Lucky to salvage a point

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 … and the Canadiens knew it.

“We didn’t show up in the first two pe

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Messrs. October

"We gonna party, we gonna dance and we gonna get crazy. No doubt, man."

About last night …

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

Canadiens win a nailbiter, 4-3 in a shootout

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.
And what

Five for fighting … and a blog misconduct

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.

I don't

About last night …

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

Undefeated in Carolina this season

Sheldon who?

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!!!!

Mark

Midweek musings

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

My guy

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

At last, a blowout

Despite being outshot 32-20, your Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins 6-1.
And every goal – four at even strength, two on the PP – was a beaut!