Category: Habs

Habs looking to get back on track

With 2 losses in a row for the first time this season, fans are getting quite upset and starting to ask themselves questions about the potential of the Montreal Canadiens. Despite being one of the best scoring team for the first two weeks of the year, the

Koivu in no shape to play

Saku Koivu’s absence from this road trip is an indication the Canadiens captain will be on the shelf for a while longer.
While Darren Langdon and Chad Kilger accompanied the Canadiens to Philadelphia, Koivu stayed home and has been told to give his righ

Relentless Flyers overwhelm Habs

In their ugliest loss of the season thus far, the Montreal Canadiens were manhandled 5-0 by the Philadelphia Flyers. They pressed the Habs defensemen with an aggressive forechecking style, and intimidated the forwards who kept getting rid of the puck.

(HW) Habs @ Flyers preview

Jeff Hackett will face his former team for the first time as a Flyer and both teams will try to get on the winning track. The Flyers are winless in 3 games 0-2-0-1, while the Habs were embarrased at home 6-2 at the hands of the Senators.

(AP) Habs looking for revenge tonight

An easy season-opening win over the Montreal Canadiens sparked the Ottawa Senators to a great start. Apparently the loss was not too upsetting to the Canadiens. While Ottawa opening in strong fashion is no surprise, Montreal doing the same was a lot less

(G&M) Theo shut the door !

Marcel Hossa scored his first goal of the season while Jose Theodore stopped 34 shots for his 19th career shutout as the Montreal Canadiens downed the New York Islanders 3-0 Thursday for their fifth win in six games. Theodore’s made 17 third period saves