Found October 11, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Brandon Prust used his hands both gloved and ungloved Thursday night scoring and boxing well out of his weight class to help lift the Canadiens to a hard-fought 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place. Prust scored what would prove to be the winning goal on a play that seemed to fall apart a half-dozen times before he finally shovelled the puck past Oilers goalie Devan Dubnyk 12:05 into the second period. Alex Galcheynuk scored Montreal’s third on a beautiful feed from Brendan Gallagher the latter having scored the Habs’ first on some fine work by Galchenyuk after veteran Ryan Smyth had put the Oilers on the board first. Max Pacioretty hit the empty Edmonton net with 17.1 seconds remaining.
Subban on a roll: With three assists defenceman P.K. Subban has a goal and four helpers in the Canadiens’ first two games of this road trip.
Gorges responds to treatment: You knew something was wrong Wednesday in Calgary when defenceman Josh Gorges played just 20 second of the third pe...
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It’s time to start treating the kids like adults.
Going into the National Hockey League season it appeared that Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien would have three well-balanced lines capable of scoring.
Based on past performances the potential is still there but over the first four games the Canadiens have been a one-line team and that line is composed of whoever is between...
Brendan Gallagher and Alex Galchenyuk each had a goal and an assist and the Montreal Canadiens won for the second time in their past three outings, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 4-1 on Thursday night.
Brandon Prust and Max Pacioretty also scored and P.K. Subban had three assists for the Canadiens (2-2-0), who were making their second stop on a four-game Western Canadian trip.
The Montreal Canadiens are going to be without Brian Gionta on Saturday night.
The Vancouver Canucks will be without their leader in ice time in Alex Edler.
The absences of these key players will take some of the luster off this marquee matchup as the Canadiens and Canucks meet in Vancouver.
Gionta joined Montreal (2-2-0) at the start of this four-game trip after a brief absence...
from Jeff Z. Klein of the New York Times,
Researchers at a Mayo Clinic conference on concussions in hockey called Wednesday for a ban on fighting at all levels of the sport, eight days after a Montreal Canadiens enforcer was hospitalized because of a fight on opening night of the N.H.L. season.
“Science has responded to the game on the ice,” said Ken Dryden, a Hall of...