Habs Shut Out – Again

The Montreal Canadiens looked slightly better in their Tuesday night effort against the Philadelphia Flyers, but they were still unable to crack Michael Leighton and wound up being shut out again 3-0 to go down two games in the series. As of now, the Eastern Conference Final looks like a shockingly one-sided series. Leighton madeContinue reading “Habs Shut Out – Again”

Playoff Matchups – Eastern Conference Finals

Here is your Eastern Conference Final matchup: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Montreal Canadiens: It is a series that could not be a more direct contrast to the series in the Western Conference Finals. Out West, the two top seeds are meeting in a decisive series. Out East, however, it’s the two lowest seeds and that makesContinue reading “Playoff Matchups – Eastern Conference Finals”

Montreal Forces Game Seven

Led by a brilliant performance by Mike Cammalleri, the Montreal Canadiens have forced a seventh game against the Pittsburgh Penguins by defeating them 4-3 on Monday night. This means that the Penguins will have to try to close out the series at home on Wednesday night, but it also means that the Habs have putContinue reading “Montreal Forces Game Seven”

Habs Force Game Seven

With the first round winding down and teams like Vancouver, Boston and Chicago advancing recently, the Montreal Canadiens are proving to be a handful for the Washington Capitals. In a thrilling contest, Jaroslav Halak and the Habs took on the Capitals and defeated them by a final score of 4-1 to force a seventh game.Continue reading “Habs Force Game Seven”

Verbal Sparring Sets Tone for Game Three in Montreal

With the series between the Washington Capitals and the Montreal Canadiens moving to the Bell Centre on Monday night, things are heating up just at the right time. The crowd at the Bell Centre is expected to be raucous, to say the least, and the verbal sparring underway off the ice should give the environmentContinue reading “Verbal Sparring Sets Tone for Game Three in Montreal”