1. Canadiens Beat Senators 2-1

    Dale Weise scored his second goal of the night 8:47 into overtime to help the Montreal Canadiens take a stranglehold of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal playoff series against the Ottawa Senators ...

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  2. Beaulieu Suffers Upper-Body Injury vs. Senators

    The Montreal Canadiens came back to defeat the Ottawa Senators 2-1 on Sunday, but not everything went well for the Habs.....

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  3. Video: Weise Ends Anderson's Shutout Bid, Forces OT

    For three straight games, Ottawa has taken a 1-0 lead over Montreal . The Senators couldn't capitalize on that edge in the first two contests of this first round series though...

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  4. Dave Stubbs: Élise Béliveau's Magic Rubs off on Habs' Subban in Overtime Win

    Élise Béliveau's love affair with the Canadiens began when her late husband, Jean, signed his first contract with the club in October 1953...

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  5. Healthy Enough: Pacioretty Scores on Power Play

    Is Max Pacioretty really 100 percent in Game 2? One could probably argue that few players are truly “healthy” at this point in the year, but either way, the Montreal Canadiens winger made an impact tonight...

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  6. P.A. Parenteau out for Game 2 vs. Sens

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  7. Blame Subban, Not the Officials for Tough Call

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  8. Subban Denies Threatening Senators' Stone Before Slash

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  9. Canadiens' Parenteau Day-to-Day with Upper-Body Injury

    The first game of the Montreal Canadiens ' opening series with the Ottawa Senators was already the reason for the microfracture of Mark Stone's wrist, and now the Habs have an injury of their own to deal with...

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  10. Smith-Pelly: 'We Knew We Had to Be Physical'

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  11. Habs Game Report: Flynn Caps Roller-Coaster Opener

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  12. Watch: Mitchell & Plekanec Score 15 Seconds Apart for Habs

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  13. Subban Gets Tossed for Slashing

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  14. Canadiens Goalie Carey Price 'A Country Boy at Heart': Peter Mansbridge

    Carey Price drives a half-ton truck. A big one. He's kind of addicted to trucks. In fact, as he wheeled me around downtown Montreal the other day he told me he can't remember ever driving anything else...

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  15. Canadiens' Devante Smith-Pelly Gearing Up for the Playoffs

    About 45 minutes into each training session, drills come to a halt and most players disappear through a doorway that leads into the team's dressing room...

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  16. For Canadiens, Heightened Expectations Apply Not Just to Players

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  17. Montreal Canadiens' Keys to a Round One Win over the Ottawa Senators

    The Montreal Canadiens won 50 games in 2014-15 and are the Atlantic Division regular-season champions. And now that it's playoff time, all of that means nothing...

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  18. Canadiens' Gallagher a Big-Game Player: Sportsnet.ca

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  19. P.K. Subban Seems OK with Being a 'Villain'

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  20. Armed with Price, Habs Battle Ready for Playoffs

    TORONTO – Fifty wins, a division title, and a 110-point season. The Canadiens are ready for the playoffs...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 5 months ago 44 reads 0 comments

  21. Fitting Right in

    BROSSARD – There are many reasons why Jeff Petry was so highly sought after at the trade deadline. Fortunately, the Canadiens managed to secure his services at just the right time...

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  22. Carey Price Focused on Winning Cup with Canadiens, Not Individual Honors

    MONTREAL -- The history of the Montreal Canadiens can be suffocating at times for the players trying to live up to it...

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  23. Habs Game Report: Eller Strikes in OT as Price Makes History

    The win allowed the Canadiens to stay two points ahead of Tampa Bay in the battle for first place in the Atlantic Division with each team having one game to play...

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  24. Price Sets Habs All Time Win Record for a Single Season

    It took until game 81 of the season, and it was fitting that #81 scored the game winner in over time, with Lars Eller's wide angle shot beating Jimmy Howard to give Carey Price the ...

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  25. P.K. Subban deserves the Norris Trophy, and here's why

    Bob McKenzie has taken his annual coach's poll to determine who should win the NHL 's most prestigious trophies, and the results are interesting...

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