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About last night …

Mission accomplished … for now. Your Montreal Canadiens became the first team in this spring’s playoffs to hold service through two home-ice games. They could be joined by the Rangers and Anaheim on Saturday. But for now, the Canadiens are […]

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Max Pacioretty

Habs’ Pacioretty and Sens’ Stone will both be game-time decisions; Parenteau definitely out

The Canadiens held an optional morning skate Friday in Brossard before Game 2 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Centre (7

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Senators claim Habs’ Subban threatened Stone before slashing him; Pacioretty’s status uncertain for Game 2

CHRISTOPHER CURTIS MONTREAL GAZETTE

The Senators claim P.K. Subban explicitly threatened Ottawa forward Mark Stone before slashing him midway through Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarter-final series Wednesday night

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No further discipline for Canadiens’ Subban: report

Pierre LeBrun reported on Thursday morning that Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban won't face any further discipline from the NHL after receiving a major penalty and a game misconduct for

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Just a suggestion: Maybe Dave Cameron should leave discipline to the league ands focus on who his goaltender will be for Game 2. Ottawa's head coach made some injudicious remarks after

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Canadiens’ Max Pacioretty won’t play against Senators in Game 1

CHRISTOPHER CURTIS MONTREAL GAZETTE

The Canadiens will have to make due without their leading scorer when they face the Ottawa Senators in the opening game of the playoffs

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Habs’ Pacioretty practises, but not expected to play in Game 1

The Canadiens practised Tuesday morning in Brossard as they prepare for Game 1 of their first-round playoff series with the Ottawa Senators Wednesday night at the Bell Centre

If not Habs' fans' Public Enemy No. 1 – goalie Andrew Hammond might have that title locked up – this fellow is No. 2: Ottawa Senators sniper Mark Stone.

Practice begins for intriguing Habs vs Senators first-round playoff series

If not Habs' fans' Public Enemy No. 1 – goalie Andrew Hammond might have that title locked up – this fellow is No. 2: Ottawa Senators sniper Mark

Canadiens' Alex Galchenyuk beats Toronto goalie Jonathan Bernier in the shootout with Saturday's game-winning goal./Craig Abel, NHLI via Getty Images

Habs, Senators set to renew their young playoff hostilities

Canadiens' Alex Galchenyuk beats Toronto goalie Jonathan Bernier Saturday night with the game-winning goal in a shootout. Craig Abel/NHLI via Getty ImagesAFTERNOON UPDATE: Canadiens sign Mark

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About last night …

Would it be too pretentious to begin with a T.S. Eliot quote? No, not "April is the cruellest month." With the playoffs looming, your Montreal Canadiens have had a good