The Canadiens started their 7 games in 11 nights odyssey with a 3-1 win in Buffalo November 27th. It will end Saturday night at the Bell Centre against the same Sabres. During the stretch the Canadiens record is 5-0-1. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens against Buffalo’s Ryan Miller.[continue reading...]
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- PREVIEW GAME #31 Buffalo @ Canadiens (Dec. 7/2013)
- BULLDOGS DROP 4-1 DECISION IN CLEVELAND FRIDAY
- GAME #30 Canadiens-2 Boston-1 (Dec. 5, 2013)
- INJURIES FORCE BULLDOGS TO MAKE ROSTER MOVES-Duffy Recalled From Wheeling
- PREVIEW GAME #30 – Boston @ Canadiens (Dec. 5/2013)
- GAME #29 Canadiens-4 New Jersey-3 (Shootout) [Dec. 4, 2013]
- PREVIEW GAME #29 Canadiens @ New Jersey (Dec.4/2013)
About Ron Reusch
Ron Reusch covered sports both nationally and internationally over five decades. (1960s through 2010). Based in Montreal, Ron worked on the English language play-by-play broadcasts of the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens and NL’s Montreal Expos.
As a member of the CTV Television Network, Ron covered a variety of including the 1980, 1984, 1988 and 1994 Winter Olympic Games and the 1976, 1984 and 1992 Summer Olympic Games. He also did play-by-play for CTV’s coverage of the first three Canada Cup hockey tournaments (1976, 1981 and 1984) and served as color commentator to Dan Kelly’s play-by-play for the NHL’s 1984–85 and 1985–86 seasons on CTV plus the 1987 Canada Cup. Other CTV assignments included live broadcasts of the Indianapolis 500 (6 times), and the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Canadiens survived a third period comeback attempt by the Boston Bruins to record a 2-1 victory Thursday night at the Bell Centre. It was their fourth straight win over the Bruins dating back to last season and moved the Canadiens into first place in the newly established Atlantic Division.
The Canadiens and the Boston Bruins meet at the Bell Centre Thursday in the first of four scheduled meetings this season. First place in the newly formed Atlantic Division will be on the line. Two of this season’s best goaltenders, the Canadiens Carey Price and Boston’s Tuukka Rask will be facing each other.
With their shootout win over the New Jersey Devils Wednesday night the Montreal Canadiens moved to within one point of the first place Boston Bruins in the NHL’s Atlantic Division. David Desharnais scored with 37 seconds remaining in regulation time and then scored the game winner in the shootout for a 4-3 win. The Canadiens host the Bruins Thursday night.
The Canadiens will play the New Jersey Devils for the second time in three nights Wednesday at the Prudential Center in Newark. The Canadiens are riding on a 6-0-1 streak that has seen them move from 5th to second in the NHL’s Atlantic Division. Peter Budaj in goal for the Canadiens – Cory Schneider for the Devils. Gametime 7:05pm.
The Canadiens recovered from a shaky first period to edge the New Jersey Devils 3-2 Monday night at the Bell Centre. It was the first of a home and home set against the Devils. The second half will be played out in New Jersey on Wednesday. Alex Galchenyuk’s goal broke a 2-2 tie in the third period and proved to be the winner..
The Canadiens will be looking for their fourth straight home ice win when they face the New Jersey Devils Monday night at the Bell Centre. It will be the fourth game of a stretch of seven games in eleven nights for the Habs. The Canadiens will play at New Jersey Wednesday to complete a home and home set. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens against Martin Brodeur.
The Lake Erie Monsters handed the Hamilton Bulldogs a 4-1 defeat Friday night in Cleveland in the first of a home and home weekend between the two clubs. With the win the Monsters, an affiliate of the Colorado Avalanche jumped from third place to a tie for first place with Toronto in the highly competitive
A rash of injuries at the Canadiens Hamilton farm club forced two moves Thursday to bolster their lineup for a weekend schedule that includes three games in three nights. The Bulldogs recalled centre Ben Duffy from the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL and signed Scott Zurevinski to a 25 game professional try out contract. Zurevinski
Sometimes you just have to trust in the judgment of those who are charged with beating the bushes for underrated hockey talent. The Canadiens have signed undrafted 20-year old 6’2” forward Jack Nevins to a three year contract. He’s the fourth overage undrafted junior signed out of the QMJHL since July, including forward Stefan Fournier
The Hamilton Bulldogs got back on the winning track Saturday night with a 4-1 win over the Lake Erie Monsters in Cleveland. Patrick Holland, back from missing nine games with an ankle injury, scored twice for the Bulldogs. Joonas Nattinen and Michael Blunden also scored for Hamilton. Dustin Tokarski was back in the Hamilton nets
The Hamilton Bulldogs dropped their second straight game, a 3-1 defeat at the hands of their archrival Toronto Marlies 3-1 at Copps Coliseum The Marlies had a 1-0 lead on a goal by Jerry D’Amigo. The teams then exploded for three goals in 2:40 early in the second period and at the end of it,
After 13 games with the Hamilton Bulldogs this season, centre Ben Duffy has been sent to the ECHL’s Wheeling Nailers. Duffy, playing for Prince Edward Islan,d was the QMJHL 2012-2013 scoring champion but went undrafted and was signed to a one year AHL/ECHL contract in July as a free agent. Duffy’s problem is learning to
In a game in which their special teams crashed, the Hamilton Bulldogs four game winning streak came to an end at the hands of the Rochester Americans 6-3 Wednesday night. Of the Americans’ six goals, three were scored on their power play and two more came while they were shorthanded. The Americans were led by
Offensively, defenceman Magnus Nygren came to the Canadiens and the Hamilton Bulldogs as advertised. He could shoot the puck and he could pile up points on the power play. On defence, not so much. The Canadiens returned loaned him back to Färjestad BK in Karlstad Sweden Wednesday. Nygren, who has just been cleared by Bulldogs