1. Senators-Canadiens: Montreal Catching Up to Ottawa

    The Montreal Canadiens hosted the Ottawa Senators Tuesday night. The two teams had met three times already this season, and the Habs had lost all three...

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  2. Canadiens-Rangers: Hits Abound...and NHL Takes Notice

    During a Flyers-Senators game last September Flyers rookie Steve Downie hit Senator Dean McAmmond, who was immediately (and amidst great commotion) transported to the hospital...

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  3. Canadiens-Rangers: Habs Lose After Blowing 3-0 Lead

    It was a special day for Andrei Kostitsyn and Mathieu Dandenault as they were celebrating their respectively 23rd and 32nd birthdays, but they just could not power the Montreal Canadiens past the New York Rangers for a Sunday afternoon game...

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  4. Canadiens-Islanders: Kovalev and Streit Lift Habs Past Dipietro, 3-1

    After losing their last three games, respectively against Boston, Ottawa and LA; the NY Islanders came to Montreal Saturday afternoon to face Cristobal Huet and the Habs...

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  5. Canadiens: Cristobal Huet Named NHL's Third Star of the Month

    The Montreal Canadiens' success can be attributed to several factors, such as the rebirth of Alex Kovalev, their strong defensive line, or the participation of Carbonneau's four lines during big games...

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  6. Capitals-Canadiens: Alexander Ovechkin Gets His Revenge

    The wind turned in favor of the Capitals when Alexander Ovechkin took charge to execute a literal domination of the Canadiens at home Tuesday night...

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  7. Montreal-Washington: Canadiens Top Capitals 4-0

    If anyone regretted Alexei Kovalev missing the All-Star Game, they could enjoy another sort of "Canadiens' star game" yesterday at the Bell center, against the Washington Capitals...

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  8. Montreal/New Jersey: Finally!

    After a very convincing win over the Boston Bruins tuesday, the Montreal Canadiens came in New Jersey, looking forward to turn things around, with four points over four before the All-Star break...

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  9. Canadiens-Bruins: Habs Dominate Again

    When it comes time to play against longtime rivals the Boston Bruins, the Montreal Canadiens seem to find more than enough motivation to come up big...

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  10. Stand by Your Habs: Montreal Canadiens Fans Remain Hopeful

    Despite some really doubtful plays the day before, the Montreal Canadiens could count on a nearly full Bell Center for their open training today. A surprise? Not quite so...

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  11. Montreal Canadiens: So Far, So Good?

    Home games do not mean the same thing for everyone. For some, it means relief; for others, it means bad news! Indeed, the Montreal Canadiens are still looking for a way to win on a regular basis at the very famous Bell Center...

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