Archive | May, 2014

Montreal Canadiens Fail to Match New York Rangers Will to Win

When the Montreal Canadiens took down the heavily favourited Boston Bruins in the second round of these Stanley Cup playoffs, they looked unbeatable. If they could beat the big, bad Bruins, they could beat anybody. Especially the New York Rangers.

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Carey Price to miss remainder of Eastern Conference Finals

Montreal Canadiens Head Coach Michel Therrien announced after the team’s morning skate today that goaltender Carey Price will miss the remainder of their series against the New York Rangers with a leg injury.

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Canadiens Knock off Bruins In 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

“I can’t wait for the crowd, the noise, the energy in the building,” PK Subban said after game six. “I can’t wait to take that all away from them.” And that is exactly what the Montreal Canadiens did. They silenced the bear; the Boston Bruins. The team that was supposed to win in seven games. And they did it […]

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The Habs Can Beat Boston

Entering their second round matchup with the Boston Bruins, the Montreal Canadiens were easily considered underdogs. But the two teams will meet Wednesday night in Boston for a game seven with everything on the line and Montreal is not being overlooked anymore. But what will it take to get over the hump and move on to […]

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Top 3 Montreal Canadiens Playoff Moments Against the Boston Bruins

The biggest rivalry in hockey will add its 34th chapter when the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins faceoff Thursday night. No two teams have played each other more in the playoffs ever (174 games) and Montreal has won seven Cups against Boston.

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