Midweek musings

The latest Sports Illustrated NHL power rankings place the Canadiens 16th – four spots behind the Bruins.
I guess it was compiled bef

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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!

Habs I/O Fan Summit Pics

Naila Jinnah, my friend, sometime colleague and frequent Habs Inside/out poster, took great pictures of all the festivities yesterday.
Check them out here.
Naila says everyone is

About last night …

I hate to say I told you so ... but I told you so.
EEEEE-mail has been singing the praises of Roman Hamrlik since the season began.



Canadiens win by two goals!!

And finally this season, a few bounces go their way.

The winner, for instance: a Roman Hamrlik shot that bounced off the glass behind Buffalo

Down … but it looks like up to me

A glance at the standings this morning reveals that hockey's proudest franchise is looking up at the other four teams in the Northeast Division.
But while some excitable

A 4-3 heartbreaker

The Canadiens played their hearts out.
They came back from a 1-0 and 3-1 deficits to tie the game with less than seven minutes left.
Then Tom Kostopoulos,

Carving Kovy a new one on national (okay, Toronto) TV

The TSN guys were all over Alex Kovalev for second-guessing Guy Carbonneau's late-game coaching against the Panthers.
"Mad Mike" Milbury (anyone else notice how difficult it's becoming to

Souray out

The former Canadiens defenceman suffered a separated shoulder in a fight on the weekend.

In addition to his surgically repaired wrist, Souray has a history of shoulder problems.