Category: Habs

Habs Come Up Short in Carolina

Fresh off a big win over Buffalo, the Habs looked to make it two victories in as many nights as they took on Carolina on Sunday. However, a late goal from the Hurricanes got it to overtime where Andrei Svechnikov scored the winner to give them the 2-1 victory.

HabsWorld Podcast – Episode 65

Topics in this episode of the podcast include Carey Price setting the Habs win record, a debate over the wins record by Hall of Famers Jacques Plante and Patrick Roy, a discussion about Montreal’s chances to make the playoffs, more power play woes, upcoming games, and more.

Habs Focused in Win Over Flyers

With both teams feeling as though their season was on the line, Tuesday’s game between the Habs and Flyers was a tightly contested affair with every inch of ice being battled over. Montreal was able to execute better than they did on Saturday, earning themselves the 3-1 win.

Habs Shutout As Playoff Chances Fade

Corey Crawford was at his very best while playing in his hometown while the Montreal coaching staff appeared to hit the panic button midway through this game. The result was a 2-0 victory for the Blackhawks despite a 48-shot effort by Montreal.

Habs Lose One Late Against Islanders

After Carey Price kept them in the game for the first half, the Habs almost skated out of Nassau with some stolen points. Instead, a terrible pinch by Brett Kulak proved costly and the Habs find their season close to the brink after a 2-1 heartbreaking regulation loss.