Video: Habs fall 5-2 to Penguins

The Canadiens saw their three-game winning streak end at the Bell Centre tonight, the Habs falling 5-2 to the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins.

It was a very quiet Habs dressing room postgame, only captain Brian Gionta, defenceman Hal Gill and forward David Desharnais in place to speak to the media.



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  2. olematelot says:

    Same old, same old. Got anything new to say troll

  3. nunacanadien says:

    Or more like pissing the bully off, unless you have size, speed, or some police enforcement to ensure you don’t get the crap beaten outta ya, cause the Habs are nothing but small skinny has beens mixed in with smart alec young upstarts like Price and Subban, it’s bad enough to have one Sean Avery, but when your team is nothing but full of nothing but a bunch of wannabee Avery’s it’s a nightmare of injuries etc.  This explains the habs.  We sign players who think they are big, have skill, and the mouth with it.  All you have to do is watch Gomez and Gionta basically get the crap beaten outa them time after time.

  4. G-Man says:

    Did not see the Fleury “crossed-arm” pose. Good for him if he did it. Now, when the goalie at the other end of the rink beats the Habs, we should expect to see it. Give us something unimportant to talk about.

  5. HABZ24 says:

    fleury mocked price by doing the cross armed pose after he won. pouliot goes from  hero to zero in one game, three penaltys, come on smarten up ding dong. ya ya back to backers, travelled,got in late, tired,whatever, lost two pts. man is that desharnes dude ever tiny, smaller then gionta and cammy. wont get past philly with those  lil guys. cant we draft guys with size and talent. matt leblanc another tiny dude. love the new allstar format, itd be great if they did what we did as kids, wait til gametime, put all the sticks in a pile, shuffle them, throw one this way one that way. thats ur team. no captains needed.luv to see sid and ovy on the same team.luv to see the sedins against each other.

  6. F Bomb says:

    Did you even watch the game?… Had nothing to do with motivation. They got beat plain and simple. 4 PP goals against and couldn’t generate the timely goals.

  7. Harani says:

    Check out this Leafs themed music video titled “Love To Hear The Boos” 

    Comments section is hilarious! 

  8. Timo says:

    What a spineless team. I think even Rangers had never had more overpaid useless forwards than this bunch. Bobo and Gauthier – after 7 years of rebuilding we have a team that may or may not make playoffs. That was some plan. Seriously, could anybody on this forum do a worse job as a GM than Gainey and Gauthier?

  9. Ian Cobb says:

    Timo! your slipping tonight. But so did the Habs. We went to this one, Price saved our bacon for two periods, and Pouliot broke every egg in the house!

  10. samTHEman says:

    Sometimes I wonder why you even post here. Are you a fan of this team or not?

  11. LA Loyalist says:

    Yeah, and they scammed us for their 2nd most useless forward (next to Avery). The walk of shame, that one.

    The thing I can’t get my head around is how unbalanced this team is. I have no problem with small players, but we have too many. We had Mats Naslund, who was small and very skilled, but we also had Bobby Smith.  You had Henri Richard, who was small. But we had John Ferguson, no one would dare screw with us.

    I’m all for giving Desharnais a big chance if his skill is there, but as you say any poster here would have the brains to get a big nasty winger to work with him.

    I don’t understand it. I swear to you I don’t understand how this team was constructed and I’ve been trying since the Night of The Long Knives.


  12. samTHEman says:

    What’s with this rumour about Cammy demanding to be traded outta Montreal? I’d like to know where it originated from. Some say Hockeybuzz, and then I hear Mix 96, and then CHOM…anyone know the real deal about this rumour?

    What’s interesting is I wouldn’t be surprised. Cammy has seemed unhappy since the the start of the season, barely able to put up a smile even after scoring each of his 12 goals. That’s not at all like him. And am I the only one who finds it extremly fishy to leave in the middle of a game because of a flu? If you’re not ready to start the game because of a flu bug, then you don’t dress. Symptoms don’t increase as fast as the time elapsed in between 2 periods enough to make you unable to skate. Makes absolutely no sense. And 4 days later and he’s still not ready to play? Hey maybe I’m wrong and he has a pretty nasty virus but then again how many players have wanted out of Montreal? Grabovski, Komisarek, Latendresse, Kostitsyn, Lapierre…

    I usually don’t entertain rumours but I have a bad feeling about this one because it makes sense in my head. I’d be so angry if he really asked for a trade after all the praise that he’s done about Montreal being one of the greatest cities to play hockey in. What was that quote?

  13. Propwash says:

    I saw it from Pete Marier


    Goalies in Montreal have two roles, netminder and scapegoat. 

