OMG, why use that photo to illustrate some reflections on the Northeast-leading Canadiens’ latest win?
Quick, pass some bleach for the eyes of Habs fans!
Well, Jacques Martin was at the Bell Centre to watch his former team beat the Jets.
And Perry Pearn – who played Sancho Panza to Martin’s Don Quixote (and Tessio to Pierre Gauthier’s Don Corleone) – has fetched up behind the Winnipeg bench.
So there was a bit of an old-timey atmosphere at the Bell Centre, what with the Ghosts of Last-Place Past in the house.
It makes me nervous when the general manager of the Montreal Canadiens is thinking the same way as I about his team. At 4 p.m. on trade deadline day,
Must we discuss the hockey game that was played at the Bell Centre Monday night? Nah. What's to discuss? The Canadiens have OWNED Carolina this season. The 4-1 win completed a sweep
As is customary after wins this season, your Montreal Canadiens gathered at centre ice to salute their Bell Centre fans after the final horn sounded. The players raised their
Best line from Twitter: Sixty per cent of women having sex in Montreal Wednesday night will accidentally scream Brendan Gallagher's name. The other 40 per cent will do it on
Help wanted: Sniper Experience at making red lights go on essential. CV should include goal totals, shooting percentage and some indication of willingness to go into dirty areas. Apply to Marc
Thanks to the great GG11, of the late and lamented Four Habs Fans website, for her Willy Wonka-themed Photoshop of Michel Therrien and the Canadiens diminutive forwards. Your Montreal
This time around, the coach didn't call out P.K. by name. In his postgame remarks, Michel Therrien praised Subban for his effort in a third period dominated by the
Every now and then, the old P.K. comes out to play. And this is not an unalloyed blessing. Look, let's agree the greatest thing the general managers' meeting can accomplish
OK, Marc Bergevin isn't Irish. Moreover, there is a rapidly accumulating body of evidence to suggest the Canadiens general manager is good, rather than lucky. But check the calendar: It's