Archive for March, 2011
By CoachK, AllHabs,Net SAINT-LAZARE, QC — With baited breath, Canadiens’ fans waited for Sunday evenings tilt with the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis. Having lost their last game, in what was deemed as an embarrassing performance by … Continue reading
By Robert Pereira-Tomé, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC. –Veinticuatro horas después de haber derrotado al Tampa Bay Lightning en tiros libres, los Canadiens jugaron contra un equipo de Nueva York que estaba sediento de derrotar a Montreal. Los Rangers encontraron la manera de perforar … Continue reading
By Robert Pereira-Tomé, AllHabs.net MONTREAL, QC. –Michael Cammalleri y Nigel Dawes anotaron en los tiros libres y los Canadiens obtuvieron una victoria preciosa contra el Tampa Bay Lightning con un marcador final de 3-2 la noche del jueves en el Centro Bell. … Continue reading
In a recent article in Gentlemen’s Quarterly (GQ) Magazine by Adam Winer, Montreal Canadiens’ fans were ranked amongst the worst fans on sports. In fact, we were the only NHL fans to make his ranking. While on the outside, the visual representations depicted by a group of rowdy Habs’ faithful might support that assumption, I must say, from personnel experience, it is the furthest thing from the truth.
All Habs News — March 19, 2011 Montreal Canadiens prospect Danny Kristo has returned to his WCHA team, the North Dakota Fighting Sioux. Kristo has been sidelined for the past six weeks recovering from a severe case of frostbite. The … Continue reading
New York Rangers coach John Tortorella is as subtle as a battleship. With nine regulars out of the Canadiens line-up, it was slim pickings for Jacques Martin as the Canadiens sent out its current ‘top’ unit to start the game — Scott Gomez, Brian Gionta and Travis Moen. Tortorella countered with the Brian Boyle line, albeit one important change.