Alex Kovalev had a request for the horde of cameras, microphones and notebooks surounding him in the winning dressing room.
"Don’t ask me about Ovechkin," said the Russian sniper, whose 22nd goal capped a 4-0 Canadiens win.
Starting Tuesday night against the Capitals, Canadiens will play five of their next six games on home ice.
For most teams, that would be an advantage. But the Canadiens
... when there's no Canadiens' hockey.
After that win in New Jersey, don't you wish Ottawa were at the Bell Centre tonight, just so we could see whether this
Martin Brodeur beaten for three third-period goals.
Roger Federer loses in straight sets.
I don't know if the falcon can hear the falconer, but surely the Second Coming is at
Why not? It's only 2008.
Trailing 3-1 against Martin Brodeur in New Jersey, the Canadiens outshoot the Devils20-3 and get third period goals from Bryan Smolinski (his second
Unsung hero of that ridiculous game: Cristobal Huet.
Don't laugh. If he doesn't make a huge save late in the first period, it's 3-2, Bruins have momentum heading
OK, it's one thing to own the Bruins.
But to bend them over a log out in the woods where no one can hear them scream?
Not pretty ... especially
Christopher Higgins had a point (as he usually does) when he said the loss wasn't "a boo-worthy game."
But the dissatisfied fans who serenaded their heroes off the ice
"You have to give them credit, they played a good road hockey game," said birthday boy Mike Komisarek after Pittsburgh hung a 2-0 shutout on the Canadiens.