1. Montreal Canadiens: Confident Carey Price Means Wins For Montreal

    In Thursday night's shootout win against the Boston Bruins, we saw the very best of what Carey Price is capable of doing...

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  2. Montreal Canadiens Need Depth: Sergei Kostitsyn Might Be the Answer

    After two consecutive losses against the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Chicago Blackhawks, it has become painstakingly clear that the Montreal Canadiens do not have enough offensive depth to compete with the NHL's top-flight teams...

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  3. Jacques Martin Has To Give Andrei Kostitsyn a Fair Shot

    Andrei Kostitsyn has been placed in a bad situation by his coach and by the media that covers his team. His coach has demoted him to the fourth line and benches him with regularity...

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  4. Is Bob Gainey Showcasing Jaroslav Halak?

    For the past four games, the Montreal Canadiens have played, all wins, Jaroslav Halak has been in net and has provided some of the most stellar goaltending that has been seen in Montreal since well...

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  5. Montreal Canadiens Pass the Test in Win Against the New York Rangers

    It's always a daunting task when a team faces one of the hottest squads in the league, but this was an even greater challenge for a Canadiens team that has been described as fragile in its first nine games...

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  6. Why Jaroslav Halak Needs To Be in Net Against the New York Islanders

    The Montreal Canadien's early season five-game skid finally came to an end on Tuesday night in a hard-fought shootout win against the Atlanta Thrashers...

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  7. Montreal Mania: No Time To Panic For Canadiens.

    In the midst of a five-game losing streak, many fans and analysts in Montreal have already hit the ''panic'' button. With five straight losses, any fan base should be worried about their team...

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  8. Montreal Canadiens: Why Andrei Kostitsyn Needs to Be Traded

    The honeymoon is over. Two seasons removed from a magical 2007-2008 campaign, Andrei Kostitsyn seems like he is no longer interested in playing hockey for the Montreal Canadiens...

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  9. San Jose Sharks Remain Best in the West

    For the past eight or so seasons, the Detroit Red Wings have largely been the best team in the Western Conference, if not the entire NHL...

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  10. Montreal Canadiens Showing Promise in Early Action

    In what was one of their finest games to date, and after playing a game they actually deserved to win, the Montreal Canadiens came up short in their showdown with the Calgary Flames on Tuesday...

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  11. Montreal Canadiens Rally To Overtime Win in Toronto

    The Montreal Canadiens opened their season in Toronto tonight, and a summer that was filled with upheaval and controversy is finally over...

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  12. Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs: A New Era For the Rivalry

    Today, the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs kicked off a season that will mark a new era for the storied rivalry between both clubs. Both teams have undergone major changes, but not in the same way...

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  13. Sergei Kostitsyn: Victim Of The Montreal Canadien's Size Issue

    Yesterday, the Montreal Canadiens sent Sergei Kostitsyn down to the Hamilton Bulldogs, which came to the surprise of many people...

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  14. Ottawa Senators: No Dany Heatley, No Problem

    In an attempt to rid his team of any distraction going into 2009-10, Bryan Murray traded away Dany Heatley in what appeared to be deal made for the sake of making a deal...

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  15. The Top Five Questions Facing The Montreal Canadiens This Season

    Going into the new season, few NHL clubs are shrouded in uncertainty more than the Montreal Canadiens. With ten players leaving the club, including long-time captain Saku Koivu, the Habs' identity has been shaken up...

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  16. Dany Heatley to the San Jose Sharks: Highway Robbery

    He's finally here. After months of speculation, the San Jose Sharks have finally acquired Dany Heatley. While that would be enough to get any Sharks fan excited, what is even more exciting is how little it took to bring the Canadian sniper to teal town...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about 5 years ago 488 reads 3 comments

  17. Lapierre-Latendresse: Montreal Has a Dynamic Duo for Years To Come

    Going into their 101st year of existence, the Canadiens have lost quite a bit of height over the off-season. However, they still possess one of the deepest forward cores in the Eastern Conference...

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  18. New York Islanders: What Could Have Been?

    These days, it seems that to be great, you have to be awful first. If you look at some of the NHL's best young rising teams, those same teams might have been the worst in the league not too long ago...

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  19. Carey Price Should Learn from Marc-Andre Fleury

    A few years ago, an aspiring young netminder had been dominating at the junior and minor pro levels, and, being a top-five draft pick—rare for a goalie—many had him pegged as one of the league's next great puck-stoppers...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about 5 years ago 919 reads 2 comments

  20. Montreal Canadiens: Kostitsyn Brothers Have a Lot to Prove

    At the beginning of 2007-08, no one expected Andrei and Sergei Kostitsyn to be such major contributors to the Montreal Canadiens' hope at a playoff run...

    Felix Sicard Written by Felix Sicard about 5 years ago 755 reads 7 comments

  21. Why Andrei Markov Should Be The Next Captain Of The Montreal Canadiens

    When the Montreal Canadiens take to the ice this season, someone other than Saku Koivu will be wearing the "C" for the first time in nine seasons. It will be an unusual sight for fans, as Koivu has been the face of the franchise throughout his captaincy..

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  22. Dany Heatley to San Jose: Dispelling the Rumors

    Last Friday, Edmonton Oiler's GM Steve Tambellini announced that he would no longer be looking to acquire the services of Dany Heatley. This announcement shut the door on what has been one of the messiest stories of the offseason...

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  23. For Tomas Plekanec, Patience Is Key

    After a disappointing campaign in 2008-09, Tomas Plekanec appears to have become the new whipping boy of the Montreal fan base. Everyone seems to want him out, simply based on the fact that he underperformed this season...

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  24. Martin Biron With The Islanders: Solid Move

    When the New York Islanders signed Martin Biron to a one year, 1.4 million dollar contract today, many people were left scratching their heads, while many were outraged...

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  25. Curtis Sanford In, Halak Out?

    After today's signing of Curtis Sanford by Bob Gainey, speculation has arisen all over the web that this means that Jaroslav Halak is on his way out of La Belle Province...

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