NHL After returning to the Washington Capitals’ lineup in typical fashion on January 30, 2021, Alex Ovechkin’s propensity for scoring goals was on full display
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The Buzzer: Armia, Toffoli keep high-octane offense going for Habs — ProHockeyTalk | NBC Sports
Scores, highlights, top stars, and more from Thursday in the NHL. The Buzzer: Armia, Toffoli keep high-octane offense going for Habs — ProHockeyTalk | NBC Sports
After trouncing Oilers, Canadiens prepare for ‘tougher’ rematch — Montreal Gazette
“Teams adjust and there’s also a sense of revenge,” coach Claude Julien warned ahead of Monday night’s game in Edmonton. After trouncing Oilers, Canadiens prepare for
Canadiens battle hard, but fall 3-2 as Flyers move onto second round — nyob.news
TORONTO — Minus both their head coach and inspirational leader, the Montreal Canadiens fought tooth and nail to extend their season Friday. Canadiens battle hard, but
Analysis: Seven Penguins who could depart this offseason — nyob.news
For the second straight year, the Penguins flamed out of the playoffs against a team with fewer stars but stunningly more discipline and determination. Analysis: Seven
Liveblog: Golden Knights tie — Montreal Gazette
Just when it looked like the Habs were going to hold on to a victory, the Golden Knights have tied it. Read More via Liveblog: Golden
Liveblog: Canadiens come back to beat Calgary 3-2 — Montreal Gazette
Jonathan Drouin and Artturi Lehkonen, of all people, scored third-period goals to bring the Canadiens back from the dead.
About last night … Edmonton easily tops Canadiens 6-2 — Montreal Gazette
The home team had 42 shots on Antti Niemi. And were it not for some superb saves by the Canadiens’ backup ‘tender, the Oilers would have scored in double figures.
In the Habs’ Room: ‘Let’s cut the chase, I wasn’t very good,’ Price says — Montreal Gazette
Carey Price was a man of few words Thursday night, but he didn’t need many words to sum up the Canadiens’ 6-5 overtime loss to the Buffalo Sabres.
“Let’s cut the chase, I wasn’t very good,” Price said to kick off a post-game scrum that lasted 56 seconds.
Price, who is trying to bounce back from the worst season of his career, has given up at least four goals in each of his last four starts and his numbers aren’t very good. After Thursday’s debacle, he has a 3.07 goals-against average and an .892 save percentage.
Price wasn’t looking for any excuses. When asked about defensive breakdowns in front of him, he replied: “I’m not playing as well as I did earlier.”
And when he was asked whether changes in the equipment contributed to the fall-off in his play, he said: “No. it’s all upstairs. I’ll figure it out.”
In the Habs’ Room: Price tips hat to Lightning sniper Stamkos — Montreal Gazette
There were some interesting numbers — the Canadiens won 54 per cent of the faceoffs with Phillip Danault (65 per cent), Max Domi (55 per cent) and rookie Jesperi Kotkaniemi (50 per cent) all performing well.