Every team has it's nemesis; a team that they just can't find a way to beat and more often than not are not only beaten by them but beaten-up. Nothing in recent years has acted as cooler for the Canadiens like a trip to St. Paul Minnesota. The team hasn't
by: Brian Murphy — Pioneer Press 3h
It was by far Minnesota’s most dominant performance this season, and it came at the ideal time, as the Wild opened a four-game homestand by redeeming themselves after Friday’s ugly 7-2 loss at Edmo…
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by: Victoria Matiash — ESPN 10 Dec
Searching for some waiver adds for your fantasy hockey roster? Victoria Matiash lists the best players still available in the majority of ESPN leagues.
by: reusch — The Reusch Blog 10 Dec
With the score tied 2-2 the Canadiens spent half of the third period shorthanded including six straight minutes after Tatar was hit with his third penalty of the game and then, as he was stepping back on the ice Jordie Benn received four minutes for high.
by: Ken Warren — Canoe 7 Dec
Just the other day, Ottawa Senators coach Guy Boucher was talking about the surprising run of good injury luck among his group of forwards.
by: Eric Engels — Sportsnet 7 Dec
For the second time in two games, the Canadiens beat the Senators 5-2. Here are some takeaways from the game.
by: Pat Hickey, Montreal Gazette — The Montreal Gazette: Hockey Inside/Out 7 Dec
Paul Byron scores twice and Montreal gets a goal from each of its four lines to beat Ottawa 5-2 for the second consecutive game.