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NHL scores 2016: Will change ever come for the Montreal Canadiens?

As long as the Canadiens stay stagnant, the losses will continue to pile up. The Montreal Canadiens are the walking, skating personification of the "this is fine" comic. You know, the dog sitting amidst a burning house calmly exclaiming that despite the walls aflame around them that everything is A-OK. Show More Summary

The Canadiens are so bad they're refusing to name a Janaury player of the month

You're not fooling anyone here, Montreal. Le #CH ne couronnera pas de joueur du mois de janvier. Quand ça va mal, ça va mal… #CoupeMolson https://t.co/jELYGTejz5 — Francois Gagnon (@GagnonFrancois) February 3, 2016 For those of us in...Show More Summary

Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas ejected for clipping Canadiens winger

Is a suspension coming? Radko Gudas is only two months removed from his latest suspension, but the Philadelphia Flyers defenseman found himself in hot water again on Tuesday. With his team leading the Montreal Canadiens by a goal midway through the third period, Gudas moved to cut off a Canadiens rush up the ice before it reached the offensive zone. Show More Summary

John Scott Awarded MVP In NHL All-Star Weekend

At 33, John Scott has officially been awarded MVP in the NHL All-Star weekend, an event from which he was nearly barred from playing. Initially chosen to represent the Arizona Coyotes, he was then traded to the Montreal Canadiens who dropped him down to their AHL affiliate in Newfoundland, reports the USA Today. Show More Summary

John Scott Comments on NHL's Handling of All-Star Spot

John Scott, who was traded to the Montreal Canadiens two weeks ago and subsequently sent down to the American Hockey League, is preparing for his first NHL All-Star Game as captain of the Pacific Division. On Thursday, he opened up about...Show More Summary

John Scott Reveals How The NHL Tried To Get Him Out Of The All-Star Game

last weekSports : Deadspin

Montreal Canadiens enforcer John Scott will be playing in the NHL All-Star Game this weekend, after a fiasco wherein the Coyotes abruptly traded him in an almost-meaningless three-team deal, perceived by most to be an attempt to get him out of the Western Conference after being elected captain in a fan vote. Show More Summary

Patrick Roy Almost Had to Play Goalie For the Colorado Avalanche Last Night (Video)

Patrick Roy will always be regarded as one of the greatest goalies to ever play the game of hockey.  During his 18 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche, Roy won four Stanley Cups, three Conn Smythe Trophies as playoff MVP, and three Vezina Trophies as the league’s top goalie.  He was also named […]

Adorable young NHL fan receives a puck, then cradles it like a new puppy

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

Someone give this young Montreal Canadiens fan one of the stars of the game. An adorable youngster in a Brendan Gallagher sweater went to the Canadiens’ game against the Columbus Blue Jackets and campaigned relentlessly for a puck, slapping the glass and finally getting a player’s attention. It wasn’t Gallagher, but Dale Weise who flipped […]

You Will Never Be As Happy As This Young Canadiens Fan

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Tuesday's Montreal Canadiens-Columbus Blue Jackets game featured one of the most adorable fans you will see in any sport. This young fan saw that the kid next to him got a puck, so he wanted to get one of his own. That was when Canadiens...Show More Summary

NHL scores 2016: Canadiens lead teams entering the All-Star break with a thud

The Montreal Canadiens may have hit rock bottom. How much lower can the Montreal Canadiens go? They seem to be determined to answer that question. The Habs' descent from the top of the NHL standings to draft lottery contention has been...Show More Summary

Max Pacioretty Injury: Updates on Canadiens Forward's Head and Return

Montreal Canadiens left winger Max Pacioretty suffered a head injury Tuesday. It is unclear when he will return to the ice. Continue for updates. Pacioretty Ruled Out for Remainder of Tuesday's Game Tuesday, Jan. 26 Stu Cowan of theShow More Summary

Max Pacioretty leaves game after taking a puck to the face

Just another blow to Montreal. You probably thought the plight of the Montreal Canadiens couldn't get any worse. You were wrong! The Canadiens entered the third period on Tuesday losing to the worst team in the NHL in the Columbus Blue Jackets and also were missing their captain after an injury. Show More Summary

Canadiens F Dale Weise Makes Young Fan's Night by Giving Them a Puck

Cam Newton isn't the only one who can win over young fans. Before taking on the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night, Montreal Canadiens right winger Dale Weise noticed a couple of kids looking for a puck. He tossed one into the stands, but an adult caught it. Show More Summary

NHL Tuesday: Canadiens try to avoid the latest dive into rock bottom

Montreal's been in a tailspin for over a month. But they can't possibly lost back-to-back to Columbus, can they? If you've ever received a piece of sports memorabilia straight from a pro athlete, you know how awesome that feeling can be. I have bad news for you. Show More Summary

Blue Jackets Fan Promised Dog If Cam Atkinson Scores Goal, Player Nets Hat Trick

One young Columbus Blue Jackets fan entered Nationwide Arena Monday night with birthday wishes and puppy dreams. And she left the game against the Montreal Canadiens fully satisfied and with more than enough ammo for future negotiations with her dad—all thanks to Columbus right wing Cam Atkinson. Show More Summary

NHL scores 2016: Canadiens downward spiral continues with no end in sight

Montreal is not a good team right now, and they certainly aren't a playoff team. Have the Canadiens hit rock bottom now? If a 3-6-1 record in their last 10 games after falling from first place in the Atlantic Division to out of playoff...Show More Summary

P.K. Subban scores from center ice, gets penalty for punching player

Never a dull moment with P.K Subban. The Montreal Canadiens are in the midst of a dizzying freefall, and their star defenseman, like everyone (...)

Canadian and Canadiens' troubles and what we learned in the NHL this past week

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

What we learned during the last week in the NHL: • The Montreal Canadiens' plunge from first in the East to out of a playoff spot led General Manager Marc Bergevin to address unhappy fans through a news conference last week. "It's on me," Bergevin said, adding that Coach Michel Therrien's job is...

NHL Monday: Can Montreal build on latest win in Columbus?

The Canadiens and Blue Jackets are tied 1-1 after the first period. The Florida Panthers clearly have faith in Aleksander Barkov. Florida has skipped right over a bridge deal -- what gets many young players from their entry level contracts...Show More Summary

Canadiens Goalie Carey Price’s Recovery ‘Slower Than Expected’

The Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, the NHL’s reigning MVP, could be out for another 3 to 4 weeks according to general manager Marc Bergevin. Bergevin said Price’s recovery was going slower than expected but that there were no setbacks in his recovery. Show More Summary

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