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Alex Galchenyuk put the Montreal Canadiens ahead of the Buffalo Sabres with this epic goal midway through the second period on Wednesday night. I'm still trying to figure out how his momentum didn't render him incapable of completing the shot, and I bet the Sabres remain baffled as well.
The Montreal Canadiens are fighting for a spot in the 2016 NHL playoffs, but there are five reasons why Montreal will miss the playoffs.
The Montreal Canadiens have struggled to win games and have fallen down the standings. The only option for Montreal is to fire head coach Michel Therrien.
The Arizona Coyotes traded John Scott and there are more than a few sources that believe it was orchestrated by the NHL to remove Scott as All-Star captain.
The Montreal Canadiens traded for Ben Scrivens on Monday. This could be the best thing to happen to his career.
Since Carey Price went down, the Montreal Canadiens have been terrible. If they want to survive, they need to play better until he returns.
The Montreal Canadiens have always relied heavily on goalie Carey Price, so how are they still winning while Price is injured?
The Montreal Canadiens have won an unprecedented nine straight games to start the season. Despite the success, it is foolish to crown them champions already.
The Montreal Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cups and 10 of those since 1967. Toronto Maple Leafs have won 13 Stanley Cups, but zero since 1967. Clearly there's no comparison.
Signing an integral player like Alex Galchenyuk could help the Montreal Canadiens now and in the future.