We could talk about whether or not a goal should’ve been a goal, but the bottom line is that the Ottawa Senators felled the Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night thanks to a 5-4 shootout win.
With a victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday, the Edmonton Oilers punched out their sixth win in their last seven games and their third straight on the road.
Let’s just say the Vancouver Canucks have had their fill of Tyler Toffoli and the Montreal Canadiens.
The Montreal Canadiens placed forwards Corey Perry and Michael Frolik on waivers Monday, as they settled their opening night lineup prior to Wednesday’s puck drop. 89 players were placed on waivers Monday across the NHL, with teams having to finalize rosters ahead of Tuesday evening’s deadline. The pandemic has made for some creative adjustments, includingContinue reading “Canadiens: Habs Waive Perry, Frolik”
Montreal Canadiens forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi is among many NHLers playing in Europe at the moment and, at last, he seems to be turning on the jets. Kotkaniemi has been on loan to his hometown club Pori Assat and he did not get off to a great start. He went pointless in his first four games,Continue reading “Canadiens: Kotkaniemi Kicks Out the Jams in Finland”