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Old 11-03-2017, 08:44 PM   #41
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Montreal are at home at the Bell Center to face the Toronto Maple Leafs (17-22-6). Montreal leads the seasonal series 3-1-1 with the last meeting at the Bell Center resulting in a 0-0 tie. Both C Jeff Pilbeam and C Patrick Atkins will be in the line up tonight.


The 1st period was extremely tight checking, no goals and no penalties. The shots were 5-3 for the Leafs.


Montreal gets the lead 1-0 at 16:46 when RW Joey Mariani is sent in all alone by LW Emile Boudreau and Mariani buries his 12th upstairs. Montreal has full control of the play in the 2nd period out shooting the Leafs 9-2 in the 1st 18 minutes of the period. The period ends with Montreal leading 1-0 and outshooting Toronto 13-7.


Former Canadien LW Troy Hensick deflects one past G Bill Wolfenbarger for his 8th of the year at 1:18 and we are tied 1-1.


Montreal goes up 2-1 at 15:16 of the 3rd period when RW Joey Mariani tips C Dean Casey's shot for his 2nd of the night and 13th of the year. Montreal puts it away with a 3-1 goal at 18:46 when LW Emile Boudreau tips RD Rinat Sadriyev's shot for his 23rd of the season. Montreal goes on to win 3-1 with the final shots 28-16 for the Habs.


Montreal 3 Toronto 1


Montreal's LW Emile Boudreau is the 1st star with a goals and 2 assists. The 21 year old now has 23 goals and 39 points with 24 PIMs and a +25 rating in 44 games. Last season Boudreau had 17 goals and 56 points in 72 games with the Canadiens and Senators.


Washington Capitals C Jason Moser had 2 goals and an assist in a 4-3 win over the Bruins. The 21 year old now has 22 goals and 51 points with 16 PIMs and a +18 rating in 43 games. Last year Moser had 23 goals and 50 points in 72 games for the Capitals.


Detroit Red Wings LW Chad Deraspe had 2 assists in a 5-3 win over the Devils. The 21 year old now has 18 goals and 43 points with 46 PIMs and a +15 rating in 42 games. Last season Deraspe had 27 goals and 60 points in 72 games with the Red Wings.


Philadelphia Flyers C Hakan Nilsson had a goal in a 2-2 tie with the Penguins. The 21 year old now has 15 goals and 33 points with 30 PIMs and a -8 rating in 45 games. Last year Nilsson had 28 goals and 70 points in 72 games with the Flyers.
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Montreal is at home to the Washington Capitals (25-15-3). The Capitals won the only meeting this season 2-1 at the Bell Center. The Canadiens will start G Martin King.


Montreal grabs the early 1-0 lead as RD Steven Thornton goes 5-hole after converting a C Jeff Pilbeam feed at 4:37 of the 1st on the PP. The Capitals answer back quickly as RW Jude Jordan tips his 10th of the year past G Martin King at 5:39 and its 1-1. Washington goes up 2-1 as LW Jude Jordan gets his 2nd of the night and 11th of the year with another tip in at 17:02. Montreal ties it up 2-2 as LD Dominick Heatherington beats the Caps goalie down low with his 2nd of the year at 18:01. That is how the period ends with the shots 10-8 for Montreal.


Montreal goes up 3-2 on a scrambled play in which RW Zach Broderick swats at a loose puck and scores his 3rd of the year at 16:21 of the 2nd. After 17 minutes of the 2nd, Montreal is in control of the play out shooting the Capitals 12-5 in the period. The period ends with the Montreal 3-2 lead and shot lead of 23-14.


The score is still 3-2 but Montreal is in full control 6 minutes into the 3rd with a 7-0 shot lead. There is no scoring in the 3rd period and Montreal hangs on to win outshooting the Capitals 32-18


Montreal 3 Washington 2


Montreal's RD Steven Thornton was the 1st star with his goal and assist. The 32 year old now has 8 goals and 26 points with 33 PIMs and a +18 rating in 45 games. Last season Thornton had 6 goals and 33 points in 67 games for Montreal.


