Sunday May 19
MOFFAT: Therrien snubbed, Walrus doesn't deserve last laugh
Not only is Michel Therrien snubbed for finalist consideration in NHL coach of the year voting, but Habs fans may be upset---Paul MacLean IS nominated for the 2nd straight year.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Montreal Gazette
Habs' Eller has no memory of check
He's seen the replay on television, but Lars Eller has no memory of the check that sent him crashing to the ice.
Coyotes closing in on potential owner
The Phoenix Coyotes may soon have a new owner that will keep the team in Glendale for the foreseeable future.
Sat May 11, 2013
Habs' Prust feels he let down kids by calling Senators coach walrus
Ottawa Senator Eric Gryba gets checked by Montreal Canadiens' Brandon Prust during NHL playoff hockey action at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa on Tuesday May 7,2013. Errol McGihon/The Ottawa Sun/QMI Agency Speaking to the Montreal Gazette Friday, the Canadiens winger explained that calling MacLean a "bug-eyed, fat walrus" was a knee-jerk response to ... (more)
Banged up Montreal Canadiens look to future after early playoff exit
The Montreal Canadiens tried to focus on the positive on Saturday after a roller-coaster season that saw the team finish a surprising second in the Eastern Conference, then quickly bow out in the playoffs.
Fri May 10, 2013
Ottawa Senators v Montreal Canadiens.
Jakob Silfverberg of the Ottawa Senators looks for a rebound as Peter Budaj of the Montreal Canadiens makes the save and Raphael Diaz of the Canadiens defends.
NHL playoffs 2013: Lining up in Ottawa, Chicago
The post-series handshake is one of the best things about hockey, and it took place twice Thursday night.
Thu May 09, 2013
Round One: Game Five
The Montreal Canadiens were fairly healthy for most of the strike-shortened 48 game season.
Wed May 08, 2013
Biggest Lessons Learned from Start of Montreal Canadiens' Playoff Campaign
Montreal Canadiens Raphael Diaz and Peter Budaj look on following Ottawa Senator Kyle Turris' Game 4-winning goal.
Habs Eyes On The Prize
Is it just me, or does it seem like Raphael Diaz is always around when something stupid seems to happen.
Late Comeback Is Complete, Ottawa Wins 3-2 In OT
Coming off the heels of an outrageous game 3, game 4 was set to become anything but similar.
Tue May 07, 2013
A Winning Habit
Game 4: The Montreal Canadiens Lose A Heartbreaker In OT
May 7, 2013; Ottawa, ON, CAN; Montreal Canadiens defenseman Josh Gorges and left wing Travis Moen and defenseman Raphael Diaz skate back to the bench after losing in overtime in game four of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs aainst the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place.
The Globe and Mail
Blog: Subban, Galchenyuk give Habs 2-0 lead over Senators in second
Ottawa Senators' Milan Michalek , right, pushes back against Montreal Canadiens' Raphael Diaz during the first period of game four of first round NHL Stanley Cup playoff hockey in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
MacKinnon: A reminder to people this is sport, not warfare
Montreal Canadiens' Lars Eller lies injured on the ice following a hit by Ottawa Senators' Eric Gryba during NHL playoff action in Montreal, Thursday, May 2, 2013.
Mon May 06, 2013
Regina Leader Post
Habs vs. Sens feud will have a nice ending off the ice
Emotions overflowed into a centre-ice brawl at Scotiabank Place on Sunday night when the Ottawa Senators took a quick 4-1 third-period lead over the Montreal Canadiens.
Big Brother Paul MacLean Winning Battle Of Mindgames With Little Brother Michel Therrien
Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean might be in only his second year as an NHL head coach, but he has been through the NHL wars as a player and a coach.
Sat May 04, 2013
Fighting for Stanley
Habs Bounce Back From "The Hit"
The Canadiens came out Friday night missing Lars Eller, Max Pacioretty and their captain Brian Gionta.
Ottawa Senators disappointed to not be up 2-0, look to rebound in Game 3
Despite snatching home-ice advantage from the Montreal Canadiens in the opener of their Eastern Conference quarter-final, the Ottawa Senators know they missed a big opportunity with a poor effort in Game 2. And the club will look to rebound when the Sens host the Habs in Game 3 on Sunday night with the series knotted at a game apiece.
Fri May 03, 2013
Too Many Men On The Site
Brandon Prust Calls Paul MacLean a Walrus
Jan 23, 2012, Los Angeles, CA, USA; Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean during the game against the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center.
Canadiens must solve Sens' Anderson
Craig Anderson may be the favorite to win the Vezina Trophy had he not missed extended time in the regular season due to injury, though the After a stellar performance helped Ottawa steal home-ice advantage, Anderson leads his team into Game 2 of its Eastern Conference quarterfinal series Friday night against the Montreal set a team record for a ... (more)