After a slow start that saw the Bruins take the game to the Canadiens, Montreal was able to bounce back and score the game’s only goal to grab a 3-1 series lead.
Patrice Brisebois, the only member of the team to have won Montreal’s
This is from The Gazette's Pat Hickey in Wednesday's newspaper:
Reinforcements on the way: Now that the Hamilton Bulldogs' season is over, Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey said
Canadiens' Carey Price makes one of his 27 saves with Bruins' David Krejci looking for a loose puck in in close during the second period on Tuesday night.
O'Byrne is in to make his playoff debut, Michael Ryder is a healthy
We won't know who Guy Carbonneau will play tonight until 7 p.m. Carbo says any changes are a game-time decision. But there will be no Francis Bouillon on
The Canadiens will look to get back on track in Game 4 on Tuesday night after Sunday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Bruins.
Despite holding a 2-1 series lead,
Rene Rancourt: I love this guy
BOSTON – There. I've said it. Watch the start of Tuesday's Canadiens-Bruins game on CBC, at least until the end of the
Propelled by strong performances by Scott Gomez, Jaromir Jagr, Evengi Malkin, and Sidney Crosby, mOOks has seized sole possession of first place in the Habs Inside/Out playoff pool.
BOSTON – The buzzword in the Canadiens family last night was "regroup," as in what the club must do in order to put the brakes on the momentum
From Boston, The Gazette and Habs Inside/Out's Pat Hickey and Dave Stubbs, along with Jim Murphy of NHL.com and the Fast Hockey Radio Show, share their round-table thoughts