Archive | April, 2014

Why The Montreal Canadiens Swept The Tampa Bay Lightning

Thomas Vanek one-timed a shot from the point and Max Pacioretty shuffled the rebound through the legs of Kristers Gudlevskis. That goal sealed the 4-3 win and four game sweep by the Montreal Canadiens over the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night, the first series to finish in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

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Brian Gionta: The Little Captain that Could

In what is a rarity in the NHL, Brian Gionta was awarded a penalty shot in overtime in the Montreal Canadiens’ final game of the season against the New York Rangers. The captain skated slowly down the ice, then pulled a triple deke; backhand, forehand, backhand, to beat Cam Talbot and seal the win for Montreal.

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Montreal Canadiens vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 2014 Playoff Preview

The Montreal Canadiens are the only Canadian team to make the playoffs this year. That hasn’t happened since the 80′s. And a Canadian team hasn’t won since the Habs did in 1993. If Montreal wants to end that 21 year drought, they first have to get through Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Although Tampa […]

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Toronto Podcast: Of Facebook, Blue Jays and the LCBO

On this week’s show, host Zack Pothier invited Bailey Parnell (0:10) to talk about some of the things that Facebook has made irrelevant. They discussed things like dating and what it means to be a “friend” in the digital age.

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Montreal Clinches Playoff Berth

For the second year in a row, the Montreal Canadiens are playoff bound. The team clinched Tuesday night despite losing 3-1 to the Tampa Bay Lightning because the New Jersey Devils and Washington Capitalsboth lost. Montreal is currently third in the Atlantic Division and are fighting with Tampa for the second seed.

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