Would You Binge Watch a Playoff Series?
Binge watching. It’s all the rage. Your favorite show and your favorite snack. Some folks draw the line at two episodes. Some say four episodes. Some have even been known to watch a whole season of a show straight through. Most can be watched commercial free at that. We used to wait to see what happened […]
Can Nintendo Provide Guidance for Bergevin?
Advanced stats are an amazing addition to the sport of hockey. They provide extremely useful information for teams in the hunt that are trying to get an edge. For the Montreal Canadiens, a team that isn’t consistently in the running, it’s often better to ignore those numbers and go with your gut. Sometimes it’s vital […]
6 Most Shocking Sweeps in NHL Playoff History
The 2016-17 Nashville Predators made extremely short work of the Chicago Blackhawks in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, winning the series four games to none. It was the first sweep in Predators franchise history, and also the first time in NHL history a number 8 seed swept a number 1 seed. How it […]
Never Too Late for Canadiens
It was a disappointing home loss for the Montreal Canadiens in Game 5 of their first-round matchup with the New York Rangers. The Canadiens have now lost two straight and will face playoff elimination in the confines of Madison Square Garden. While it’s always bad to be down in a series, especially in a lose-and-you’re-done […]
Trotz Is Using Ovechkin Perfectly
Here we go again. It’s the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and Alexander Ovechkin and his Washington Capitals appear to be struggling. Having dominated the regular season yet again and with the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first year of a long-term rebuild, this should have been an easy start for the Capitals. […]
Canadiens Hitting Right Buttons
The Eastern Conference first round series between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers is easily the most divided and uncertain in terms of predictions. The teams are so similar that if you swapped jerseys for a game it would be hard to immediately tell. On the surface, the one edge Montreal may have […]
A Rangers Fan Guide to the Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens clinched the NHL Eastern Conference’s Atlantic division, and as a “reward” they get to play the New York Rangers in the first round of the playoffs. The Canadiens were strong down the stretch, erasing a dismal 5-7-1 February record with a 12-5-1 finish. The Canadiens will have home-ice advantage in the series. […]
Canadiens’ Conflicting Special Teams
Heading down the regular season stretch, the Montreal Canadiens have gone on an impressive run to separate themselves from the pack. They’ve gone 7-2-1 in their last 10 games to clinch the Atlantic Division title and home ice advantage to start the playoffs. They’re on a five-game winning streak during which they’ve averaged 3.8 goals […]
Emelin Plays by the Book, Not the Code
Alexei Emelin of the Montreal Canadiens is known for throwing big hits, disrespectful hits, and controversial hits. His latest exhibit came earlier this week at the expense of Florida Panthers captain Derek MacKenzie. As is the NHL routine these days, the big hit was followed by a jumping, a scrum, and use of the […]
Do Canadiens Want Higher Seed?
If the Stanley Cup Playoffs started today, under the current format the Montreal Canadiens would begin round one at home against the New York Rangers. The Rangers have more points, which means the Canadiens could possibly be the underdog even with the higher seeding. While the debate rages on about how to possibly avoid that […]
Crosby Didn’t Spear Anybody
If you didn’t have an opinion on Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby before this week, chances are you have one now. He’s under everyone’s microscope for a slash to the hand of Ottawa Senator Marc Methot on Thursday that left the big defenceman’s fingertip bloodied and dangling. The gruesome injury created the argument over whether […]
Rocket Richard Trophy Headed to Montreal?
There’s a tight race for the NHL regular season goal-scoring title heading into the final 11 games, and Max Pacioretty of the Montreal Canadiens is right in the thick of it. Sitting at 33 goals after 71 games, he’s on pace to challenge his career-high 39 goals from 2013-2014 and has a shot at reaching […]
Canadiens a Team of Destiny?
The Montreal Canadiens recent six-game winning streak was unceremoniously snuffed out by the Calgary Flames on Thursday. While the 5-0 setback was disappointing, it hopefully isn’t much cause for concern going forward. After all, they did follow it up with a 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers. Even with only minor changes in the lineup […]
Gallagher Fails the Pest Test
There are several common names found on any list of NHL agitators over the past five seasons. The likes of Brad Marchand, Antoine Roussel, Nazem Kadri, Corey Perry, and Radko Gudas come easily to mind. Specific to the Montreal Canadiens, Andrew Shaw seems to proudly wave the instigator banner. One other Habs player consistently appears […]
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