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About last night …

Two playoff games on the road in Tampa.
Two wins for your Montreal Canadiens.
The second W, on Friday night, was so convincing the guys on L’Antichambre described it as a “perfect game” for the Canadiens.
Coming home to what will be a loud, rockin’ Bell Centre on Sunday night, the Canadiens are just where they want to be in this Eastern Conference quarter-final:
They’ve got the Lightning by the bolts.

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No lineup changes for Habs in Game 2

The Canadiens hit the ice in Tampa just before 11:30 a.m. for an optional morning skate as they prepared to face the Lightning in Game 2 of their playoff series

Habs’ Weise lives dream with OT goal in Game 1

When Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin acquired forward Dale Weise from the Vancouver Canucks in February in exchange for defenceman Raphael Diaz, the happiest man in Canada might have

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About last night …

Let's be honest. Were it not for the heroics of Carey Price, your Montreal Canadiens would not be in the playoffs. But as we say in this red-hot – and,

Prust will be in Habs lineup for Game 1

The Canadiens held an optional morning skate in Tampa as they prepared to face the Lightning Wednesday night in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series (7 p.m.,

Prust will be game-time decision for Habs in Tampa (with practice video)

The Canadiens practised Tuesday morning in Brossard before boarding a flight to Tampa for Game 1 of their first-round playoff series against the Lightning on Wednesday night (7

Eller returns as Habs prepare to face Lightning

The Canadiens hit the ice Monday morning in Brossard to begin preparations for their first-round playoff series against the Lightning, which will start Wednesday night in Tampa (7

Habs will open playoff series Wednesday night in Tampa

The Canadiens will open their first-round playoff series against the Lightning on the road Wednesday night in Tampa Bay. The Lightning clinched home-ice advantage with a 1-0 shootout win

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About last night …

You can make an arguable case that Brian Gionta scored the most important goal of your Montreal Canadiens season. The proof will be in the postseason pudding. Imagine the scenario

Home-ice advantage slipping away from Habs

The Canadiens held an optional morning skate in Brossard ahead of Saturday night's final regular-season game against the New York Rangers at the Bell Centre (7 p.m., CBC,