The Montreal Canadiens are at last set to return to the ice Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers, their first game since a week without skating due to their season’s suspension via COVID-19 protocols.
The National Hockey League has suspended all Montreal Canadiens games through March 28 due to two players entering health and safety protocols.
On a night where the Carolina Hurricanes and Arizona Coyotes were eliminated from the playoffs, the Montreal Canadiens fought for their lives against the Philadelphia Flyers and won. The Habs defeated the Flyers 5-3 in Game Five of their first-round playoff series, forcing Game Six for Friday at Scotiabank Arena. Of all the stories inContinue reading “Canadiens: Montreal Wins Game Five, Stays Alive Against Flyers”
On a certain level, 2018-2019 wasn’t that unkind to the Montreal Canadiens. They finished the regular season with 96 points but still missed the playoffs, matching the NHL record as the highest point total for a non-qualifying team since last year’s Florida Panthers and the 2014-2015 Boston Bruins. The Columbus Blue Jackets snuck into theContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Montreal Canadiens”
It may not seem real, but the Montreal Canadiens are not only in the playoff picture but they’re looking like a formidable force in today’s NHL. Looking at the roster or the goaltending or the deficiencies this season, the Habs probably shouldn’t be 26-17-5 ahead of Friday’s contest against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Yet hereContinue reading “Canadiens: Montreal Looks Sharp Ahead of All-Star Break”