Canadiens vs Bruins recap: Ninth consecutive win at TD Garden

The Montreal Canadiens proved why they were the top team in the Atlantic by beating the Boston Bruins. The Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins renewed hostilities at TD Gardens, as both teams battled to grab top spot in the Atlantic division. Brendan Gallagher literally drew first blood against the Bruins, high sticking Brandon Carlo in the face to give Boston the first power...
Via Eyes On The Prize
57 minutes ago

Sunday Habs Headlines: Al Montoya reflects on his Cuban heritage

Here are your daily links, including Al Montoya’s Cuban roots, what is the current identity of the Canadiens, and how to block shots. Montreal Canadiens News and Notes Back up goaltender Al Montoya is the first hockey player of Cuban heritage to play in the NHL. [La Presse] Initial reports of a second stroke for Jacques Demers turned out to be erroneous, as it was later announced...
Via Eyes On The Prize
2 hours ago

Price stops 19 shots in 2nd start, Canadiens beat Bruins 4-2

BOSTON (AP) Carey Price stopped 19 shots in his second start, and Brian Gallagher and Phillip Danault each had second-period goals Saturday night to lift the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-2 win over the Boston Bruins. Price, playing just his second game after a bout with the flu at the start of the season, missed most of last season with a right knee injury. He won his season debut...
Via Associated Press
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Canadiens coach Jacques Demers hospitalized

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Former Montreal Canadiens coach Jacques Demers has been hospitalized. Demer's director of parliamentary affairs confirmed Saturday that the 72-year-old Demers, a Canadian senator, had been admitted to a Montreal hospital, but couldn't immediately provide any details. Demers had a stroke in April. He was at the Canadiens' home opener Tuesday night, smiling...
Via Associated Press
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Radulov Already Proving His Worth

After a strong preseason and an excellent start to the regular season, Alexander Radulov has come as advertised. Many criticized Marc Bergevin for bringing Radulov into the locker room this past offseason when he made significant moves to change the culture of the Canadiens. Radulov came with a questionable reputation in the National Hockey League, and by trading P.K. Subban for...
Via The Hockey Writers
17 hours ago

6 Canadiens Having Best-Ever Starts

Shea Weber – (John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports) It’s only been four games, but what a ‘four games’ for the 3-0-1 Montreal Canadiens… especially from the perspective of the offense. With 16 goals already, the team is pretty much firing on all cylinders, including some cylinders you wouldn’t necessarily expect. They may fall well short of the perfect 9-0 record they...
Via The Hockey Writers
21 hours ago

Habs lines at practice, October 22nd: Mikhail Sergachev sits out first chance at Bruins rivalry

Here are your latest Montreal Canadiens practice lines ahead of their game with the Bruins. With a shootout loss serving as the only demerit on the Montreal Canadiens’ record through four games to start the season, the Habs move into Boston hoping to extend their points streak to five. With the way the team is firing on all cylinders, no changes were made to a forward lineup that...
Via Eyes On The Prize
21 hours ago

Canadiens fan violates sports bathroom etiquette, stashes nachos below urinal

There are limited opportunities for the NHL fan to do two things during a live game — go to the bathroom and get food and beverages. So, multi-tasking when getting out of your seat is usually on the cards. However, one Montreal Canadiens fan violated every sense of decency, common sense, and intermission etiquette, in one move earlier this week. The man decided to multi-task in...
Via The Comeback
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Canadiens fan stores nachos under urinal while relieving himself (pic)

In what has to be one of the worst — not to mention disgusting, unsanitary and goodness knows what else — ways to store concession food at a sporting event, a Montreal Canadiens fan stashed his soda and a tray of nachos underneath a urinal while relieving himself. Authentic shirt 225$, nacho combo 18$, protecting it at all costs pricel- wait..Just eww.what ya think @amandacstein...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Coyotes roughed up by Canadiens for second straight loss

MONTREAL -- Carey Price eased back into action with the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.Price made 27 saves in his season debut to help the Canadiens beat the Arizona Coyotes 5-2."It was nice to get back into the routine and get to play a regular-season game," Price said. "I felt fine. I felt pretty good in the skate this morning. We were skating well and moving the puck. It...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Shaw doesn’t want bad reputation: 'I’m a pretty nice guy'

Andrew Shaw wants fans to know he’s a nice guy and his past actions don’t represent who he is as a player or as a person. Shaw’s developed a less than sterling reputation due to his actions and words on the ice. He’s been suspended for intentionally trying to injure a goalie and calling another player a homophobic slur. This season alone, Shaw was suspended three preseason...
Via Puck Drunk Love
3 days ago  |  Discuss

P.K. Subban says move was a personality, not hockey trade

When the Montreal Canadiens traded P.K. Subban, it appeared that the deal was made for more than just hockey reasons. Now, Subban is publicly admitting that himself. Subban spoke to Alex Prewitt of Sports Illustrated and said the people who thought the deal was a “good ol’ fashioned hockey trade” are wrong in his opinion, instead saying the deal with Nashville was a personality...
Via Puck Drunk Love
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Shaw doesn’t deserve respect after reckless hit and fight with rookie

The Montreal Canadiens acquired Andrew Shaw in a June deal with the Chicago Blackhawks to add grit and truculence to a perceived delicate roster. Without playing a single game in a Habs uniform, Shaw was awarded a $23.4 million deal by general manager Marc Bergevin, representing a team mindset change to a rougher, harder to battle against squad. Shaw’s potential impact was on...
Via Puck Drunk Love
24 days ago  |  Discuss

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