I listened to CKAC on the drive home last night and Martin Lemay reeled off some adjectives to describe the Canadiens performances.
In translated form: Disgusting, pathetic, ignoble, stomach-turning, disillusioning, shabby …
It was the first time Carey Price's parents have seen him play at the Bell Centre.
All they got was 40 minutes.
For the first time in his NHL career,
OK, take a deep breath and remember whom they were playing.
There's nothing quite like the Boston Bruins to snap your Montreal Canadiens out of their lethargy.
But it wasn't
Ryan O'Byrne played solid defence and picked up two assists as the Canadiens dumped the Bruins 4-2 at the TD Banknorth Garden.
After seeing a 3-0 lead frittered away
The good news is the Canadiens don't play Detroit eight times in a season.
The bad news is it doesn't seem to matter whom they play (it's the mighty
Mike Babcock could have worn a Concordia tie.
The Detroit coach didn't need his lucky McGill neckwear as the Red Wings ran a hockey clinic and stomped the
Bob's making a list.
He's checking it twice.
The fate of Canadiens
Hangs on Halak and Price.
Cristobal Huet, who described the Canadiens as "fragile between the ears" after the Nashville crash,
François Gagnon has a great story today on the Christmas present that is not to be.
As has been the case since 1999, the Canadiens will play road games
For 52 minutes, Guy Carbonneau was a genius.
Before the game, the coach's newly-minted line combinations had the denizens of the pressbox scratching our heads and speculating as to
Canadiens blew 3-0 and 4-1 leads and a wild, 70-shot 4-4 game went to a Shootout that Nashville won.
Guy Carbonneau told his players this was the low point