You don’t have to be a professional hockey scout to realize a basic truth about the Montreal Canadiens:
They win on the strength (and lose on the weakness) of goaltending and special teams.
Against San Jose, Carey Price w
Grand larceny in the desert:
Outplayed for most of the game, Canadiens score three unanswered goals to score an unlikely 4-2 win over a fast, aggressive Phoenix team.
Canadiens' recently-anointed Number One goaltender is on the cover of The Hockey News Future Watch '08 issue.
The headline is: Peerless Price: The Games Hottest Prospect.
The Hockey News asked
Let's get one thing straight: Canadiens were beaten by the Sharks, not the zebras.
Referees Tim Peel and Chris Rooney were not great last night. They called some softies.
Call it a learning experience for Carey Price.
Tonight in San Jose, as Canadiens began a four-game western swing, the 20-year-old goaltender played like a rookie.
San Jose crowded Price.
I'll cook Sunday dinner for anyone who thought Canadiens would sweep Buffalo and New Jersey this weekend.
And I'll dine alone.
I'll buy a round for everyne who thought the
First in the Eastern Conference. Third, behind Detroit and Dallas, in the whole National F. Hockey League.
The Montre-F-al Canadiens.
And now that Canadiens have beaten him twice
Did anyone foresee this?
The consensus among so-called experts was Canadiens would finish out of the playoffs again this season.
They still might. But it would take quite
On Feb. 29, 2008, your amazin' Montreal Canadiens are in first place in the Northeast Division.
If they beat New Jersey at the Bell Centre on March 1, 2008
So far, so good.
Like Red Fisher, I was – and remain – skeptical about the trade that sent Cristobal Huet to Washington.
Fisher and I have as much