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PREVIEW GAME #49 – Anaheim @ Canadiens (Jan.22/2011)

Jan 22nd, 2011 | By

Season Record – Anaheim – 50GP (24-15-9) 57pts. 3rd in Pacific Division. 6th in Western Conference. Canadiens 48GP (27-17-4) 58 pts. 2nd in Northeast division. Sixth in Eastern Conference.
Last Ten Games – Anaheim (7-3-0) Canadiens (7-1-2)
Recently – Anaheim lost inToronto 5-2 Thursday after edging the Senators 2-1 on Tuesday. Canadiens beat Ottawa 7-1 Friday. Lost in Buffalo 2-1 Tuesday in overtime.

GAME #48 – Canadiens-7 Ottawa-1 (Jan.21/2011)

Jan 21st, 2011 | By

This was almost unfair. The Senators are in an awful slump; they played a tough grinding, fight filled game the night before in Philadelphia while the Canadiens came in rested. Still, that stuff goes on all the time in the 82 game NHL schedule and you have to fight through it. There didn’t seem to be much fight left in the Senators after the first period.
It’s about the first period. The Canadiens took advantage of the Senators sloppiness in to get the 2-0 lead. Darche with a great pass to send Pouliot away on the breakaway and then Kostitsyn stealing the puck and setting up Plekanec

PREVIEW GAME #48 -Canadiens@Ottawa (Jan.21/2011)

Jan 21st, 2011 | By

Season Record – Montreal – 47GP (26-17-4) 56 points 2nd in Northeast Division. 7th in Eastern Conference. Ottawa – 48 GP (17-24-7) 41 points – Last in Northeast division – 13th in Eastern Conference.
Last Ten Games – Canadiens (6-2-2) Ottawa (1-6-3)
Most Recently – Canadiens – Beat Calgary 5-4 in overtime Monday. Lost to Buffalo 2-1 in overtime Tuesday. Ottawa – Lost in Philadelphia 6-2 Thursday.
Head-to Head – Fifth meeting of six. Canadiens have won 3 of 4.


Jan 20th, 2011 | By

The last time Cammalleri played a full season was the 2008-09 season in Calgary. The year before with the Los Angeles Kings he missed nineteen games with a rib injury suffered just before Christmas in Nashville when he got involved in an on-ice skirmish involving teammate Anze Kopitar. With the Canadiens last year he suffered damage to his right MCL when he was hit by Ottawa defenseman Anton Volchenkov on January 30th.

PREVIEW-GAME #46 Calgary @ Canadiens (Jan.17/2011)

Jan 16th, 2011 | By

Season Record – Calgary – 45 games (20-20-5) 45 points. 4th in Northwest division; 14th in Western Conference. Canadiens – 45 games (25-17-3) 53 Pts. Second in Northeast Division; 7th in Eastern Conference.

Recently – Saturday Calgary beat the Leafs 2-1 in shootout at Toronto, their second win in a row. Canadiens edged the Rangers 3-2 at the Bell Centre Saturday

GAME #44 – Pittsburgh-5 Canadiens-2 (Jan.12/2011)

Jan 12th, 2011 | By

The Pittsburgh Penguins scored four power play goals against the NHL’s number one penalty killing team to record a 5-2 victory at the Bell Centre Wednesday night. It was the first time the Canadiens had given up four power play goals in a game in nine years. For the Canadiens, David Desharnais scored his first NHL goal. Tomas Plekanec scored as well.

Preview – Game #43 – Canadiens at NY Rangers (Jan.11/2011)

Jan 10th, 2011 | By

Season Records – Montreal (23-16-3) 49 pts. Second in Northeast Division. Eighth in Eastern Conference. NY Rangers (25-25-3) 53 pts. Third in Atlantic Division. Fifth in East.
Recently – Canadiens came from behind to beat Boston 3-2 in overtime Saturday at the Bell Centre. Canadiens are 3-0-1 in last four. All four games have gone to overtime. Rangers beat St. Louis 2-1 Saturday; their third win in a row.
Last Ten Games – Montreal (4-5-1) Rangers (6-2-2)


Jan 10th, 2011 | By

A stomach infection prevented Michael Cammalleri from making the trip to New York with his Canadiens teammates today. The Canadiens will play the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden tomorrow night. Lars Eller, a healthy scratch the last three games, will probably replace him on the line with Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostsitsyn tomorrow.

GAME #42 – Montreal-3 Boston-2 (overtime) Jan.11/2011

Jan 8th, 2011 | By

What is it about the Bruins when they play the Canadiens. As Wayne Cashman used to say, “Something always happens!” For forty minutes the Bruins seemed to have things under complete control. They were outskating them and winning almost every battle for the puck. Carey Price was the only reason the game was 2-0 heading into the third. Then the worm turned. The Bruins fell back into a protective shell and allowed the Canadiens to come at them.

PREVIEW GAME #42 – Boston at Canadiens (Jan.8,2011)

Jan 7th, 2011 | By

Game #42 Boston at Montreal Bell Centre-Jan. 8, 2011-7:20pm   Season Records – Boston (21-12-6) 48 points – First in Northeast Division. Canadiens (22-16-3) 47 points – Second in Northeast division Recently – Boston – lost 3-1 at home to Minnesota following a five game road trip in which the Bruins took eight of a

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