The Canadiens finished off their back to back weekend with a 5-0 loss against the Rangers in New York on Sunday night. Henrik Lundqvist registered the shutout stopping all 21 shots mustered by a weary looking Canadiens. It was the Canadiens sixth game in nine nights.
The Canadiens will try to make it two wins in a 24 hour span when they take on the New York Rangers Sunday night at Madison Square Garden. The Habs have won 8 of their last nine games and have an 8-3-0 record in the month of November. Dustin Tokarski will be in goal for the Habs. Henrik Lundqvist for the Rangers.
The Canadiens made it three wins in a row and Carey Price turned in the shutout as the Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins 2-0 at TD Garden Saturday night. Andrei Markov’s first period power play goal proved to be the game winner. Tomas Plekanec scored the other Canadiens goal. It was the first of two goals in 24 hours for the Habs, who will complete their weekend in New York against the Rangers.
After beating the Bruins twice at home this season, the Canadiens will be looking to make it three in a row when they play their first game atr TD Garden in Boston Saturday night. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens; Tuukka Rask for the Bruins. It’s the first of back-to-back weekend games for the Habs who will finish up at Madison Square Garden Sunday night.
The Canadiens bounced back from their drubbing at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday to record an impressive 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues Thursday night at the Bell Centre. Max Pacioretty celebrated his 26th birthday with two goals including the game winner. The victory left the Canadiens on top of the NHL standings with a 15-6-1 record.
The Canadiens have traded left wing Rene Bourque to the Anahem Ducks for 6’5” 34 year old defenseman Bryan Allen.
Allen has played in only six games for the Ducks this season with an average ice time of 18:12, four shots on goal, 11 hits and 10 blocked shots. He missed 14 games with a ‘lower body injury”.
Two teams coming off shutout losses will meet Thursday night at the Bell Centre. The Canadiens had their six game winning streak ended 4-0 at the hands of the Pittsburgh Penguins. At the same time, the Boston Bruins blanked the St. Louis Blues 2-0 ending their three game win streak. Carey Price will be in goal for the Canadiens. Jake Allen for St. Louis.
The Canadiens six game winning streak came to an end as the Pittsburgh Penguins and goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury shut them out 4-0 Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. Third line left wing Beau Bennett led the way with a goal and two assists as the Penguins won their tenth game in their last eleven outings.
The Canadiens will try to become the first Montreal team to win fifteen of their season’s first twenty games when they play the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. They will also be looking for their seventh win a row. Carey Price will be in goal against the Penguins who have won nine of their last ten games.
An off-day for the Canadiens Monday following their 6th straight win Sunday night in Detroit. The Canadiens will face another tough week with many fans and media members wondering, with the clear flaws in the team, just how long the winning can go on. GM Marc Bergevin was in Toronto for meetings Monday where it was revealed that his choice for 2012 first round draft pick was not Alex Galchenyuk. Fortunately his listened to his amateur scouts.