Your Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Blackhawks played two superb regular-season games, both of which featured end-to-end hockey played at breakneck speed.
Both games went to overtime.
The Canadiens won 2-1 on Andrei Markov’s OT goal at the Bell Centre Jan. 11.
Patrick Sharp secured a come-from-behind 3-2 win for Chicago when he beat Peter Budaj with the ugliest goal of the game Wednesday night at the United Center.
And now – after 122:11 of superb, eye-pleasing hockey – these teams won’t meet again – unless they’re Stanley Cup finalists.
Which could happen.
But probably won’t.
Hockey Inside/Out and Vidéotron are offering Habs fans a chance to win one of five seats to a playoff-edition taping of the HI/O Show on April 16 when special guest
Canadiens coach Michel Therrien continued with his strategy to give his players some rest before the playoffs start next week by having only an optional morning skate in
The Canadiens will be in Chicago Wednesday night to play the Blackhawks (7:30 p.m., TSN, RDS, TSN Radio 690) but some key players won't be making the trip. After
After enjoying a day off Sunday, the Canadiens were back on the ice Monday morning in Brossard for a practice as they prepare for the final week of
The Canadiens moved closer to clinching home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs with Saturday's 5-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings at the Bell Centre. Coupled
If Monday's provincial election is as wack-doodle bizarro as your Montreal Canadiens' most recent two wins, Quebec is going to end up governed by a coalition of Marxist-Leninists,
(Photo: Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press) Victory looked like a sure thing for the Canadiens in the third period on Saturday with a three-goal lead over the Detroit Red Wings. But
Coach Michel Therrien says the Canadiens are ready for the playoffs. “We showed a lot of character to come back after giving up three goals and as a coach
Some free advice for your Montreal Canadiens: Don't give Detroit 40-plus shots on goal Saturday night at the Bell Centre. Carey Price is a great goaltender. But Detroit is in a