Sitting in the press room after the game, looking over the stat sheet and waiting for Guy Carbonneau, a few of the beat guys were moaning about how boring it would be to cover the New Jersey Devils.
"If I had to watch that team
Zach Parise's 15th goal of the season was scored on a 4-on-3 power play in overtime.
Outshot 13-7 in the first period and trailing 1-0, the Devils dominated the
A statement game by your Montreal Canadiens.
The statement, loud, clear and totally unambiguous: We are for real.
My favourite part of the statement game was the statement period. Leading
Devils goalie Martin Brodeur is crowded by Canadiens' Christopher Higgins and Saku Koivu last night.
John Kenney, Gazette
Include New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur on
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Canadiens defenceman Francis Bouillon flattens Devils' Travis Zajac during the first period on Tuesday night. John Kenney, The Gazette
Just Martin Brodeur.
What the heck, Canadiens have beaten him three times in a row – the latest in a battle for first place in the Eastern Conference.
I'll cook Sunday dinner for anyone who thought Canadiens would sweep Buffalo and New Jersey this weekend.
And I'll dine alone.
I'll buy a round for everyne who thought the
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Canadiens' Andrei Kostitsyn scores the game-winning goal on Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, the puck on his wraparound effort tucked just inside
First in the Eastern Conference. Third, behind Detroit and Dallas, in the whole National F. Hockey League.
The Montre-F-al Canadiens.
And now that Canadiens have beaten him twice
Martin Brodeur beaten for three third-period goals.
Roger Federer loses in straight sets.
I don't know if the falcon can hear the falconer, but surely the Second Coming is at