1. Canadiens Sign Prospect Thrower to 3-Year Deal

    Defence prospect Dalton Thrower has signed a three-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens . The six-foot 203-pound Thrower had 12 goals and 39 points in 42 games with the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League this season...

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  2. Pacioretty Says Tokarski Made a Name for Himself

    When it was clear that Carey Price would miss the rest of the 2014 Eastern Conference finals, it seemed like the Montreal Canadiens were doomed...

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  3. Habs Left to Wonder 'What If?' After Falling to Rangers in 2014 Eastern Final

    The Montreal Canadiens were eliminated from the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs after a 1-0 loss in Game 6 against the New York Rangers ...

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  4. Final Report Card for Montreal Canadiens' 2013-14 Season

    It is safe to write that the Montreal Canadiens exceeded the expectations of many by making it to the Eastern Conference Final in 2014. Despite leaving Montreal fans wanting more, it was a great run for the club from "la belle province...

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  5. 2013-2014 Playoffs Stats - Points - Montréal Canadiens - Statistics

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  6. No Emelin for Habs Again in Game 6

    Both of the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens will look a little different in Game 6, even if those tweaks aren't purely performance-related...

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  7. Emelin out for Game 6 vs. Rangers; Prust Returns

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  8. Montreal Anthem Singer Would Miss Potential Game 7

    If the Montreal Canadiens succeed in forcing a Game 7 in their Eastern Conference Final series against the New York Rangers , they will be playing it without their lucky charm in the building...

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  9. Weise Out, Emelin Game-Time Decision Tonight

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  10. Canadiens Build Success on Savvy Drafting

    The unfortunate phrase “Draft Schmaft” became part of the Cliff Fletcher legacy from his first go-round as general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs ...

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  11. Needing 2 Wins, Canadiens Find Several Reasons for Optimism

    Facing Game 6 in hostile territory, the Montreal Canadiens projected an air of confidence upon returning to Manhattan the day after their wild Game 5 victory at home...

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  12. Montreal Canadiens' Most Impressive Players in Eastern Conference Final So Far

    The Montreal Canadiens are still alive in the Eastern Conference Final versus the New York Rangers . Their 7-4 victory on Tuesday night in Montreal forced a Game 6 on Thursday at Madison Square Garden...

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  13. Canadiens' Defense Must Stay Aggressive, Says Craig Ramsay

    Aggressive pinches from the point and defenseman joining the rush are necessities for the Montreal Canadiens if they want to force a Game 7 in the Eastern Conference Final, longtime NHL coach and player Craig Ramsay said...

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  14. Bourque's Parents' Lawn Littered with Hats

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  15. Alex Galchenyuk's Resurgence Giving Canadiens Hope vs. Rangers

    With Montreal’s season hanging in the balance, Alex Galchenyuk didn’t waste any time. Less than two minutes into Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final, he found his way to the front of the net to redirect a P...

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  16. Bourque's Parents' Yard Littered with Hats After Game 5

    Rene Bourque has had a great postseason, a postseason that got even better with a hat trick on Tuesday night in Game 5 against the Rangers ...

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  17. Habs' Bourque Silencing Doubters as Key Playoff Performer

    MONTREAL - Rene Bourque had just nine goals and 16 points in 63 regular season games, but the Canadiens forward has become a key cog in Montreal's offence during the playoffs...

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  18. A Habs' Comeback Won't Require a Miracle Now

    The building – and even the city – was quieter than usual leading up to puck drop, with the grey skies and 3-1 deficit in the series getting some of the diehards off their game on Tuesday...

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  19. Canadiens Leave Rangers Searching for Answers

    MONTREAL — Mark them down as the eight minutes most responsible for extending the Montreal Canadiens season...

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  20. Bourque a Surprise Hero for Habs

    MONTREAL -- As the hats came cascading down on the Bell Centre ice surface 6:33 into the third period, one couldn't help but wonder just how life was for Rene Bourque just four months ago...

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  21. Plekanec Gets Embellishment Penalty, Opens Door for Rangers PP Goal

    New York Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault likely doused the flames a bit by claiming his team's responsibility for Game 4′s eight penalties, but that didn't stop people from ...

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  22. Canadiens' Pacioretty Uses Tough Game as Motivation

    BROSSARD, Quebec -- There are few stars in the NHL who can be as hard on themselves as Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty...

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  23. Ramsay: Team-First Play Helps P.K. Subban, Montreal Canadiens

    For additional insight into the Stanley Cup Playoff series between the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens , NHL .com has enlisted the help of former NHL coach Craig Ramsay to break down the action...

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  24. Canadiens' Playoff Run Full of Positive Elements Despite Deep Hole vs. Rangers

    No matter what happens for the Montreal Canadiens now—and things look pretty bleak for the Habs after Sunday night’s loss to the New York Rangers put them on the brink ...

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  25. Therrien Calls Weak Habs Power Play 'the Story' of Game 4

    The situation was just perfect for narratives: after failing on almost every power-play opportunity in Game 4, the Montreal Canadiens received yet another chance 30 seconds into overtime...

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