1. How the Montreal Canadiens Need to Improve in Order to Beat the Boston Bruins

    In sharp contrast to where they were in the first round of these Stanley Cup playoffs after four games, the Montreal Canadiens now find themselves tied with the Boston Bruins ...

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  2. Therrien Calls on 'Certain Players' to 'Bring Us Some More Offense'

    “If you look at the playoffs from the start, there are certain players that are having some trouble contributing offensively. These types of players need to adjust to the intensity of the playoffs...

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  3. Canadiens Cause Aided by Shot Blocking

    MONTREAL — One of the Bruins ' strengths has been their defensemen's ability to get shots to the net from the points. One of the Canadiens ' strengths has been to limit that and, at times, take it away...

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  4. Michel Therrien Critical of Top Line in Game 4 Loss to Bruins

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  5. Canadiens Sign Defenseman Greg Pateryn to a Two-Year Contract Extension

    MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Thursday a two-year contract extension for defenseman Greg Pateryn (2014-15 to 2015-16)...

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  6. For Subban, 'Controlling That Emotion' Has Been Key

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  7. Humble Weise Gets Rock Star Treatment as Habs Lead Bruins

    Dale Weise is finding out what it's like to be a Montreal Canadien when they're winning in the springtime. The city groaned when general manager Marc Bergevin sent defenceman Raphael Diaz to Vancouver Canucks for the little-known Weise on Feb...

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  8. Brendan Gallagher's Impact on the Montreal Canadiens Far Exceeds His Size

    Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien was looking for a way to get David Desharnais and Max Pacioretty going offensively. It was mid-November and the Canadiens forwards were having difficult starts to the 2013-14 season...

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  9. Stock Up, Stock Down for Montreal Canadiens Stars in 2014 NHL Playoffs

    The Montreal Canadiens are now 6-1 in the 2014 NHL playoffs and hold a 2-1 series lead over the Boston Bruins in Round 2...

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  10. Habs Only Team Left Driving Molson Coors Sales

    MONTREAL — Molson Coors is enthusiastically cheering on the Habs but having just one Canadian hockey team make a playoff run this year is bound to hurt beer sales, the brewer said Wednesday...

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  11. Report: Habs Brass Angry over Another Lucic 'Spear' on Emelin

    Montreal 's front office is none too pleased about another alleged spearing incident involving Milan Lucic and Alexei Emelin, according to Sportsnet...

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  12. Michel Therrien Says Canadiens Have 'Business-Like' Attitude

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  13. VIDEO: P.K. Subban Breaks out of Box, Scores Breakaway on Bruins

    P.K. Subban is having an outsanding postseason, so outstanding that the hockey gods are rewarding him when something doesn't go his way...

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  14. Murray, Moen in for Habs; Bruins Stick with Game 2 Lineup

    While the Boston Bruins are primed to stick with the same lineup that won them Game 2, the Montreal Canadiens are making two minor tweaks to their mix for Game 3...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 4 months ago 41 reads 0 comments

  15. Bourque Confirmed in Canadiens' Game 3 Lineup

    BROSSARD, Quebec -- Montreal Canadiens forward Rene Bourque will play in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Second Round series against the Boston Bruins on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, RDS), coach Michel Therrien confirmed...

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  16. Bourque to Play in Game 3 as Habs Host Bruins on TSN 690

    Rene Bourque will play for the Montreal Canadiens tonight in Game 3 of the team's second-round series against the visiting Boston Bruins ...

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  17. Good-Natured Therrien Brings Smiles to Game 3

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  18. Montreal Canadiens' 5 Biggest Questions in Playoff Series vs. Boston Bruins

    The Montreal Canadiens did what they set out to do in the first two games of their second-round playoff series versus the Boston Bruins . They earned a split in Boston and now head to Montreal with home-ice advantage...

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  19. Bourque (Flu) Misses Practice

    Rene Bourque missed practice because of the flu and coach Michel Therrien told reporters in Brossard “hopefully he'll play tomorrow...

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  20. Price Gets His Dogs Back

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  21. Habs Accentuating the Positives After Game 2 Loss

    Songwriter Johnny Mercer offered that sage advice 70 years ago and coach Michel Therrien will take it into consideration as the Canadiens prepare to face the Boston Bruins in Game ...

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  22. City of Montreal 'Ready for Anything' from Fans

    MONTREAL -- With tensions already running high between the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins , Montreal officials say they're staying vigilant to ensure the passion doesn't get destructive...

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  23. P.K. Subban Addresses Racist Tweets Directed at Him, Defends Bruins

    P.K. Subban has been called a lot of names over the years for various reasons, some more innocent than others. Thursday night was one of those instances where name-calling went way too far...

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  24. Carey Price Says Habs Must Regroup: 'That's What Winners Do'

    #Habs Price: "It's time to regroup. That's what winners do and that's what we plan to do... We didn't expect to sweep two here...

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  25. Therrien Sounds Like He Wants More of Everything from Vanek

    The Montreal Canadiens didn't get a great game from Thomas Vanek in Game 1 and with his history of success against the Boston Bruins , it came as a bit of a surprise...

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