How about those Habs? Thursday’s 2-1 win over Boston at the Bell Centre improved the Canadiens’ record to 8-0-1 in their last nine games, earning 17 of a possible 18 points to move into first place in the Atlantic Division …
Chris Nilan returns as the special guest on this week’s HI/O Show, joining Gazette columnist Dave Stubbs and sports editor/host Stu Cowan. Among the topics discussed are the tough love that seems to be working for Canadiens coach Michel Therrien, …
First place in the division and second in the Eastern Conference after 30 games.
When have we seen this movie before?
Not all that long ago.
Last March 21, the Canadiens beat the Islanders 5-2 on Long Island.
The win moved them two points ahead of Boston in the Northeast Division.
The Canadiens were three points behind Pittsburgh for the conference lead.
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Anyone who can offer documented proof – e.g. a dated Comment or tweet – in which he or she predicted in September the Montreal Canadiens would be playing for first place in the Atlantic Division in December will win a holiday gift basket personally delivered by HIO staff dressed as Santa and his elves …. plus Patrick V. Hickey as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Hockey Writer.
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For the second time in three nights, your Montreal Canadiens play New Jersey. This time the game will be in the Devils’ home barn, the Prudential Centre in Newark. Other than a different locale, little will change. As has been …
The Canadiens announced Wednesday morning that Rene Bourque won’t be in the lineup when they take on the Devils Wednesday night in New Jersey (7 p.m., TSN, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Bourque, who has an upper-body-injury, stayed behind in Montreal. …
Most of the Canadiens enjoyed a day away form the ice Tuesday following Monday’s 3-2 win over the New Jersey Devils at the Bell Centre. Only eight players skated in Brossard Tuesday morning before the team headed to New Jersey …