1. Habs: Altercation Between Markov And Price After Loss Against Blues

    Team990's radio animator Tony Marinaro reports that an altercation took place between defense man Andrei Markov and goaltender Carey Price after the game against the St-Louis Blues last Wednesday...

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  2. Habs: Stupid Penalties Sink Canadiens

    Montreal - After dropping the last two decisions against Pittsburgh and Atlanta, Jacques Martin's troops did everything but the right things to give themselves a chance to win against the North East division's top seed Sabres...

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  3. Habs: Andrei Markov Is Skating

    Montreal - According to RDS.ca, Andrei Markov skated on Tuesday and repeated the experience this morning in practice at the Brossard Sports Complex.This is good news for the Montreal Canadiens...

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  4. Habs: Price Leads The Way As Montreal Edges Columbus 5-3

    Montreal - Inspired by Carey Price and despite the fact that there were many key players missing in the lineup, the Canadiens found a way to come back in the third frame and cash in two points in a 5-3 victory against the Columbus Blue Jackets...

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  5. Habs: New Comer Pouliot Will Have to Wait (CBJ Vs Mtl)

    Montreal - The Montreal Canadiens announced yesterday that Guillaume Latendresse was traded to the Minnesota Wild and in return, Montreal got Benoit Pouliot.Pouliot, a Franco-Ontarian was a fourth overall pick in the 2005 entry draft...

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  6. NHL: How Should NHL Punish Dirty Hits?

    Montreal - Every year, hockey fans have the opportunity to watch one of the greatest, if not the greatest, sports on earth...

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  7. Canadiens: Is Edmonton a Great Place To Make A Trade?

    Montreal - I recently read that the Edmonton Oilers would be interested Sergei Kostitsyn and possibly his borther Andrei. In Montreal, we are still looking for a power forward and a big winger as inserts to the first two lines...

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  8. Habs: Purgatory Must End For SK74

    Montreal - Sitting on the 12th spot in NHL's Eastern Conference, head coach Jacques Martin must find a way to get consecutive wins if he hopes to be part of the spring waltz.Not much to say against goaltenders Halak and Price...

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  9. Habs: Mtl Vs Pho: Pre Game Analysis

    Like the Montreal Canadiens, the Coyotes only registered one win in their last three games. The Habs will try to generate more offence and get back on the winning path in Arizona tonight ...

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  10. Habs: Martin Juggling Bodies... Again!

    Montreal - The Canadiens are in desperate need to generate offence. The team will be on a short two-game road trip against the Phoenix Coyotes and former team mate Robert Lang...

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  11. Habs Vs Flames: Pre-Game Analysis

    Montreal - After dropping what could have been an easy two points game to the Tampa Bay Lightning, Head coach Jacques Martin and his troops are looking at getting back to the psychological ...

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  12. Andrei Kostitsyn Responds To Hostile Crowd

    Montreal - The home season opening game took place on Thursday for the Montreal Canadiens. Each year players were introduced to the crowed through the home announcer's voice. This year, the organization decided to do things differently...

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  13. Montreal Canadiens: The Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected

    As the regular 2008-2009 season has come to an end for the Habs, it is time to assess who stood out, laid down, and who rose to an unexpected performance. First, let’s take a look at the team’s performance throughout the season...

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  14. Montreal Canadiens' Destiny Is in Their Hands

    When the Montreal Canadiens entered the Bell Centre on Tuesday to match-up with the Atlanta Thrashers, they knew a loss would bring them closer to an exclusion for the spring waltz...

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  15. Guy Carbonneau: The Sprint to the End Has Started

    The Montreal Canadiens entered the Christmas holidays in good spirits. They know the best is yet to come when the second half of the season starts...

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  16. Montreal Canadiens: No Problem Against Top Teams

    DETROIT - It's difficult to explain the reasons why the Canadiens' players pay more attention to the coaches' instructions when they are playing NHL top teams...

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  17. Canadiens-Islanders: When Nothing Goes Right

    As the Montreal Canadiens was sailing towards a 3-2 victory with a little more than four minutes to do in the final frame, the unthinkable happened...

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  18. Montreal Canadiens: A Sense of Urgency

    Montreal - After a great start to the season, having gone 8-1-1 in their first 10 games, there seem to be a few problems arising in the last six games. Since November 7th, Montreal has been producing a measly 2-3-1 record...

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  19. HABS: The Missing Pieces

    Montreal - The Montreal Canadiens is off to a great start in its 100 years celebration season. The team is boasting a great 8-1-1 after 10 games. It is the only team showing only one loss since the beginning of the season...

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  20. CANADIENS: Minus-15 After 9 Holes

    Montreal – Before the 2007-2008 season, all hockey experts predicted that the Montreal Canadiens would be struggling and miss the post season celebrations...

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  21. EA Sports Gives a Wink to Montreal Canadiens Legends

    As the NHL authorities denied an outdoors game to the most glorious franchise of the history of the league in its 100th-anniversary season, a video game maker has decided to add a "dream team" ...

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  22. Habs: A new prospect "Streit" from Switzerland

    Montreal's General Manager Bob Gainey announced the signing to a 3-year deal with defense man Yannick Weber. Last year, Weber, 19, scored 20 goals and collected 35 assists with the Kitchener Rangers in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)...

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  23. Montreal Canadiens Have a Good Mix of Players

    While everybody is waiting for Mats Sundin to say something meaningful, the Habs have little to worry about. Bob Gainey did some great work in the offseason when he signed Alex Tanguay and big Georges Larque...

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  24. Mats Sundin or Robert Lang: Who Is the Answer for the Montreal Canadiens?

    With Mats Sundin still in limbo and unable to come up with a decision as to whether he'll play next season or not, Montreal Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey must move on to plan J. Or is it plan K? Or maybe in this case plan L would be appropriate...

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  25. NHL: Gary Bettman Declines Outdoor Game and Insults Greatest NHL Franchise

    The greatest franchise in NHL history was turned down to present an outdoor game against the New York Rangers to add to the team’s 100th anniversary celebrations...

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