The Flames traded Elias Lindholm to Vancouver and got quite the return, does that mean Monahan’s value just take a bump?
Kent Hughes didn’t wait for Sean Monahan to get hurt this season; he dealt him to Winnipeg as soon as the veteran center became the most sought-after player on the market.
The Canadiens came back to work after the All-Star break on Sunday and they trained a couple of times before flying out to Washington to take on the Capitals tomorrow.
The Canadiens will play their first game in nine days tonight when they visit the Washington Capitals.
The Canadiens were in Washington last night for their first game in 10 days and they were ready to play at least early on.
Having traded his most sought-after asset doesn’t mean that Kent Hughes will sit on his hands until the draft now, he’ll still try to better his team, but it may come as addition by subtraction.
The Canadiens will welcome Dallas at the Bell Centre this afternoon and they’ll do so with Alex Newhook in the line-up for the first time since November 30th.
The Canadiens almost managed to salvage a point against Dallas this afternoon, but it would have been all down to Samuel Montembeault’s brilliance, once again…
The Canadiens lost both the game and a pair of defensemen in what was a one-sided affair all the way through.
The Canadiens treated their fans to an unequivocal 5-0 win over the Ducks last night and the first line gave a good show.
The Canadiens will be taking on the Rangers tonight after their convincing 5-0 win over the Ducks.
For the second time in the span of a week, the Canadiens allowed a touchdown in a loss.
Tonight, the Canadiens will be hosting the Washington Capitals and Alexander Ovechkin at the Bell Center.
The Canadiens were in the game until the very end, but a defensive error led to the Capitals’ game-winning goal.
It may be a year later, but Anderson can expect the same type of trade deadline as he had last year, and he only has himself to blame.
The Habs will be taking on the Sabres in Montreal tonight.
The Canadiens suffered a second loss to the Sabres this season last night at the Bell Centre. The visitors went away with two important points in the standings and are now 6th in the Atlantic division, two points in front of Montreal.
It started well for the Canadiens, but once the tide turned, they just couldn’t overturn it.
The Canadiens will take on the Devils this afternoon in a rare matinee game.