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