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Liveblog: Playoff game 3 – Tampa Bay at Canadiens

Having dropped the first two games of the series on home ice, Tampa Bay needs a win in Game 3. But the Bell Centre, one of the NHL’s more raucous venues, will be rockin’ and rollin’ in support of the […]

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Habs expected to stick with same lineup in Game 3

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The Canadiens held their morning skate at 10:30 a.m. in Brossard as they prepared for Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Tampa Bay Lightning Sunday night at the Bell Centre (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio […]

 

HI/O Show: Jacques Demers is our special guest this week

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Senator Jacques Demers, the last coach to win a Stanley Cup with the Canadiens in 1993, is the special guest on this week’s HI/O Show, joining Gazette columnist Dave Stubbs and sports editor/host Stu Cowan. All three give their predictions […]

 

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No lineup changes for Habs in Game 2

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The Canadiens hit the ice in Tampa just before 11:30 a.m. for an optional morning skate as they prepared to face the Lightning in Game 2 of their playoff series Friday night (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). A dozen players took […]

 

Habs’ Weise lives dream with OT goal in Game 1

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When Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin acquired forward Dale Weise from the Vancouver Canucks in February in exchange for defenceman Raphael Diaz, the happiest man in Canada might have been Weise’s father. Miles Weise, a warehouse manager in Winnipeg, is a lifelong […]

 
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About last night …

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Let’s be honest.
Were it not for the heroics of Carey Price, your Montreal Canadiens would not be in the playoffs.
But as we say in this red-hot – and, this week, unseasonably cold – hockey city, what have you done for me lately?
Heading into Game 1 in Tampa Bay, the Canadiens goaltender was 4-14 in his previous 18 postseason starts.
Price’s overall playoff record was 9-17. His save percentage: a very ordinary .905.
But .905 is better than .750.
Through 60 minutes against the Lightning, Price was beaten four times on 16 shots.
There were turnovers to create some Tampa Bay chances.
And Steven Stamkos scores against many NHL goaltenders.
But still …

 
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Liveblog: Playoff Game 1 – Weise goal seals 5-4 OT thriller

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The Canadiens playoff series against Ottawa last spring was nasty, brutish and short. We can expect a better run against Tampa Bay this time around – if only because some of the younger Habs have been playoff-bloodied (in Lars Eller’s […]

 
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