1. Canadiens-Penguins: David Brings Goliath To The Limit.

    Monday at the Bell centre, one of the most intense and entertaining game of these 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs was disputed between the Montreal Canadiens and the Pittsburgh Penguins ...

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  2. Canadiens-Penguins: Knocking at the Champions' Door

    Thrusday at the Bell centre, Chapter Four of the series between the Montreal Canadiens and the Pittsburgh Penguins was presented...

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  3. Penguins-Canadiens: Montreal Misses an Opportunity

    After splitting the first two games in Pittsburgh, the Montreal Canadiens had the Pittsburgh Penguins where they wanted before Game Three of this exciting series...

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  4. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: David vs. Goliath II

    The Montreal Canadiens and Jaroslav Halak had another fantastic game in store Wednesday as they defeated the Washington Capitals by the score of 2-1 to win this Eastern conference first round best of seven series by four games to three...

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  5. Washington Capitals-Montreal Canadiens: A Seventh Game Will Be Necessary

    Montreal Canadiens' goaltender Jaroslav Halak elevated his game to the likes of Patrick Roy, Jose Theodore and Ken Dryden Monday night at the Bell Centre as he made a total of 53 saves in a 4-1 victory over the Washington Capitals...

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  6. Canadiens-Capitals: Montreal Still Alive in 2010 NHL Playoffs Against Washington

    Before the start of the series between the Montreal Canadiens and the Washington Capitals, I said that I would be impressed should the Canadiens wins more than a single game. Now I have to admit that I am impressed by the team's resilience...

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  7. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens Trip Once More

    Wednesday, Game Four of the Eastern conference quarterfinal between the Montreal Canadiens and the Washington Capitals was contested at the Bell Centre...

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  8. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens Take Two Painful Losses

    The series between the Washington Capitals and the Montreal Canadiens is a very entertaining one thus far. After winning the first game of the series, the Canadiens saw the Capitals ...

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  9. 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Montreal Canadiens' Dramatic Overtime Victory

    The Montreal Canadiens could not ask for a better result during game one of the series opposing them to the Washington Capitals. Tomas Plekanec closed the deal in overtime with a precise shot that goaltender Jose Theodore could not handle...

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  10. Montreal Canadiens Are Qualified for the NHL Playoffs

    Yes, the Montreal Canadiens will be a part of the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs. The club barely managed to finish in eighth place and clinch the last available spot. The Canadiens earned a point during the last game of the regular season...

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  11. Jaroslav Halak: Two Consecutive Blanks Pulls Habs Up.

    The Montreal Canadiens have to thank Jaroslav Halak for their sixth place in the standings. The goaltender has registered two consecutive shutouts this week...

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  12. Montreal Canadiens in a Three-Way Tie For the No. 6 Seed in the East

    Before today's games, the Eastern Conference standings show a triple tie for the last three playoff spots. The Philadelphia Flyers, the Montreal Canadiens, and the Boston Bruins occupy ...

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  13. Montreal-Quebec Series: Quebec Wins the Decisive Match

    The series opposing Montreal and Quebec City came to a close yesterday with the presentation of the eighth and final match of the series. A match that was won by Quebec City by the score of 7-4...

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  14. NHL Penalties: Green Light For The Head Hunters.

    We can almost smell the playoffs. And what does this time of the year means? In the NHL, it usually means less penalties from the officials and tiny suspensions from the league for dangerous–and life threatning–assaults...

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  15. Marc Savard and Boston Bruins Blindsided: Ice Hockey's Newest Black Eye

    During a game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins, Matt Cooke blindsided Marc Savard and sneaked a violent shoulder check directly to the side of his head. Savard went to the ground, seriously hurt...

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  16. Montreal Canadiens Have an Important Weekend Ahead

    The Montreal Canadiens will play two games in two nights this weekend as the hunt for a playoff spot resumes in the NHL. Montreal needs points to stay in the hunt and that is why this weekend is important...

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  17. Canada Mourns with Joannie Rochette

    The Olympic dream of Canadian figure skater Joannie Rochette took a dramatic turn this weekend when her mother, Therese, passed away in a Vancouver hospital after suffering from heart-related problems...

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  18. Alexandre Bilodeau: Canadian Pride

    Alexandre Bilodeau received his Olympic Gold Medal Monday as the Men's Moguls medal ceremony was presented in front of an electrified crowd inside Vancouver's GM Place. Bilodeau became the first Canadian to win an Olympic Gold Medal on home ground...

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  19. Montreal-Quebec Series: Do We Have A Series?

    Game three of this eight-game challenge was disputed yesterday in Quebec city. Quebec was in a must-win situation as they could not afford being down 0-3...

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  20. Montreal Canadiens General Manager Bob Gainey Resigns

    The Montreal Canadiens General Manager Bob Gainey invited the press today to announce his departure. A sigh of relief could almost be heard among the team's followers as Gainey announced his intention to leave the organization...

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  21. Montreal-Quebec Series: Birthday Boy Hurts Quebec City

    The second game of this eight-game series has been played Sunday at the Verdun Auditorium and Montreal's Francis Leblanc celebrated his 31st birthday in great fashion as he netted two goals in this 2-1 victory...

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  22. Montreal-Quebec City: New Reality TV Show Takes Center Ice

    A new reality TV show is hitting the rink this winter in Canada. The legendary ice hockey rivalry between Montreal and Quebec City that once made headlines all over the province has been revived through a reality TV show...

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  23. Montreal Canadiens: More Whipsaw Performances

    After the Canadiens General Manager Bob Gainey settled the case of Georges Laraque, many observers said that an important part of the team's distractions went away with Georges. The team responded well immediately afterwards...

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  24. Brett Favre: Like a Warrior, Until the End

    Last Sunday, the NFL's NFC and AFC championships were played and once again the football fans had a great show.Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings were at the Superdome to face the New Orleans Saints for a spot in Super Bowl XLIV...

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  25. Junior Hockey Leaguer Patrice Cormier Suspended for the Season and Playoffs

    The Quebec Junior Hockey League has decided to severely punish Patrice Cormier of the Rouyn Noranda Huskies for his vicious hit on Mikael Tam of the Quebec Remparts...

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