by Amy Johnson, Video Editor/Producer, All Habs Hockey Magazine

(Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)
(Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Getty Images)

MONTREAL, QC – Need to get caught up on Habs highlights? Want to relive the memorable moments of the past week?

Then All Habs Rewind is for you.

Every week watch the most unforgettable goals, saves, and hits by your Montreal Canadiens compiled by our video production team! Then tell us which one you liked most in the comments section below.

The Habs kicked off their week with another home game, as the St. Louis Blues visited the Bell Centre.  Captain Max Pacioretty added to his goal tally, finding the back of the net in the waning minutes of the first period.  Alexander Semin scored his first goal with the Canadiens early in the second period, and Torrey Mitchell lit the lamp in the final frame.  Another win, and another shutout for Carey Price.  Final score: Canadiens, 3-0. (Read our full recap here: Habs Win 7th Straight As Price Shuts Out Blues)

Friday night brought the Habs to Buffalo for a tilt with the Sabres.  Mike Condon took up residence in the goal crease to give Price a rest in a back-to-back situation.  Dale Weise started the scoring for Montreal, and then the floodgates opened in the second period.  Brendan Gallagher, Andrei Markov, Mitchell, and Pacioretty all got on the scoresheet.  Gallagher’s second goal was on the power play, Tomas Plekanec earned his 300th NHL assist, and Markov tallied his 500th NHL point.  Final score: Canadiens, 7-2. (Read our full recap here: Streak Hits 8, Markov with Career Night)

The next night brought Price back into the Habs net as the Toronto Maple Leafs came to Montreal.  The Canadiens’ power play continued to produce, with P.K. Subban scoring his first goal of the season on the man advantage.  Lars Eller gave the Habs a two-goal lead early in the second period, after which David Desharnais and Gallagher each scored an even-strength goal, and Pacioretty potted one shorthanded.  Final score: Canadiens, 5-3. (Read our full recap here: Price the Difference as Habs Stay Perfect)

The Canadiens head out west on Tuesday when they begin their road trip with a visit to Vancouver.  Until then, we’ve got plenty of content to keep you busy reading about your favourite team! In case you missed them, here are a few popular articles published earlier this week:

Top 5: Reasons the Canadiens are Off to a Strong Start

Fan Post: Who Leads the Canadiens?

Habs360 Podcast: Are the Habs Peaking Too Soon? [AUDIO]

All Habs Three Weekly Stars

1st Star:  Andrei Markov (1 goal, 5 assists) 

2nd Star:   Carey Price (2 wins, 1.50 GAA)

3rd Star:  Max Pacioretty (3 goals, 2 assists)

Who was your favourite player this week?