Nashville Predators LD Sergey Adaikin had an assist in a 3-3 tie with the Canucks. The 29 year old now has 5 goals and 24 points with 6 PIMs and a +24 rating in 45 games. Last year Adaikin had 8 goals and 37 points in 72 games with Nashville.

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Old 11-04-2017, 09:42 PM   #43
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Montreal is on the road for a date with the Devils, New Jersey (20-16-8) has yet to beat the Habs in 3 tries as Montreal won once and the teams have tied twice. There has been a total of 6 goals scored in the 3 games.


The period was close checking until about 5 minutes left in the period and Montreal get a lengthy 5 on 3 PP. Montreal is unable to score but the shots are 15-5 with just over 3 minutes left in the period. The period ends with the score tied 0-0 and the shots 17-5 for Montreal.


New Jersey gets on the board first as RW Kamil Nemeckay tips one past G Bill Wolfenbarger for his 3rd of the year at 0:22 of the 2nd period. The period ends with the score 1-0 for the Devils but the Habs outshooting New Jersey 23-8. Montreal will start the 3rd with a 8 second 5 on 3 PP.


The Devils kill the brief 5 on 3 and then go ahead 2-0 at 4:16 when C Todd Carlson converts on the wrap around for his 21st of the season. Montreal has all the momentum now with under 5 minutes left in the game, the shots are 12-3 in the 3rd for Montreal. With 3:33 left in the game, Montreal will go on their 3rd 5 on 3 PP for 1:55. New Jersey gets a 3rd penalty just 33 seconds later. Montreal were unable to convert and lose for the first time in a long time. The final shots were 39-11 for Montreal.


New Jersey 2 Montreal 0


New Jersey G Bob Cash was named the first star with his 39 saves. The 31 year old is now 11-5-4 with 2 SO's, a 2.22 GAA and a .925 SV% in 21 games. For his career, Cash has 49 wins with a 2.24 GAA and a .914 SV% with 6 SO's in 93 NHL games.


Detroit Red Wings RD Lonnie Wymer had 2 goals in a 5-1 win over the Maple Leafs. The 29 year old now has 9 goals and 27 points with 32 PIMs and a +8 rating in 44 games. For his career, Wymer has 36 goals and 116 points in 245 NHL games.


Chicago Blackhawks G Armando Ramos made 31 saves in a 3-0 win over the Predators. The 21 year old is now 13-17-5 with 5 SO's, a 2.61 GAA and a .925 SV% in 36 games. Ramos is in his rookie season.


St Louis Blues LD Nick Keller had 2 assists in a 4-1 win over the Stars. The 32 year old now has 2 goals and 19 points with 2 PIMs and a +2 rating in 42 games. For his career, Keller has 27 goals and 106 points in 250 NHL games.

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Montreal doesn't get much chance to lick their wounds after last nights loss as they are home to the Philadelphia Flyers (19-20-8) Montreal will start G Martin King. Montreal has outscored the Flyers 14-2 in 3 games going 2-0-1.


Montreal grabs an early 1-0 lead when LW Emile Boudreau tips in his 24th of the year at 2:18. Philly ties it up 1-1 at 5:50 when C Zach Paterson grabs his own rebound and beats G Martin King for his 12th of the season. Montreal gets the lead back quickly as LW Emile Boudreau gets his 2nd of the night, 25th of the year at 6:44 and its 2-1. The 1st ends with the score 2-1 for Montreal and a shot lead favoring Philadelphia 12-10.


There is no scoring in the 2nd period, the score remains 2-1 for Montreal but Montreal leads on the shot clock now 20-17.


Montreal goes up 3-1 on RW Joey Mariani's slap shot at 12:27 for his 14th goal of the season. Montreal hangs on for the win as C Jeff Pilbeam looked a little hobbled when he left the ice. The final shots were 25-25.


