On Mat Night the Canadiens were vandalized by the doormats of the NHL.
It was quite a trick to play that poorly and salvage a point, but the 3-2 loss to Atlanta was no treat for the Bell Centre crowd or fans watching the game on RDS or TSN.<
The Canadiens lose 3-2 to the Atlanta Thrashers in a shootout, with Ilya Kovalchuk beating Carey Price for the deciding goal.
It shouldn't have come down to that ...
"We gonna party, we gonna dance and we gonna get crazy. No doubt, man."
It was the kind of game that fosters self-belief and builds character.
Playing on the road for the second time in two nights, the Canadiens built a 3-0
Pittsburgh roared back from a 3-0 deficit as Ryan Whitney scored in the desperate dying minutes to send the game into overtime and, ultimately, a shootout.
Hey, will everyone stop bickering, svp?
The comments section is turning into a bloody daycare, with a bunch of cranky infants banging their spoons on the table.
Some people – perhaps including Guy Carbonneau – will be lamenting the third-period letdown that allowed Carolina to climb back into the game.
Hey, the players are human
The Canadiens score five power-play goals en route to a 7-4 win over the Hurricanes.
Four teams in the NHL have fewer PP goals ON THE SEASON!!!!
The latest Sports Illustrated NHL power rankings place the Canadiens 16th – four spots behind the Bruins.
I guess it was compiled before the Monday night
I hate to go on and on about defencemen who impress me (for all the good it did Josh Gorges).
Suffice it to say that the best central European