And it wasn’t that close.
The Canadiens tried to play run-and-gun with a team of sharpshooters.
It didn’t work.
"Our defensive zone coverage was pretty bad," said Christopher Higgins, the Canadiens’
The Senators are at the Bell Centre tomorrow, and if Guy Carbonneau had his druthers he'd probably start the lineup that beat Boston 7-4 last night ... with
I love my Sundays, but I wish it were Monday.
That's how anxious I am to see the Canadiens play the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Centre.
Last night's 7-4
Refusing to be intimidated in their own building, the Canadiens stood up to Boston thuggery and skated to a 52-shot 7-4 win.
The only cloud in an otherwise bright
Aberration or harbinger?
We'll find out tonight whether the no-show in Buffalo was a mere bump in the Canadiens' road toward the playoffs or a sign of things
The Buffalo Sabres were desperate for a win and played like it.
The Canadiens confronted desperation with disinterest, and the result was a 4-1 pasting.
A forgettable game, best consigned
Me: Where is the Canadiens vaunted depth if they have to play Tom Kostopoulos on the top line?
Pat Hickey: I'm more of a glass half-full guy. How many
This just in:
The lines at practice this morning:
First line: Higgins, Koivu, Kostopoulos
Second line: Plekanek, Kovalev, Kostitsyn
Third line: Begin, Smolinski, Ryder
Never in doubt, right?
Carey Price made 37 saves.
Bryan McCabe, the $7-million defenceman, made a lazy, crap pass in OT and Mike Komisarek – who makes $5 million less
Tough loss – but one from which the Canadiens can derive solace.
Ottawa is a terrific team, a bona-fide Stanley Cup contender.
The Canadiens will not win the Stanley