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BROSSARD – The Canadiens are heading to Ottawa ready to rack up the elusive fourth win. THE BIG FIVE: The Habs have gotten timely scoring from different players throughout the lineup, but some of the team’s biggest offensive weapons have been conspicuously quiet in the series against the Sens so far. As the cliché goes, to win in the playoffs, your best players have to be your best players,

Still in control

MONTREAL – Closing out the Ottawa Senators is proving complicated, but the Canadiens aren’t about to push the panic button just yet.Despite dropping a 5-1 decision to Dave Cameron’s contingent in Game 5 on Friday night at the Bell Centre, Michel Therrien’s troops are still just one win away from moving on to Round 2, clinging to a 3-2 series lead.While it definitely wasn’t the rebound perfor

The Numbers Game: Game #5 - April 24, 2015

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at Game 5 between the Habs and Sens at the Bell Centre on Friday night. 28 – Number of times Canadiens goaltenders have claimed the Vezina Trophy over the years, with 12 different players accomplishing the feat. Carey Price, who was named a finalist for the award on Friday night, will try to add his name to that list in 2014-15. Jose Theodore was the last Can

Price named Vezina Trophy finalist

MONTREAL – Carey Price was named a finalist for the Vezina Trophy on Friday, which is awarded to the goaltender judged to be the best at his position as voted by the general managers of all NHL clubs.The 27-year-old will vie for the honour alongside Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators and Devan Dubnyk of the Minnesota Wild.Price enjoyed a remarkable 2014-15 regular season campaign, lead

Game Preview: Senators @ Canadiens - Game 5

SENATORS @ CANADIENS – Game #5 (Montreal leads the series 3-1)The Canadiens get another opportunity to eliminate the Senators on Friday, this time at home for Game 5 at the Bell Centre.On Wednesday in Ottawa, Craig Anderson stopped all 28 shots he faced to blank the Habs and send the series back to Montreal. Mike Hoffman was the game's lone goalscorer, beating Carey Price with a wrist shot

Five Keys to the Game: Habs-Senators #5

POWER UP: After losing 1-0 on road ice on Wednesday night, the Habs will return home looking to rediscover their offensive touch in Game 5. The most obvious place to find a renewed scoring spark would be on the power play, where the Canadiens have gone 1-for-16 through the first four games of the series. It's a familiar storyline for the boys in bleu-blanc-rouge, who scored just two power play goa

Playoff Notebook - April 23

BROSSARD – In Thursday’s playoff notebook, the Canadiens talk power play efficiency, home ice advantage and physical hockey.Lacking that finishing touch: To say that the Canadiens’ power play has been struggling as of late would be an understatement. The man advantage hasn’t clicked, managing to light the lamp just once in 16 tries through the first four games of the series. That’s a 6.2 perce

Back to the Bell Centre

KANATA – The Habs would have liked to close out the Sens on Wednesday, but now they’ll get the chance to do it in front of the home crowd.For the fourth time this series a game between the Canadiens and Senators was been decided by the slimmest of margins, only this time it was Ottawa that came out on top.“It’s just another one-goal game, but this one happened to go their way. It wasn’t mu

The Numbers Game: Game #4 - April 22, 2015

OTTAWA – Here's a numerical look at Game 4 between the Habs and Sens at the Canadian Tire Centre on Wednesday night. 382 – Number of kilometers traveled by the Canadiens between Games 3 and 4. The team spent two days in the Mont-Tremblant region to start the week before returning to the nation’s capital on Tuesday evening in preparation for Wednesday’s contest.365 – Number of days since th

Game Preview: Canadiens @ Senators - Game 4

CANADIENS @ SENATORS – Game #4 (Montreal leads the series 3-0)The Canadiens will have a chance to sweep the Senators in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series on Wednesday night in Ottawa.Leading 3-0 in the series, Michel Therrien’s troops could complete an opening-round sweep for the second straight year after besting the Tampa Bay Lightning in a similar fashion last seas

