1. 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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  2. Therrien: Lack of PP Goals the 'Story of the Game'

    Therrien:"We had opportunities on the power-play but we didn't take advantage of it tonight. That was the story of the game...

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  3. Video: Dustin Tokarski Stones Martin St. Louis with Glove Save

    The Montreal Canadiens have been without their star goaltender since he suffered an injury in Game 1 and starting in Game 2, coach Michel Therrien has gone with the rookie Dustin Tokarski over his veteran backup Peter Budaj...

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  4. LeBrun: Desharnais Battles Through Adversity

    From healthy scratch in November to top-line center in the playoffs, the story of David Desharnais' season is about perseverance and mental toughness...

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  5. Bournival to Play for Suspended Brandon Prust

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  6. Diminutive Habs Make Big and Lasting Impact

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  7. Controversy Seems to Be Part of Habs' Makeup

    NEW YORK — If you are the sort of person who appreciates dissension, there are few better places to go than a Montreal Canadiens practice. This is a team that is never far from controversy — either real or imagined...

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  8. Briere Calls Stepan's Injury 'Fishy'

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  9. Tokarski's Remarkable Rise from the Heart of Nowhere to the NHL Playoffs

    He beams when you ask him and is only too happy to let you know: No, Dustin Tokarski is not from Humboldt, Sask., as you might find online or his hockey cards...

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  10. Canadiens' Decision to Use Dustin Tokarski in Goal Hasn't Affected Chemistry

    NEW YORK -- Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien and his staff knew there would be some politics involved when they decided to turn to rookie goaltender Dustin Tokarski to take ...

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  11. Should Montreal Canadiens General Manager Marc Bergevin Win GM of the Year?

    Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin deserves a lot of credit for the Habs ’ success this year after an unexpected trip to the Eastern Conference Final, ...

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  12. Canadiens Happy to Irritate Rangers

    NEW YORK -- It was his first shift following what we now know was a hit that caused a broken jaw. Derek Stepan was on the ice flying, and when an opportunity presented itself to line up Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin, he didn't hesitate...

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  13. Bergevin, Lombardi, Murray Named GM of the Year Finalists

    Montreal 's Marc Bergevin, Los Angeles ' Dean Lombardi and Anaheim 's Bob Murray have been nominated for the 2014 General Manager of the Year award, the NHL announced on Friday...

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  14. Plekanec's Line Breaks Through to Lift Canadiens to Game 3 Win vs. Rangers

    If ever one goal could give a line confidence and have a carryover effect in a series, it's the goal that Alex Galchenyuk scored in overtime Thursday night...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 21 reads 0 comments

  15. Canadiens' Galchenyuk Had 'No Idea' How He Scored Game-Winner

    The Rangers were just another fluky bounce or deflection away from taking complete control of the Eastern Conference finals...

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  16. Infographic: Tokarski's Followers Skyrocket

    So @dustintokarski wasn't kidding about his recent gain in Twitter followers... pic.twitter.com/Rlw0ywHIAg.....

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  17. Canadiens Are Now Trusting Dustin Tokarski

    The kid had to, at the very least, match the King if the Montreal Canadiens planned to make a series out the East final...

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  18. Do Habs Have Another Unheralded Gem in Tokarski?

    All right, so Dustin Tokarski has won a Memorial Cup in junior hockey, a gold medal in the World Junior Championship and a Calder Cup in the American League...

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  19. Stepan on Prust Hit: 'I Hope the League Takes a Look'

    Alex Galchenyuk's goal 1:12 into overtime lifted the Montreal Canadiens past the Rangers , 3-2, Thursday night at Madison Square Garden in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Final...

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  20. Video: Galchenyuk Scores Game Winner for Montreal

    At 1:12 of overtime in the Montreal Canadiens/ New York Rangers game, the Situation Room supported the referee's call on the ice that the puck deflected off Alex Galchenyuk's body and into the New York net in a legal fashion...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 1 month ago 261 reads 0 comments

  21. Tokarski: I 'Got the Jitters Out, Felt More Calm'

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  22. Canadiens' Pacioretty Grew Up Idolizing Rangers

    NEW YORK -- Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty has had his share of memorable moments in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs...

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  23. 5 X-Factors in Montreal Canadiens' NHL Playoff Series vs. Rangers

    The Montreal Canadiens have put themselves in a difficult situation in their NHL playoff series versus the New York Rangers . Home-ice advantage is long gone, and they face a 2-0 series deficit in the Eastern Conference Final...

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  24. Habs Voice Support for Struggling Vanek

    Thomas Vanek seemed to be the major topic of conversation for the Montreal Canadiens today, as evidenced by the transcripts we received from the NHL ...

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  25. Madison Square Garden a Special Place for Habs' Pacioretty

    Max Pacioretty has two goals, an assist, six hits, three blocked shots and 17 shots on goal in six lifetime games at legendary Madison Square Garden...

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