  14. SeriousFan09 says:

    It’s a rumour involving MTL, which mean it’s a load of crap as they always are.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  15. fbkj says:

    he crapped himself on his way out from the flue


    you are perpetuating the worst possible assumptions out of the funniest sports story ever

  16. mbplekfan says:

    If he isnt ready to go on Saturday its going to look a lot like he’s asked to be traded. I cant help but feel that Cammaleri doesnt like the “system” or the coach.

    I have a funny feeling about this…

  17. habsguy says:

    LOL, seems to me like you’ve never had the flu,  if you did you would known that sometimes you start feeling better so you try to do something,  and wham, it hits you again!!

  18. Timo says:

    Well, if it’s true, hopefully they can get a bag of pucks for him. Having his ridiculous salary off the books is a step in a right direction. He can take his pouty lip somewhere else. His fantastic offensive stats won’t be missed one bit.

  19. SeriousFan09 says:

    Bulldogs keep chugging despite the Habs tapping them of two AHL All-Stars (Desharnais, Pacioretty) and another player who’d have likely been an All-Star if Markov had been healthy this season (Weber). They won 3-2 tonight, Andreas Engqvist on his first game back from an upper-body injury scored the 2nd goal unassisted and assisted on the GWG, as did Alex Avtsin who has assists in B2B games.

    Bulldogs play Friday at 7:00 PM and no Habs on that night so I’ll take my first opportunity of this season to go scout the kids.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  20. samTHEman says:

    I feel the exact same way.

  21. samTHEman says:

    his body language

  22. samTHEman says:

    also, his slash in the pre-season on niedereiter, and his angry play along the boards, dumb penalties, and his fight. very much unlike him.

  23. LA Loyalist says:

    “the flu” is different than what it used to be (the good old “24 hour flu” where you barfed it out, drank some Gatorade and you were good. I’ve had this new flu (right after getting a flu shot in Oct, never again) and it is nasty and has broader symptoms and last longer.

    Secondly, a few years ago we had the flu cut through a whole swath of the team and it really wrecked us, so the team has to be careful, especially given our injury situation. We are already thinner than that story you told your girlfriend about last Friday night.

    That said, if something is going on with Cammi, it will look really, really bad if this was bogus and would reflect terribly on management. We don’t know Gauthier very well, but Bob Gainey would not stand for game playing, as much as I’ve bagged on some of his horrible decisions I still believe in his personal integrity. What’s that one poster’s tagline, about going into a dark alley chez Bob?

    As to the game, I wasn’t able to see it yet, but I don’t think we can reasonably be expected to beat Pitts, even sans Cindy C, without Markov, Gorges or Cammi.

    As long as the guys are working hard and the kids are learning, I think that’s all we can ask as long as JM has the reigns and we’re stuck with the Smurfs(tm)



  24. Timo says:

    You are right… Gainey would not stand for it – he would get rid of Cammi and get another Gomez like contract… hmm… I hear Rangers still have Redden. :)

  25. F Bomb says:

    Let’s just take a second and breath. The score is not indicative of the play. Simply Put Pits scored on 4/5 PP. Yes 3 were Pouliots penalties but he was not able to keep uP with the speedof being on the first line. To me he is at his best in a checking role where he can use his body. Otherwise they played the same game they play every night. Defense first, point shots and keep the shots on Price to the outside. Penalties killed us but look for a bag skate this week and a bounce back game on Sat.

  26. samTHEman says:

    I just had it last week

  27. Timo says:

    In case you missed my response to this question about 10,000 times before here it is again. I am NOT a fan of this team. I root for CH to win the Stanley Cup. I am not anybody’s fan or cheerleader. I could not care less for fortunes or misfortunes of any individual on this team. I just want them to win the Cup. I hope that clarifies things for you a little.

    As for why I am posting here will forever remain a mystery. Maybe I just like to keep folks like you guessing, maybe I can’t help myself, maybe I am really a fan of Boone but will never admit it, maybe I am a Leafs fan who comes here to troll, maybe I am somebody who wants Habs to win the cup and have a few thoughts about their performance that despite constant being crapped on I still would like to share… Like I said, we will never know. You will have to just live with it. I am sorry.

  28. ooder says:

    Mishka.. you post here to keep the simple proletariat amused…

    and i like it :)


    88 is the new 23

  29. Timo says:

    Da, Tovarisch!!!

  30. LA Loyalist says:

    You know what, Sam? We have a right to criticize management if and when they screw up. We are exactly like the shareholders of a corporation, we pay the effing bills, can you imagine what we posters have probably spent collectively on tickets, jerseys etc, over the years?