Five Keys to the Game: Habs-Senators #4

TOUGH CLIMB: The Senators made history this season by overcoming a 14-point deficit to clinch a spot in the postseason, but if they want to make it past the first round, they’ll have to overcome even longer odds. Only four teams in NHL history have been able to successfully rally from a three game deficit to win a best-of-7 series, an exclusive list that includes the 1942 Maple Leafs, the 1975 Isl

Finishing moves

SAINT JOVITE – The Sens will be packing their bags one way or another after Wednesday’s game. The Habs intend on making sure it’s not for a return trip to Montreal.The Canadiens may hold a 3-0 series lead over the Senators, but Ottawa has proven resilient under pressure in 2015, bouncing back from a 14-point deficit in mid-February and going 23-4-4 down the stretch to clinch one of the East’s

Le Party DU Club is back!

The Montreal Canadiens and evenko invite all Canadiens fans to Le Party DU Club for the screening of Game 4 in the Montreal Canadiens vs. Ottawa Senators series on April 22 at 7:00 p.m. (doors at 5:30 p.m.) at Metropolis. Admission is FREE!All the magic and unbelievable atmosphere of a playoff game broadcast in high definition on the biggest screen in town with 10,000 watts of sound! Fans atte

Canadiens to battle Penguins in preseason game in Quebec City

PRESS RELEASEMONTREAL - evenko is proud to present the NHL preseason game featuring the Montreal Canadiens and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday, September 28 at the Centre Vidéotron, a few days prior to the start of the 2015-2016 NHL regular season. For the Canadiens, it will be the sixth visit to Quebec City for a preseason game dating back to 2009. Hockey fans in attendance will get to

Hab at Heart - Denis Coderre

When he's not busy running council meetings or traipsing the globe promoting his city, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre can often be found at the Bell Centre, proudly donning his Habs jersey. We caught up with the man behind the #HabsDC hashtag to delve a little deeper into his deep Canadiens roots.How long have you been a Canadiens fan? DENIS CODERRE: For as long as I can remember. I was really

Mountain Men

MONT-TREMBLANT – When you win three-straight in a series as physical as the one between the Habs and Sens, you earn the right to a little R&R.Through a trio of Eastern Conference quarterfinal games so far, Montreal and Ottawa have combined to dish out 277 total hits, more than any other series this postseason. Upping the ante in that department on Sunday while trying to dig out of an 0-2 hole

When a hero comes along

KANATA – There’s something about the playoffs that brings out the best in Dale Weise.On Sunday night, Weise played the role of postseason hero to perfection, scoring the game-tying goal with just under six minutes remaining in regulation time before tallying the overtime-winner to lift the Canadiens to a 2-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre. With the win, Michel The

The Numbers Game: Game #3 - April 19, 2015

OTTAWA – Here's a numerical look at Game 3 between the Habs and Sens at the Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday night. 45 – Number of playoff games Carey Price has suited up for over the course of his NHL career with the Canadiens, including Sunday night’s tilt in Kanata. That ties the Anahim Lake, BC native with Bill Durnan for fourth place all-time among all goaltenders in team history.43 – N

Canadiens recall six players from the Hamilton Bulldogs

PRESS RELEASEMONTREAL – The Montreal Canadiens announced sunday that goaltender Mike Condon, defensemen Darren Dietz and Brett Lernout, as well as forwards Daniel Carr, Charles Hudon and Christian Thomas have been recalled from the AHL’s Hamilton Bulldogs.All six players will arrive in Montreal on Monday, April 20. They will practice this week, starting Tuesday, April 21 at the Bell Sports

Five Keys to the Game: Habs-Senators #3

DUE DATE: Since the puck first dropped to kick off the 2014-15 season, Carey Price has been a prime example of consistency in the NHL, earning him his rightful place among Hart and Vezina trophy talks. Case in point, throughout the current campaign, the All-Star netminder has yet to go more than five games without posting a shutout or filing a one-goal effort. Coming off a trio of three-goal outin

