A record Habs would rather not equal

The sixth consecutive home loss suffered by the Canadiens tonight – for those looking for the bright spot, two of them were by shootout – brings the team to within one of tying the club record. Here is how the Habs lost seven straight in 2000:

Oct. 28, 2-1 to N.Y. Islanders
Nov. 1, 4-2 to Detroit
Nov. 4, 5-2 to N.Y. Rangers
Nov. 14, 1-0 to Tampa Bay
Nov. 18, 6-1 to Toronto
Nov. 21, 4-1 to Florida
Nov. 25, 5-2 to Buffalo

6 Comments

  1. arcosenate says:

    hey, we’ve come a long way, we lose by much closer scores now…

  2. Gilles Poisson says:

    Another bright spot – they were all against superior teams. Thank you.

  3. Chorske says:

    LOL, by deifinition, isn’t ANY team that beats us actually SUPERIOR to us?

    Or is this what you were driving at? I’ve been correcting exams and between my students and listening to the game on internet radio, my brain is FRIED.

  4. Mike says:

    FOR THE LOVE OF G-D. PLEASE!!!

    Michael Ryder – Saku Koivu – Alex Kovalev
    Andrei Kostitsyn – Tomas Plekanec – Christopher Higgins
    Guillaume Latendresse – Kyle Chipchura – Mathieu Dandenault
    Mark Streit (if we can’t have anyone else) – Maxim Lapierre – Tom Kostopoulos

    Andrei Markov – Mike Komisarek
    Roman Hamrlik – Ryan O’Byrne
    Francis Bouillon – Patrice Brisebois (Georges)

  5. Gilles Poisson says:

    I dont mean to single you out guy, it’s really a rhetorical question, but do you really believe the line combinations are the problem?

  6. Mike says:

    no, there are so many fundament aspects wrong with the team. but i believe the line pairings right now are sending a horrible message to the team, rather then saying, “were going to score and win games” there saying “Were gonna play defenser and pray that you make a mistake so that we try and capatilize”


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