Canadiens: Montreal Advances, Secures Series Win Against Pittsburgh

The Montreal Canadiens are advancing to the Stanley Cup Playoffs after eliminating the Pittsburgh Penguins in their 2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Qualifying Round series. The Habs took the series-clinching victory on a busy Friday, shutting out the Penguins 2-0 to polish off Game Four of their best-of-five. The contest ran scoreless for the majority, untilContinue reading “Canadiens: Montreal Advances, Secures Series Win Against Pittsburgh”

Canadiens: Montreal Finally Wins, Snaps Losing Skid

The Montreal Canadiens finally won a game. The club snapped an eight-game winless skid with a victory over the New York Islanders Tuesday. It’s might’ve been some of that old Habs magic at work, as the team had 11 former captains at the Bell Centre to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the Canadiens. It’s hardContinue reading “Canadiens: Montreal Finally Wins, Snaps Losing Skid”

Canadiens: Thanks to Devils, Montreal’s Now Winless in Six

The Montreal Canadiens found a way to lose Thursday, dropping a 6-4 decision to the New Jersey Devils in what was the lone NHL game on American Thanksgiving. That was the sixth straight loss for the Habs. The Canadiens cracked off 48 shots on Devils netminder Mackenzie Blackwood, who picked up his eighth win ofContinue reading “Canadiens: Thanks to Devils, Montreal’s Now Winless in Six”

Canadiens: Thanks to Price, Montreal Sneaks off with Weird Saturday Win

If you watched the Montreal Canadiens take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, what you witnessed was honestly pretty hilarious. The game was a mess in many ways, ultimately ending with a 6-5 Montreal win after the shootout. Along the way, both teams coughed up major chances and both teams kind of humiliated themselves.Continue reading “Canadiens: Thanks to Price, Montreal Sneaks off with Weird Saturday Win”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens have been steadily improving since making the playoffs in 2016-2017. That may be small comfort considering the fact that they haven’t made it in the last two seasons, but the Habs did finish last season with 96 points – a fair shade above the 71 points they achieved in a lacklustre 2017-2018.Continue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Montreal Canadiens”