A few Canadiens and both head coaches react to the Bruins’ stunning 5-1 victory after Game 5 at the Bell Centre:
• Guy Carbonn
It was not a pretty sight for Habs fans on Thursday night at the Bell Centre as the Bruins scored four third-period goals to thump the Canadiens 5-1
Bruins' David Krejci celebrates a goal by teammate Phil Kessel during the second period on Thursday night at the Bell Centre. Pierre Obendrauf, The Gazette
Forwards Kyle Chipchura, Matt D'Agostini and Brock Trotter, defencemen Mathieu Carle and Pavel Valentenko and goalie Yann Danis have been recalled by the Canadiens from the Hamilton Bulldogs.
Here's a piece by the Canadian Press about the CBC's desire to broadcast more Canadiens games next season in connection with the team's 100th anniversary celebrations.
"Next season's a
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Canadiens' Mark Streit is day-to-day with a hip injury and will yield his place in the lineup tonight to Michael Ryder, who
Holding a 3-1 lead, the Canadiens will look to wrap up their first-round playoff series against the Boston Bruins tonight at the Bell Centre.
The Habs had a
With Anaheim’s victory last night, the standings were turned upside down in the Habs Inside/Out playoff pool. Taxman, mrstewart61, and m00ks all dropped considerably in the standings while
From The Gazette's Herb Zurkowsky:
Leading 3-1 in their quarterfinal playoff series against Boston, and seemingly in the driver’s seat heading into Thursday’s fifth game at the Bell Centre,
From Herb Zurkowsky down at the Bell Centre.
Canadiens captain Saku Koivu did, indeed, go for x-rays yesterday on the broken bone in his foot.
Although Montreal coach Guy