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Turnabout Is Fair Play As The Sens Defeat The Habs In Overtime

Robert Lafleur March 17, 2012 0

In the second game of a home and home series, the Ottawa Senators avenged their 3 – 2 shootout loss to the Habs Wednesday night in Montreal with a 2 – 1 overtime victory

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The Forum: March 15 2012

The Forum: March 15 2012

Robert Lafleur March 15, 2012 2

Bob Lafleur joins us today to talk Habs in our inaugural edition of The Forum, our Montreal Canadiens themed podcast

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Senators inch closer to a playoff position despite loss in Montreal

Greg Smith March 15, 2012 0

Montreal, Que.-  Carey Price stopped all three shootout attempts by the Senators and David Desharnais scored as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in a shootout at the Bell Centre.  The loss

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Ottawa’s Bishop Just a Pawn in the Habs Game

Robert Lafleur March 15, 2012 0

The Canadiens can always count on the Ottawa Senators to make them feel good about themselves. The Habs have not lost to the Sens in four games this year, coming away with a 3

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Habs Battle Back but Fall to the Sabres in OT

Robert Lafleur March 13, 2012 1

David Desharnais scored with 3.5 seconds left in regulation time and sent the Habs – Sabres game into overtime Monday night at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo. With Habs goalie Peter Budaj sitting

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Andrei Markov, The Return of the Profitable Son

Robert Lafleur March 11, 2012 1

After Carolina’s Eric Staal knee-on-knee hit on the Habs Andrei Markov at the Bell Centre on November 13, 2010, it’s been 16 months, or 483 days, 133 games and 3 knee surgeries. On Saturday

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Canucks Fall Asleep In Third and Have It Handed To Them by Les Canadiens

Leigh Ramsden March 11, 2012 1

The  Vancouver Canucks, in second-place overall, entertained the 28th overall Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night at Rogers Arena.  In the first period, the two teams played to form.  However, it was a case of role

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Max Pacioretty Scores his 29th and 30th as the Habs beat the tar out of the oilers

Robert Lafleur March 9, 2012 0

The Canadiens came into Edmonton without a win since the 2003 Heritage Classic.The previous win to that was in the old Northlands Coliseum in 2000. Thursday’s game was a game where if you won, you

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Montreal gets victory as the Oilers drop another one at home

Trevor Moeller March 9, 2012 0

Photo by Andy Devlin / Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club   The Oilers have now dropped 4 straight games at home, as they suffer a disappointing loss against the visiting Canadiens.  In a weird switch

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The Habs Comeback Not Enough As the Flames Hang On To Defeat the Canadiens 5 – 4.

Robert Lafleur March 7, 2012 2

The Habs started their western swing with an inauspicious start in Calgary on Tuesday night, losing to the Flames 5 – 4. The game was generating a lot of interest, as this was to

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