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Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 6 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 6 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes P.A. Parenteau will play at right-wing tonight but Michel Therrien would not reveal who would be sitting out. Therrien said that Parenteau “can help on the power-play.” Since December 1, P.A. Parenteau has scored two goals … Continue reading

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Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 5 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 5 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes “It was a big hockey game, It was very close. The two teams played very hard. They got the last word tonight, but we have no reason to be embarrassed about our performance. I think we … Continue reading

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Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 4 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Senators coach Dave Cameron will replace veteran center David Legwand with Zack Smith, while Michel Therrien announced that Greg Pateryn would play for injured defensemen Nathan Beaulieu. Habs’ coach Michel Therrien on the first three games: “We have put … Continue reading

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Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 3 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Canadiens vs Senators – Game 3 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Senators coach Dave Cameron will make two lineup changes: Craig Anderson takes over in goal for Andrew Hammond and tough-guy Chris Neil is in for Alex Chiasson. On making the goalie change :”Coach’s decision, no more … Continue reading

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Game Day: Senators vs Canadiens – Game 2 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Senators vs Canadiens – Game 2 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Pre-game Notes and Quotes Max Pacioretty and Mark Stone are both game-time decisions for Game 2. Habs P.A. Parenteau has an upper-body injury and will not play. “[Max Pacioretty] is feeling good and that’s a good sign. He had a … Continue reading

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Five Bold, Biased Playoff Predictions for Canadiens – Senators

Five Bold, Biased Playoff Predictions for Canadiens – Senators

by Corey Desormeaux , Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine OTTAWA, ON. — Strange things happen in the playoffs.  Emotions run high and certain players are capable of turning things up a notch and contributing in unexpected ways.  I thought it would … Continue reading

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Game Day: Senators vs Canadiens – Game 1 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

Game Day: Senators vs Canadiens – Game 1 Preview, Lines, Goalies, TV

On this day in hockey history… 2004 – Detroit’s Brett Hull picked up his 24th career playoff game-winning goal (tying him with Wayne Gretzky for 1st overall in playoff history) in a 4-1 win against the visiting Nashville Predators. Matchup … Continue reading

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First Round Forecast: Canadiens vs Senators Playoff Series Preview

First Round Forecast: Canadiens vs Senators Playoff Series Preview

All Habs Weekly Forecast gives a first look of the week ahead for your Montreal Canadiens. Hockey writer Ty Prater maps out the schedule, provides a statistical comparison of each matchup, identifies players to watch, as well as strengths and … Continue reading

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Game Day – Canadiens vs Leafs: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Canadiens vs Leafs: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 2004 – Montreal’s Jose Theodore became just the 3rd NHL goalie to get 2 assists in a playoff game, when he assisted on both of Alex Kovalev’s goals in the 1st period in a … Continue reading

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Game Day – Red Wings vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

Game Day – Red Wings vs Canadiens: Preview, TV, Lines, Goalies

On this day in hockey history… 1946 – Elmer Lach scored a goal and added two assists as Montreal beat Boston 6-3 in Game Five of the Finals, to become the 1946 Stanley Cup Champions. Matchup Bell Centre, Montreal, QC. | April … Continue reading

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