    We have every right. You’re not Obama, you don’t get to deny us that. Not yet.

    As for the players, we may not know always the situation, what injuries they’re hiding, what the coach is telling them to do, I’m less inclined to be as hard on them as long as there appears to be effort. (Excluding Gomez, for whom I have nothing but scorn, if you haven’t noticed).

    So if you want to bring an argument, challenge something, great, bring it on, and I and many others will defend your right to do so. We don’t have to agree. Often stuff is just sheer speculation, like what’s up with Cammi, where was Price’s head last year, and that’s fine. 

    But there are still a few of us here for whom barely making the playoffs and being a .500 team is not good enough and we will keep squawking until that changes for the better.




  31. SeriousFan09 says:

    You also have the right as investors do to dump your stock and bugger off for a new investment. You don’t like how things are going, no one is forcing you to watch the games.

    Obama is a jerk, he has surch terrible ideas, like giving people health care that couldn’t be denied the second they got sick, what a jerk. He also thought the United States needed financial regulation better than 3rd-world standards. Damn the liberals for trying to bring in progressive policies, better off to make sure rich people never pay taxes instead I mean really, why should they pay their fair share? They bought Congress fair and square after all.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  32. Timo says:

    Robert, I love learning about US politics.

  33. Timo says:

    What is “88 is the new 23” thing?

  34. habs001 says:

    we are not fascinated by china russia etc ..we dont care about their health care or taxes on their population but we are obsessed by the usa is it because we are like a mouse jealous of an elephant….

  35. rocketsglare says:

    Get off your Obama hate.

  36. Everlasting1 says:

    Govts don’t GIVE anything, and political parties are a facade giving the illusion of choice. Govts are already bankrupt and they’ve simply been borrowing and printing more money. Inflation and debt ain’t going away, and neither are taxes and interest rates.


     “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

    Don’t pollute the water.

  37. LA Loyalist says:

    I am living through Obama and I lived through Trudeau and Obama is Trudeau all over again, sans charm, another academic who has never run a poutine stand.

    Both my parents died in Canadian hospitals waiting for operations they could have had in the U.S. in a day, and my child would be dead if he had been born in Canada, he was born 2 months premature sideways, his spine would have broken without the operation they performed within 4 hours and the 5 weeks he spent wired up in a special preemie unit at Cedars. It cost $250,000 dollars and my insurance paid for most of it just fine, I paid $25,000 and was happy to do so.

    Now? He’s big and strong and plays hockey and skates like the wind. 

    Do you know what the Fairness Doctrine is? It is Obama’s plan to limit free speech (like HIO) via the excuse of limiting “hate” speech. Hate speech is anything that criticizes the government or the government’s policies.

    That’s why I jumped on the guy for criticizing free expression, regardless of the merits of the content.

    You’re a young guy who deserves the freedom to build your life free from government interference. I hope you always have that freedom, like the Canada I grew up in.

    You are my favorite poster so we can agree to disagree, I pray you never suffer the consequences of a socialist paradise beyond what Canada is recovering from now.

    Sorry for using the OB reference, it was inappropriate and I won’t do it again. But I will continue to jump on anyone who tries to limit expression here.



  38. ClaytonM says:

    Do YOU know what the fairness doctrine is?

    “In 1987, the FCC abolished the Fairness Doctrine, prompting some to urge
    its reintroduction through either Commission policy or Congressional

    Short version besides you don’t know what you’re talking about as usual?  It means the RIGHT WING media can lie through their teeth about any Democrat, Independent or anyone else who challenges them on their outright BS.

    But go ahead and play martyr, it seems to be your strong suit.  While you’re at it, why not use blood libel in your defense? Oh wait, Sarah Palin beat you to it.  Instead, explain how President Obama is limiting free speech while allowing beck, limbaugh, o’reilly et al airtime please.

  39. DarthWade says:

    If the Cammy trade rumor is true, I wonder what happened to make him go sour? He seemed pretty pumped to sign with us last year (he chose us over another team actually – can’t remember which though). If he really is miserable, I think it started around the time he was put on the second line. He was never the same since. I really hope this is just some bs rumor.

    I remember last year hearing a rumor that Brodeur was going to be traded here. I think with the Habs we have to take everything with a grain of salt until the words come out of PG’s mouth.


  40. ooder says:

    a grain of salt?

    just a grain lol.

    who saw the wisnewiski trade, or the moore trade..

    the only rumour that actually had any legs and became reality in the last while was the MAB one


    88 is the new 23

  41. scrowe21 says:

    JM is the reason, if you read the same article I did. I wouldn’t have a problem with Cammy for Havlat.

