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Canadiens-Senators, despite featuring two Canadian teams from the same difference, doesn’t have the same reputation as a rivalry as, say, Maple Leafs-Canadiens. That might change after Sunday night in Ottawa.
The Sens and the Habs locked horns in a wild affair that the Sens ended up winning 6-1. The game unraveled quickly for Montreal midway through the third, and that’s when things got really out of hand. When it was all said and done, the two teams combined for 53 penalties totaling 236 penalty minutes. In the third period alone, the two teams combined for 40 penalties and 210 PIMs.
The high point of that came at 7:04 of the third period after Ottawa had just scored to make it 4-1. With the game out of reach, and frustrations mounting, Montreal’s Ryan White took a two-handed slash to the legs of Zack Smith. From there, all hell broke lose. The two teams engaged in a wild line brawl that left sticks and gloves all over the ice.
See the brawl by clicking here.
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The only person missing from the Ottawa Senators thrashing of the Montreal Canadiens was WWE chairman/mouthpiece Vince McMahon.
It is true that these are two teams that hate each other with a passion that is usually limited to a blood feud.
However, what erupted in the third period that contest was downright ugly.
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If you ask me, hockey fights are a pointless endeavor, a lot of the times they’re forced and not that entertaining. But, it’s a part of the culture and probably won’t stop anytime soon, so why fight it? (no pun intended).
During Game 3 of the first-round match between the Montreal Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators in the NHL Playoffs, a brawl broke out on the ice and every...
Tempers finally boiled over between the Canadiens and Senators in Game 3. Following a horrific injury to Lars Eller and some angry comments directed toward Ottawa coach Paul MacLean, the two teams finally duked it out after Ottawa scored their fourth goal of the game to give them a commanding 4-1 lead with roughly 12 minutes left in the third period.
My goodness. The video...
The Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens combined for 236 penalty minutes on Cinco de Mayo, which has to be a Canadian…
Jean-Gabriel Pageau got his first NHL hat trick Sunday night to lead the Ottawa Senators in a fight-filled 6-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens.
The teams combined for 236 penalty minutes and nine players were given a game misconduct.
The Senators have a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series and Game 4 is Tuesday night in Ottawa.
The third period started out with the Senators...
from Erin Nick at NHL.com,
Anderson has a .949 save percentage through three games, placing him third among the 16 active goaltenders playing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. His goals-against average sits at 2.01, which ranks sixth. Meanwhile, Price finds himself 15th in both categories, with a 3.69 GAA and .879 save percentage.
Price's stats took a hit after the 6-1 loss...
The Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators got into a huge brawl during Game 3 of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoff series.
The Ottawa Senators-Montreal Canadiens playoff series has been the most intriguing series and it all started with Eric Gryba crushing Lars Eller and continued with Brandon Prust calling Ottawa’s head coach Paul MacLean a “bug-eyed fat walrus.” A new trend has started in this series, a player has lost a tooth in every single game and the team with the player that loses the...
Jean-Gabriel Pageau made a name for himself last night with his first playoff Hat Trick of his career against the Montreal Canadiens. Pageau, who was born in Ottawa but raised in Hull Quebec, scored his first goal in the 2nd period to break a 1-1 tie, his 2nd goal, a wicked wrister over Carey Price, made it 3-1. Then in a veteran move, Senators captain Daniel Alfredson passed the...
First a full blown line brawl early in the 3rd period with Ottawa up 4-1.
Then P.K. Subban and Kyle Turris go at it shortly after, watch that below along with all the penalties taken in the 3rd period tonight. Continue reading "Video- Brawling In Ottawa"
Ottawa won a brawl-filled game 6-1 against Montreal Sunday night, giving the Sens a 2-1 lead in the series. Ottawa's Jean-Gabriel Pageau, scoring his first career playoff goal, gave the Senators a 2-1 lead early in the second as he slipped between defensemen P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov to beat Carey Price over the shoulder. The Sens never looked back after that. Pageau is...