Not bad for a new line.
Erik Cole, Alex Galchenyuk and Lars Eller beat Martin Biron to give your Montreal Canadiens their second win over the Rangers this week.
They were the Three Stars of the game, with Chucky a popular Number 1.
Carey Price made 17 saves for his second shutout of the season.
The Canadiens had 18 shots.
On Wall Street and Bay Street, they call this a market correction. When stocks have been trading too high for a while, prices take a tumble back down to
The Canadiens managed to blow leads of 2-0 and 3-1. Frans Nielsen tied the game with the only goal of the third period. Then, after the Canadiens had some chances
Pope Michel I? Hey, why not? Through the first third of this short NHL season, Michel Therrien definitely has the infallibility thing going. Seriously, name one wrong move Therrien has made
Quick! Get out of New York before the cops get to Madison Square Garden. Outplayed for 40 minutes in their second game in two nights, your Montreal Canadiens got a
It may be time to confront a question that the more jaded among us, the scars of last season still fresh, have avoided through 15 games: Are your Montreal
Three third-period goals – two within 18 seconds _ broke up a scoreless game and propelled your Montreal Canadiens to their 10th win of the season. Brandon Prust got
"Take a deep breath and hold it," the Living (but, sadly, no longer writing) Legend of Sports Journalism would advise his Montreal Star and Gazette readers. Fans were to
For the first time this season, Bell Centre fans go home happy on a Saturday night. Goals by Brendan Gallagher, David Desharnais and, in the third period, Tom Plekanec
Fearless prediction: On Saturday night, the Bell Centre will be louder than the LGBT/S&M/B&D/WTF Arena was on Thursday. Hockey is in trouble in south Florida ... despite the ludicrous suggestion