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Another day, another Habs loss. But this time, with the Habs dropping a 4-1 decision to the Flyers, the game had a little more meaning.
For the Flyers, they officially clinched a playoffs spot. For Montreal? They are now officially eliminated.
As HIO's Mike Boone points out, the Habs now have 34 regulation losses this season. Thrown in 13 OT/SO...
Canadiens recall Frédéric St-Denis from the Hamilton Bulldogs
MONTREAL (March 24, 2012) – The Montreal Canadiens announced today that defenseman Frédéric St-Denis has been recalled from the AHL Hamilton Bulldogs. St-Denis will join the team in Philadelphia and will be available for tonight’s game against the Flyers.
The 26-year old defenseman recorded 28 points (3 goals...
It was thought earlier this season that interim Montreal Canadiens coach Randy Cunneyworth would only bench boss the remainder of the season after the removal of Jacques Martin to buy time for Patrick Roy to settle in over the summer as the next Habs coach.
It turns out, it’s just not that simple.
Rumors are indicating that Patrick Roy will return with the Montreal...
Montreal Canadiens great Jean Beliveau has been released from the hospital after suffering a stroke late last month.
Team spokesman Donald Beauchamp says Beliveau was released on Friday and his condition is improving.
Beauchamp says the 80-year-old Hall of Famer was taken to a rehabilitation center.
Beliveau suffered the stroke on Feb. 27 - the second in as many years.
Erik Cole scored three goals in the first 5:41 and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Ottawa Senators 5-1 on Friday night.
Cole has 30 goals this season. Patteri Nokelainen also scored in the first period, and Lars Eller added one in the third for Montreal, 4-0-2 against Ottawa.
Jason Spezza, playing his 600th NHL game, scored for Ottawa to reach 30 goals for the fourth time in his...
Erik Cole netted a natural hat trick just 5 minutes, 41 seconds into the first period and matched his career high with 30 goals as the host Montreal Canadiens breezed to a 5-1 win over the reeling Ottawa Senators on Friday.
Petteri Nokelainen and Lars Eller also tallied and All-Star Carey Price turned aside 37 shots for the Canadiens, who roughed up Craig Anderson in his return...
Eyes on ND
The Montreal Canadiens have been having some success as of late.
No, not the visible kind in the NHL, but rather the far less noticeable development of their prospects.
As witnessed by many, Desharnais, Pacioretty, Leblanc, Emelin and others shown considerable improvement this year and with plenty other youngsters looking to start kicking down the coach'...
Weekly show about the Montreal Canadiens. This week’s show airs today at 3pm ET and is hosted by Chris G and Reggie.
We will be joined by Joshua Bartle, Flyers blogger on ProSportsBlogging.com to preview tonight’s game vs the Flyers.
We are looking forward for your phone calls!
We promise that you will get more then the 15 seconds you get from traditional talk radio to voice...
The Senators had everything to lose Friday night, and lose they did, as the Montreal Canadiens stormed to a 5-1 win. Led by Erik Cole’s opening-game natural hat trick (the first Hab to score 3 in a period since Brian Bellows in 1993), Montreal played a gritty, team game, much of what we’ve seen the past few weeks - a very different game from the first few months of the season...
NHL legend Jean Beliveau was released from a Montreal hospital Friday, according to a Montreal Canadiens spokesman.Beliveau suffered his second stroke on Feb. 27. He left hospital and has checked in to a rehabilitation center.The 80-year-old is the longest-serving captain in team history and is second all-time in Canadiens history in points, assists and games played. He won the Stanley...
In January I picked Brad Staubitz then of the Minnesota Wild as the worst regular in the NHL. At that time he had 41 games played with few minutes, no points and only fights to show for his presence. Since then he was placed on waivers by the Wild and claimed by the Montreal Canadiens. Staubitz keeps playing regularly in Montreal. He is up to 56 games played with no points...