Despite missing the NHL’s reigning MVP for the vast majority of the month, the Montreal Canadiens maintained their elite positioning atop the standings, going 8-2-3 in November. Even though the Canadiens couldn’t match their dominant record from October, they still managed to gain points in 11 out of 13 games, and didn’t lose consecutive games in regulation all month long. Much has been made about Montreal’s depth this season, and with key injuries surfacing, it has been unlikely candidates making significant contributions to November’s successes on various nights.
That depth might make it difficult to choose a clear-cut candidate for this month’s edition of the HW 3 Stars; nevertheless, we’re counting on Habsworld readers to vote as to who you felt were November’s best players, and most responsible for Montreal’s winning ways. Simply select your choices from the dropdown boxes and cast your votes. Voting closes Saturday, December 5th.
Here are November’s stats: