Ovechkin and the first seeded Capitals in the first round of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs. Jaroslav Halak, who stole the starting job from Carey Price during the season, was ready to start the series.The Habs battled a 3-1 deficit in the series and came back to win it in Game Seven. It was the first time a #8 seeded team has...
MONTREAL– It is with deep regret that the Montreal Canadiens organization learned of the passing of Mr. Ronal...
Jaroslav Halak was part of a potent goaltending tandem in Montreal, but he was the one who led the Canadiens on an unlikely playoff run two seasons ago.
A few weeks later, he was gone.
Now part of a dominant duo in St. Louis, Halak will be in net Tuesday night as his surging Blues make their first trip to Montreal since acquiring him via trade.
The Canadiens had a pair of promising...
MONTREAL – Netminder Carey Price is the Molson Cup recipient for the month of December. Price,...
Mike Blunden and Max Pacioretty scored in the second period, Carey Price made 23 saves, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 on Saturday night.
The Blues get their fourth consecutive win and second straight
shutout in blanking the Montreal Canadiens.