  42. Timo says:

    People, I got it!!! The reason for the loss tonight is because they played last night and were tired. I can’t believe nobody figured that out yet.

  43. DarthWade says:

    Where’s the fun in that reasoning?This in Montreal. We thrive on conspiracy and turmoil. :)

  44. dre1744 says:

    Maybe they will trade Cammi  to the sens  for Kovelev!!!!!!!  then everyone will be happy again in mtl  with the Artist floating around.


    Carey Price.Yeh Carey,Carey!Carey! Still letting in the long ones;still slow;still not square to the shooter.If by some chance we fluke into the playoffs-which i am willing to bet anyone we won’t,with CAREY,CAREY! we will be gone in the first round.The habs don’t have Halak to save them in the regular season or the playoffs now.Even Auld is better than Carey.Remember my words you deluded fans.Notice how the Canadiens are slowly drifting down,down,down, in the standings.Also remember numbers never lie.Price is a sub 500 golaie with a bare .900 save percentage.Halak was better in every way,shape and form-but hey don’t believe me.I’m sure some nut job will be dissing me personally instead of attacking the argument-ie that NUMBERS NEVER LIE-and we have a number of seasons to judge that Halak wasn’t just a bit better but considerably better from every numerical stat,and just look at the type of goals that halak gave up compared to price.

    Even more so when you consider that Subban is better,Wasneski wasn’t here so the defense should be better and Price in EVERY game highlights i see(i can’t watch the actual games-hey its a true joke compared to the old Canadiens) gives up usually 2 EASY goals that an AHL goalie would stop.(tonight it was 4)

    Remember-my ultimate prediction is that Price-for a number of reasons-will be out of the NHL in 2 years.

  46. HabsFanInVictoria says:

    We should get rid of everyone… everyone is overpaid… can you skate?

  47. F Bomb says:

    Ladies and gentleman we have seen some excellent posts over time. This one, I would think you are a Leafs fan.

    Maybe watch a game before making a comment

  48. kempie says:

    Seems like a reasonable post, except for the bold formatting. That seems a little over the top.

  49. keepthefaith says:

    Whoa there Gerry from the insane asylum. I am going to attack you both personally and your argument. First of all numbers do lie. They lie all the time. You can make anything look the way you want it to with numbers. Second of all, if you were to look at the numbers , you will see that Carey is ahead of Halak in all major categories.

    You think this years D is better than last year? While missing our two best and having two that should be in the AHL getting a regular shift? You are most definitely   nuts. 

    The funniest part of all this is you are getting all your info from highlights. You didnt have to tell us you dont watch the games. Its obvious.

  50. CP31 says:

    I’m not sure what I love more: a Habs win or putting trolls like GERRY FROM THE in there place. You may be an ignorant troll but your “brilliance” comes shining through. So Oh Wise One, exactly which numbers are you using because if you are using NHL stats (which all normal people would use!) and not those provided to you by a Voodoo doctor while holding a Carey Price doll…………………the following is what you will find:


    This season’s stats:

    Carey Price – 39 GP, 21 WINS, .919 SV%, 2.38%, 4 SO

    Jaro Halak – 33 GP, 15 WINS, .910% SV%, 2.54%, 4 SO


    And in case those numbers don’t exactly put things into persepective for (as someone of your intellect I wouldn’t expect they would!) Try comparing both goalie’s against all 12 major goalie categories and you will find an alarming but not surprising stat………..CAREY PRICE BEATS JARO HALAK!


    So please next time you feel the need to boast your ignorance please do some research in advance and save yourself some embarrassment……….but then again your a Leaf fan so that’s embarrassing enough!


    Remember kids “Ingnorance is bliss!”




  51. nunacanadien says:

    I watched the game, even Leafs fans would quiver at what we saw last night.  Gomez Gionta and insert any Hab under 6 foot 3 inches, the whole habs were outmuscled last night.  The Penguins came to Montreal to get even with Carey Price and they did.  All they did was show us Carey is still lazy as ever and a head case.  Bad move Gauthier trading your other reliable goalie.

  52. kempie says:

    Can we trade Martin for Havlat? Christ, how many players can’t deal with JM and vice-versa before it’s considered that maybe it’s not a player problem?

  53. thehabsfan29 says:

    i would hate to trade cammy for havlat.


    hopefully we dont ever have to see havlat in a habs jersey


    the way to solve this problem is to fire JM. its obvious he has a negative effect on numerous players on the habs.

  54. scrowe21 says:

    Meh.. Havlats a million less of a cap hit, puts up decent numbers and couldn’t possibly be worse defensively than Cammy is..

  55. olematelot says:

    Havlat is injury prone and soft to boot

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