Ranking the Montreal Canadiens' 5 Greatest Strengths for the 2013-14 Season

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Ranking the Montreal Canadiens' 5 Greatest Strengths for the 2013-14 Season
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Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban celebrates a goal.

While the Montreal Canadiens were far from perfect in 2013, they definitely did a lot right. A 4-6 regular-season finish may have overshadowed a great season, but a team just doesn’t go 25-8-5 into April on luck alone.

Last year, for example, the team enjoyed the fifth-best power play in the league at 20.7 percent, got lots of goals—3.10 per game to be exact—and was even able to limit ones scored by opponents (26.9 shots per game).

With much the same roster as last year, the status quo seems to be maintained for all intents and purposes, with a few key exceptions of course. Here are the Habs five greatest strengths for the 2013-14 season:

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