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- Rene Bourque is off to his longest goal drought to start a season since 2007-08. However, he has a while to go to beat his slump that year where he needed 12 games to record his first goal.
- Second Period Blitz Sinks Rags
A Concerned Fan (2007-03-28 1:07)
Well, they certainly made it exciting. After crushing the Rangers in the second for five unanswered goals, the Canadiens made sure every fan's ticket was well worth the price
- HW Recap: Back on track
B. La Rose (2007-03-25 21:55)
The Habs won all 3 of their games this week, and like every other team fighting for a playoff spot, didn't really go up or down in the standings.
- HW Recap: Still fighting
B. La Rose (2007-03-18 21:56)
The Habs managed to keep pace this week for the most part, winning a pair out of their three critical games, but still remain 11th in the East.
- Habs Hope to Melt The Penguins in their own Igloo
Norman Szcyrek (2007-03-16 12:12)
The Montreal Canadiens are in Pittsburgh tonight, to face the flightless Penguins in the Igloo, in their fourth and last match this season. This promises to be as close to a playoff game as you'll see before April 11, the actual start of the NHL playoffs
- HW Recap: Is there still time?
B. La Rose (2007-03-12 21:47)
The Montreal Canadiens completed the seemingly impossible this past week, actually winning one of their games, and really didn't lose all that much more ground in the East.
- Kovalev's Late Goal Rocks Blues
A Concerned Fan (2007-03-11 0:26)
Despite a late charge by the Blues, the Canadiens managed to turn one of their better efforts into a victory against St. Louis tonight thanks to a late goal by the man seemingly most in the fans doghouse, Alex Kovalev.
- Habs Sleep Through Atlanta Barrage
A Concerned Fan (2007-03-09 0:25)
There's not a whole lot to say after a performance like that. The Canadiens played without heart, they were let down by the goaltending, and they may as well not even have come to Atlanta for the game.
- Canadiens Continue Push to the Playoffs vs. Red-Hot Atlanta
Norman Szcyrek (2007-03-08 11:41)
Montreal is in Atlanta tonight, to face a high flying Thrashers squad. Atlanta is currently on a 4 game winning streak, while the Habs are on a 3 game losing streak.
- HW Recap: Now what?
B. La Rose (2007-03-04 21:36)
In a week where gas shortages was the big newsmaker, it seems only fitting that the Habs are suffering from the exact same thing.
- Canadiens Can't Muster Up Attack
A Concerned Fan (2007-03-04 0:45)
It were the mental errors that killed the Canadiens on this night. Simple, avoidable mental errors. The first was Halak, handcuffed because of a deflected shot,
- Canadiens Lose Wild One
A Concerned Fan (2007-03-02 23:49)
At least the Habs can't be accused of being boring on this night. No matter how many times they came back, they still managed to shoot themselves in the foot with stupid penalties.
- Habs Visit Rangers on Deadline Day
Norman Szcyrek (2007-02-27 15:32)
The Montreal Canadiens have traveled to the Big Apple, to take on the New York Rangers, in a match which is important to both team's hopes to make it to the playoffs.
- Leafs Fall to Canadiens
A Concerned Fan (2007-02-27 3:59)
While the score of the game against the Leafs tonight was close, the reality is that the Habs won this game fairly handily.
- The Battle for Ninth
Jonathan Rebelo (2007-02-26 10:02)
Ninth place, one position out of the playoffs and a mediocre draft position is what the team that finishes in ninth place is awarded with, it
- HW Recap: And now it gets interesting
B. La Rose (2007-02-25 21:42)
The offence finally woke up this week, propelling them to a pair of victories, and at least for the time being, keep them in the playoff hunt.
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