Disecting the Habs First Round Series

That was a tough pill to swallow. The Canadiens came out flat footed in game seven and they paid for it. That was kind of a recurring theme throughout this series. The winner ended up being the team that made […]

Cammalleri Gets Back to Basics


Tuesday night’s contest was definitely an emotional roller coaster. The disallowed goal early in the first period sent the Bell Center crowd into a fury, leading them to hurl debris on to the ice. The anger soon turned to elation as […]

Habs vs Bruins – Habs Drop the Ball, Drop it Again, And Again


Well that was fun wasn’t it? I feel like I just got off a really intense roller coaster and shouldn’t have eaten so much beforehand. Three times the Habs had a lead on the Bruins and three times they let […]

Today’s Quickies: April 21st, 2011

According to Hockey Inside/Out, Jeff Halpern is likely to start in place of Benoit Pouliot in tonight’s game. Click here for the full story. Kamal Panesar previews the game tonight.

Today’s Quickies, April 20th, 2011

- According to Hockey30.com, the Montreal Canadiens training staff has suggested that players abstain from sex in the playoffs. – Maybe that’s why we’ve historically has a hard time attracting free agents. – Kamal Panesar breaks the news that Benoit […]

Pouliot Should Ride The Pine


  Once again, Benoit Pouliot has proved that he is utterly devoid of hockey sense. With only four seconds left in the first period of game two, with his team trailing by two, Pouliot did something which he must have […]

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly After Two


After two games in beantown, the Montreal Canadiens are up 2-0 on the rival Bruins. If you would have told a lot of pundits that this would be the score after two games they would have laughed at you. The […]

The Path to Success: Should the Habs Follow the Oilers?


The results from the 2011 NHL Draft Lottery are in, and for the second year in a row, the Edmonton Oilers came out with the first pick in the draft.  The Oilers will have the chance to add yet another young dynamo […]

2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Can Price Finally Surpass Halak?

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Last year, the Habs benefited from an almost surreal performance from Jaroslav Halak. With Halak leading the way, this team managed to upset the Presidents Trophy winner and the defending Stanley Cup Champions. The question on everyone’s mind this year […]

2011 NHL Playoff Fantasy: A Look at the Montreal Canadiens


For those of you who have just been embarrassed in your hockey pools this season, the playoffs represent a chance at redemption. They offer a chance to show your friends and fellow poolies that you actually know something about hockey. […]

Will Andrei Kostitsyn Get A Raise?


Andrei Kostitsyn may very well be the most frustrating player on the Montreal Canadiens roster. Although he’s had a strong second half to this season, and has netted a very respectable 20 goals, the fans are growing ever impatient with […]

Jacques Martin: Don’t Expect the Coach to Turn Coal into Diamonds


The Canadiens are in sixth place and are in the midst of a dogfight to make the playoffs. The Habs have won only one of their past five games and are slowly losing their grip on the sixth spot in […]