1. Habs Heading to Tampa with Confidence

    MONTREAL — - Those Canadiens car flags nearly looked unflappable blowing in the wind during a trip down Rene Levesque Boulevard Sunday morning...

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  2. Carey Price's Brilliance Putting Epic Comeback Within Reach for Canadiens

    It takes a lot to drown out the deep baritone of Montreal Canadiens public address announcer Michel Lacroix, who has been detailing Canadiens' goals since 1993. The longtime Canadiens P...

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  3. P.K.: We Put Ourselves in a 'Hell of a Position'

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  4. P.K. Pumped: Ready to Do 'Something Special'

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  5. Could It Happen? Habs Edge Closer to Reverse Sweep by Forcing Game 6

    After taking a 3-0 series lead, Tampa Bay was crushed by Montreal in Game 4 on Thursday. The Lightning regrouped for Game 5 and held their own, but they still suffered a 2-1 loss to the Canadiens Saturday night...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 74 reads 0 comments

  6. With Game 6 Win, Habs Make MTL History

    .@CanadiensMTL forced Game 6 after trailing a best-of-7 series 3-0 for first time in franchise history (in 11 all-time scenarios)...

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  7. Former Hart, Vézina Winner Theodore Marvels at Price's Path to Greatness

    His Hart and Vézina Trophy miniatures are in his Florida home, and once in a while José Theodore will find himself looking at them, embracing the memories of which they're made...

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  8. Former Habs Goalie Theodore Enjoying New Life as a TVA Hockey Analyst

    It's with the eye of a goaltender still today, two years since his last game, that José Theodore watches Canadiens netminder Carey Price and his NHL brethren, sharing his outspoken analysis and unique insight with TVA viewers...

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  9. NHL.com: Canadiens Invigorated by Blowout Win in Game 4

    The Montreal Canadiens don't look like a team one loss away from elimination in the Eastern Conference Second Round and their confidence continues to rise after a 6-2 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 4 at Amalie Arena on Thursday...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 months ago 9 reads 0 comments

  10. Resilient Canadiens Don't Know How to Spell 'Quit'

    The Canadiens were like the hero in some Grade B action flick. Knocked on the head, chloroformed, kicked, punched, sandblasted, wrapped in chains and dropped into a pit of starving crocodiles...

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  11. Canadiens Down, but Haven't Lost Their Fight

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  12. Pacioretty: 'We Were Desperate' in Game 4 Win

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  13. Rapid Reaction: Canadiens 6, Lightning 2 - Cross Checks Blog - ESPN

    The Montreal Canadiens suffered the most crushing of losses Wednesday night when Tyler Johnson's buzzer-beater gave the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-0 series lead...

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  14. Watch: Pacioretty Scores Goal on Stutter-Step

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  15. Ron MacLean: Lack of Composure Cost Canadiens

    Following a heartbreaking loss in the final seconds of Game 3 against the Tampa Bay Lightning Wednesday, Ron MacLean weighed in on the future of Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 months ago 15 reads 0 comments

  16. Canadiens' Best Hope Is Creating More Traffic

    The Montreal Canadiens outshot the Tampa Bay Lightning 31-19 in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Second Round series on Wednesday, and had 69 shot attempts to the Lightning's 41...

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  17. Habs Must Rebound After Deflating Loss or Be Swept

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  18. Canadiens Just Can't Find a Way to Beat Lightning

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  19. NHL playoffs: 5 stories from Wednesday night

    The first and second place team in the Eastern Conference are now facing second-round elimination after Montreal suffered a heart-breaking loss to Tampa Bay and New York failed to capitalize on Washington ...

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  20. Tampa Bay Columnist Rips Canadiens, Fans

    Tampa Bay Times columnist Tom Jones wrote a column after Game 2 of the Canadiens -Lightning Eastern Conference semifinal series that is surely going to upset Habs fans — and have Habs-haters cheering loudly...

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  21. Gallagher: 'We're Finding Ways to Lose'

    “Adversity” is the buzzword the Canadiens have frequently used this season to describe a variety of hardships...

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  22. Stephen Whyno on Twitter

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  23. Canadiens' David Desharnais over Illness, Wants to Play in Game 3

    David Desharnais tried to rush out of the hospital to play in Game 2 of Montreal's playoff series with Tampa Bay...

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  24. Desharnais (Illness) to Return for Game 3 vs. TB

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  25. Were Controversial Comments from Canadiens' Brandon Prust Truly 'Baseless'?

    Brandon Prust is a lot of things. He is a fourth-liner with a lot of skill, at least relative to his role. He is a penalty-killer. He is a fighter...

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