1. Canadiens-Bruins: Habs Drop Gloves, Boston

    What had been a free-flowing game for 40 minutes got ugly in the third period, as the gloves dropped and the Montreal Canadiens scored three goals to defeat the Boston Bruins 7-4...

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  2. Canadiens Lineup: Guy Carbonneau Demotes Michael Ryder

    Montreal Canadiens coach Guy Carbonneau has run out of patience with Michael Ryder.Tom Kostopoulus will find himself on the right wing with Saku Koivu and Chris Higgins when the Habs face the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night...

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  3. Canadiens-Maple Leafs: Price, Komisarek Help Habs Snap Skid

    Carey Price stopped 37 of 40 shots and Mike Komisarek scored on a breakaway 35 seconds into overtime to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night...

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  4. Playoff hockey in November: Sens 3 Canadiens 1

    If you have a 1-0 nothing lead over the top team in the league after two periods, you better protect it. The Montreal Canadiens didn’t and fell victim to Daniel Alfredsson and the Ottawa Senators 3-1 Saturday afternoon...

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  5. "Cool" goalie Price helps Canadiens ice Bruins

    Well it was another slow start by the Montreal Canadiens tonight. Good news for them they were up against their struggling division rivals the Boston Bruins...

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  6. Montreal Canadiens: What Gives with Michael Ryder?

    Most NHL forwards post gaudy offensive numbers when they're playing for new contracts.Coincidence?I think not.So far, though, the Montreal Canadiens’ Michael Ryder looks to be the exception to the rule...

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  7. Huet proves Carbonneau's confidence with 2-0 victory over Sabres

    It’s a franchise tradition. A member of the Montreal Canadiens; whether a 4th liner or superstar player can go from hero to goat to hero in the span of a few games...

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  8. Habs show up late against the Leafs and go down 3-2

    If anyone saw my earlier game preview today, I mentioned what the Montreal Canadiens needed to win tonight over their rival Toronto Maple Leafs; play a full 60 minutes and contain Sundin. Well my fellow Habs fans those elements didn't happen...

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  9. Habs vs. Leafs Round Two

    ‘Hello Canada...” – the staple introduction of HOF broadcaster Foster Hewitt who brought thousands of Canadians (and even border city Americans) to their radios on a Saturday night back in the Original Six era of the NHL...

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  10. Bottom Line: What the Financials Say About the Maple Leafs

    "It's the plus-and-plus if you play your minuses correctly."So said Mrs. Carlson, who owned the fledgling rock station on CBS's late 70s comedy WKRP in Cincinnati. And so it is for the Toronto Maple Leafs...

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