1. Montreal Canadiens Have Their Work Cut Out for Them

    It was difficult to determine which version of the Montreal Canadiens was on the ice last night during the eventual 3-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Centre...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 5 years ago 198 reads 6 comments

  2. Canadiens-Blackhawks: Lots To Cheer For Habs' 4-1 Win

    If parting is such sweet sorrow, there was surely nothing sweet about coming back for Cristobal Huet as he made his first return to the Bell Centre after being traded to Chicago during the 2008 trade deadline...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 5 years ago 109 reads 1 comments

  3. Montreal Canadiens 3-2 Winners in Overtime vs Tampa Bay Lightning

    While last night's contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning was not the most exciting game in Habs history, there is no doubt that the Canadiens and their fans will take the two points...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 5 years ago 56 reads 2 comments

  4. Canadiens-Thrashers: Montreal Nets Encouraging 6-3 Victory Over Atlanta

    You have your Lecavalier-St Martin-Prospal, Malkin-Crosby-Guerin and your Jokinen-Iginla-Cammalleri, so why not Tanguay-Koivu-Kovalev? The triumphant trio combined for 11 points in yesterday's encouraging 6-3 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 5 years ago 77 reads 1 comments

  5. #33 Shall Join #1 And #29 - Canadiens To Retire Patrick Roy's Jersey

    The Montreal Canadiens held a packed press conference today at 3PM in order to announce that on November 22nd, 2008, Patrick Roy's #33 will be raised to the rafters...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about 6 years ago 188 reads 2 comments

  6. Mats Sundin As A Montreal Canadien Slim: Plan B Rumors, Options and Suggestions

    It sure feels good to be writing about hockey again! I would have preferred, however, that my first post of the season on the Frozen Ponder, be one that welcomes Mats Sundin to "La Sainte-Flanelle...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about 6 years ago 1,192 reads 2 comments

  7. Alex Tanguay and the Montreal Canadiens - A Perfect Fit

    The Montreal Canadians arguably made one of the biggest stories during the 2008 NHL draft in Ottawa last week and they didn't even have a pick in the first round...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about 6 years ago 1,361 reads 5 comments

  8. Pittsburgh Penguins Will Not Leave '08 Stanley Cup Playoffs Empty-Handed

    So perhaps the fat lady has not sung yet, as far as the Pittsburgh Penguins are concerned. But at this point in the series, she has cleared her throat, prepared her sheet music and has approached the microphone...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 6 years ago 885 reads 3 comments

  9. 2008 NHL Playoffs: My Round Two Predictions

    So I'm a little late in posting my predictions for round two of the NHL playoffs. As you will read, however, you won't be able to accuse me of cheating, since only one of my picks has a win so far! I still stand by my original calls...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 6 years ago 759 reads 0 comments

  10. Habs Will Meet The Flyers in Round Two

    I believe I am not alone among other fans, the media and the Montreal Canadiens themselves when I say that we just lucked out in round two...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 6 years ago 535 reads 5 comments

  11. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Anaheim Ducks Fall To The Dallas Stars

    They were the defending Stanley Cup champions. They were among the top-three teams in the West favoured to advance to the Big Dance at the end of it all. They also had a few aces up their sleeves, in the names of Selanne and Niedermayer...

    Nick Murdocco Written by Nick Murdocco about over 6 years ago 582 reads 2 comments