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- Game Preview: Canadi…
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CANADIENS @ SENATORS – Game #3 (Montreal leads series 2-0)
The Canadiens will be looking to widen their first round lead as the series shifts to Ottawa on Sunday night.
The Habs took advantage of home ice in the first two games of the series, going up 2-0 over the Sens thanks to a 3-2 overtime win on Friday night at the Bell Centre. Despite giving up the first goal for a second straight game, the home team managed to rally back with a goal by Max Pacioretty, who was back in action for the first time since suffering an upper…
- As focused as ever
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BROSSARD – Given the Senators’ penchant for defying the odds, Michel Therrien’s troops aren’t about to let their collective guard down as the series shifts to the nation’s capital.
Despite leading their first-round series 2-0 over Ottawa, the Canadiens made it clear on Saturday afternoon at the Bell Sports Complex that taking anything for granted against Dave Cameron’s contingent would be a major – and potentially costly – mistake. The Canadian Tire Centre certainly wasn’t kind to the CH during the regular season, as the Habs dropped both of their games down Highway 417 by a combined score of 8-3.…
- The Usual Suspects
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MONTREAL – After getting some help from the supporting cast on Wednesday, the Habs brought out the big guns for Game 2 on Friday.
Opening their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against Ottawa with a 4-3 win during a Game 1 marked by clutch offensive production courtesy of newcomers Brian Flynn and Torrey Mitchell, on Friday some more familiar faces instead got the chance to do what they do best.
A game-time decision right up until the moment he was announced as part of the Habs’ starting lineup, returning goalscorer Max Pacioretty made his presence felt in a big way after being sidelined…
- The Numbers Game: Ga…
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MONTREAL – Here’s a numerical look at Game 2 between the Habs and Sens at the Bell Centre on Friday night.
4:55 – Amount of ice time Max Pacioretty needed to get back to his old goalscoring ways on Friday. After missing the final two games of the regular season as well as Game 1 of the Canadiens’ Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Sens with an upper body injury, Pacioretty made his Game 2 return count with a power play equalizer at 7:18 in the second.
30 – Number of times that Pacioretty and David Desharnais combined their scoring talents…
- Five Keys to the Gam…
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1 – STREAKY FRIDAY: With a rare lack of Saturday night dates penciled in on their first-round schedule, the Habs will have to count on a less familiar day of the week when it comes to Game 2 on Friday night. Although the Canadiens have enjoyed a 13-0-2 home record at the Bell Centre on Saturdays this season, historically, the team has been just as handy at kicking the weekend off with a win when given the chance. In over a century of history, the Canadiens have given new meaning to T.G.I.F, racking up a stellar 12-0-4 record while outscoring…