Game Preview: Canadiens @ Senators - Game 3

CANADIENS @ SENATORS – Game #3 (Montreal leads series 2-0)The Canadiens will be looking to widen their first round lead as the series shifts to Ottawa on Sunday night. The Habs took advantage of home ice in the first two games of the series, going up 2-0 over the Sens thanks to a 3-2 overtime win on Friday night at the Bell Centre. Despite giving up the first goal for a second straight gam

As focused as ever

BROSSARD – Given the Senators’ penchant for defying the odds, Michel Therrien’s troops aren’t about to let their collective guard down as the series shifts to the nation’s capital. Despite leading their first-round series 2-0 over Ottawa, the Canadiens made it clear on Saturday afternoon at the Bell Sports Complex that taking anything for granted against Dave Cameron’s contingent would be a ma

The Usual Suspects

MONTREAL – After getting some help from the supporting cast on Wednesday, the Habs brought out the big guns for Game 2 on Friday.Opening their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against Ottawa with a 4-3 win during a Game 1 marked by clutch offensive production courtesy of newcomers Brian Flynn and Torrey Mitchell, on Friday some more familiar faces instead got the chance to do what they d

The Numbers Game: Game #2 - April 17, 2015

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at Game 2 between the Habs and Sens at the Bell Centre on Friday night. 4:55 – Amount of ice time Max Pacioretty needed to get back to his old goalscoring ways on Friday. After missing the final two games of the regular season as well as Game 1 of the Canadiens’ Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Sens with an upper body injury, Pacioretty made

Five Keys to the Game: Habs-Senators #2

1 - STREAKY FRIDAY: With a rare lack of Saturday night dates penciled in on their first-round schedule, the Habs will have to count on a less familiar day of the week when it comes to Game 2 on Friday night. Although the Canadiens have enjoyed a 13-0-2 home record at the Bell Centre on Saturdays this season, historically, the team has been just as handy at kicking the weekend off with a win when g

Game Preview: Senators @ Canadiens – Game 2

SENATORS @ CANADIENS – Game #2 (Montreal leads the series 1-0)The Canadiens will be looking to take a commanding lead over the Ottawa Senators in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series on Friday night at the Bell Centre.Michel Therrien’s troops rattled off a 4-3 win in the series-opener on Wednesday night in Montreal. Despite the absence of Max Pacioretty – and P.K. Subban for the b

That didn't take too long

BROSSARD – P.K. Subban wasted little time owning up to a potentially costly mistake on Thursday.Addressing the media at the Bell Sports Complex for the first time since being assessed a slashing major and a game misconduct in Game 1 on Wednesday night at the Bell Centre, the veteran rearguard was particularly contrite in reference to the incident involving Senators forward Mark Stone.“The

The Last Word: Sir Patrick Stewart

A classically trained thespian, member of the Order of the British Empire, and star of two massive sci-fi franchises, Sir Patrick Stewart is a man who needs no introduction. Having spent a few months in Montreal, the Mirfield, England native made sure to get a taste of the city’s favorite pursuit: Canadiens hockey. We sat down with the 74-year-old bon vivant during intermission at a game to discus

Solid start

MONTREAL – It was a playoff debut to remember for some of the newest Habs on the roster.Heading into Wednesday’s game, the Canadiens knew they would have to score by committee to make up for the offense they’d be missing with injured sniper Max Pacioretty watching from the pressbox. With their leading scorer out of commission, the Habs instead got key contributions from some of the team’s trad

The Numbers Game: Game #1 - April 15, 2015

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at Game 1 between the Habs and Sens at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night. 14 – Number of players in the lineup for Game 1 between the Habs and Sens who were also in uniform for the final game of the last series played between the two teams, dating back to May 9, 2013, including six Canadiens and eight Senators. 257 – Combined number of playoff games play News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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