Your Montreal Canadiens will have to wait until next season to put the puck behind Antti Niemi.
Unless, of course, they meet the goaltender and his San Jose teammates in the Stanley Cup final.
OK, that wasn’t even funny.
Hard to laugh after a road trip like that.
The Canadiens will try for a .500 road trip when they visit San Jose Saturday night. Winning won’t be easy. The Sharks are 23-4-4 on home ice this season. And the Canadiens have not won in San Jose since Nov. …
After getting a day off Friday, the Canadiens were back on the ice for a morning skate in San Jose before facing the Sharks Saturday night (10 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690) in the final game of their four-game …
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Crazy game or what?
Your Montreal Canadiens blew a 2-0 lead.
François Beauchemin scored the weirdest goal of the season.
Video replay in the Shootout?
Are you kidding me?
And then Andrei Markov, who didn’t sign a new contract before Trade Deadline day, smokes one past Jonas Hiller to get the Canadiens two valuable points.
Well, that was a blockbuster … and I don’t mean the acquisition of Devan Dubnyk. If the Canadies were playing on the east coast, we might see Thomas Vanek in the lineup tonight. But they’re in California, and the sniper …