More than a dozen players age 20 younger are benefiting from an extra few months of maturation and thriving in the most unique playoffs in NHL history.
by: STEPHEN WHYNO — The Washington Times 3h
After making his playoff debut at age 19 and winning the Stanley Cup at 20, Brandon Saad knows all about the value of youth in the NHL postseason.
by: Pat Hickey, Montreal Gazette — Canoe 9h
Phil Danault has been at his defensive best and has owned Penguins star Crosby in the faceoff circle.
by: @MarcPDumont — NHL: Canadiens 14h
Notre collaborateur spécial, Marc Dumont, explique comment l'attaque des Canadiens mercredi a été une bonne défensive.
by: Eric Engels — Sportsnet 17h
If you’re looking for Montreal’s unsung hero through the first three games of this series, he wears no. 77.
by: Michael Traikos — Canoe 17h
If I was the head coach of the Edmonton Oilers, I’d probably put Alexis Lafreniere on a line with Leon Draisaitl.
by: email@example.com () — RDS 17h
Le Canadien aura l'occasion d'éliminer les Penguins et d'accéder aux quarts de finale de l'Association de l'Est dès vendredi, lors de la présentation du quatrième match, à 16 h.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 18h
Game 4 is Friday at 4 p.m, ET on NBC Sports Network. Likewise, many Canadiens fingerprints are all over these results in the first three games. Paul Byron. Jesperi Kotkaniemi.
by: Melissa Boyd — The Hockey Writers 19h
Against all odds, the Montreal Canadiens have Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins on the brink of elimination after a Game 3 victory.
by: Tim Benz — Tribune-Review 6 Aug
Our weekly reader-reaction question for Pittsburgh sports fans is “U mad, bro?” Well, the Penguins just blew a 3-1 lead to the Montreal Canadiens in Game 3 of their best-of-five preliminary round series. The franchise is now on the verge of losing...
by: Taylor Haase — DK on Pittsburgh Sports: DK Pittsburgh Sports 6 Aug
The Penguins' third defense pairing of Jack Johnson and Justin Schultz is far from being the only reason for trailing in the series, but the Penguins still must make a change for Game 4.
by: Frank Seravalli — TSN 6 Aug
An upset of epic proportions is brewing after the No. 12 seed Montreal Canadiens' comeback win over the fifth-seeded Pittsburgh Penguins Wednesday night to give them a 2-1 lead in their best-of-five series, Frank Seravalli writes.
by: Ken Campbell, The Hockey News — Sports Illustrated 6 Aug
Prior to the pandemic, the Canadiens were 10 points out of a playoff spot and looking to next season. Now the Habs are on the verge of knocking the powerful Penguins out of the qualifying round.
by: Ken Campbell — The Hockey News 6 Aug
Prior to the pandemic, the Montreal Canadiens were 10 points out of a playoff spot and looking to next season. Now they're on the verge of knocking the powerful Pittsburgh Penguins out of the qualifying round.
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