Montreal 3 Philadelphia 1


Montreal RW Joey Mariani was the 1st star with a goal and 2 assists. The 21 year old now has 14 goals and 44 points with 22 PIMs and a +25 rating in 47 games. For his career, Mariani has 40 goals and 129 points in 188 NHL games.


Montreal announces after the game that C Jeff Pilbeam is listed as day to day with a sore hamstring. The 31 year old has 6 goals and 15 points with 21 PIMs and a +11 rating in 41 games. For his career, Pilbeam has 79 goals and 177 points in 257 NHL games.


Detroit Red Wings RD Nelson Koller had an assist in a 2-1 win over the Senators. The 34 year old now has 2 goals and 23 points with 24 PIMs and a +10 rating in 45 games. For his career, Koller has 25 goals and 108 points in 252 NHL games.


Washington Capitals C Jason Moser had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 win over the Islanders. The 21 year old now has 23 goals and 53 points with 20 PIMs and a +16 rating in 46 games. For his career, Moser has 72 goals and 149 points in 190 NHL games.


Winnipeg Jets RD Michael Watson had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over the Oilers. The 33 year old now has 11 goals and 34 points with 6 PIMs and a +11 rating in 46 games. For his career, Watson has 52 goals and 171 points in 243 NHL games.

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Montreal plays for the 3rd time in 3 nights traveling to Detroit to face the (24-16-5) Red Wings. Montreal is 3-1 in 4 games with Detroit winning 4-0 the last time the played in the Little Caesar's Place.


The first period ends in a 0-0 tie with the shots 14-9 for Montreal. Detroit had the only PP of the period.


Montreal goes up 1-0 at 9:00 of the 2nd while on a 5 on 3 PP when C Patrick Atkins gets his 15th of the year on a RW Zach Broderick feed. The period ends with Montreal up 1-0 and out shooting Detroit 18-14.


The Red Wings get a 5 on 3 of their own and convert at 10:13 of the 3rd when RD Daniel Jelinek gets his 4th of the season beating G Bill Wolfenbarger. Montreal gets that one back, on the PP when LW Eric Brenner gets his 4th of the year tipping RW Joey Mariani's shot at 13:11 of the 3rd. Its now 2-1 for the Habs. Montreal hangs on for the win getting out shot 23-21 by Detroit.


Montreal 2 Detroit 1


Montreal LW Eric Brenner was the 1st star with his goal. The 20 year old now has 4 goals and 6 points with 4 PIMs and a +1 rating in 22 games. Brenner is in his 1st year of NHL play as a rookie.


Nashville Predators LD Sergey Adaikin had a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over the Jets. The 29 year old now has 6 goals and 26 points with 6 PIMs and a +26 rating in 47 games. Adaikin started his career in 2000-01 with the St Louis Blues and signed as a free agent for the 2001-02 season as a Predator.
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Montreal are at home to the New Jersey Devils (21-16-9) The Devils and Habs have each won a game and tied twice in four meetings. The Devils most recently beat Montreal 2-0.


New Jersey jumps out to a 1-0 lead at 4:17 when LD William Bouchard gets his 7th of the season beating G Bill Wolfenbarger. The period ends with the Devils leading 1-0 and 12-9 in shots.


There was no scoring in the 2nd, with the Devils still up 1-0. Montreal will start the 3rd period with a 1:35 PP and are now outshooting the Devils 19-18.


Montreal tie the score at 1:32 of the 3rd period, with exactly 1 second left on the PP. RW Petr Klusacek gets his own rebound and gets his 8th of the year. Montreal goes up 2-1 as C Phil Wheeler snaps his 3rd of the season home at 5:36. Montreal goes up 3-1 on the PP as RW Zach Broderick bangs home a rebound at 15:49 for his 4th of the year. Montreal ends up beating the Devils 3-1 with the shots 41-20 in the game.


Montreal 3 New Jersey 1


Montreal RW Petr Klusacek had a goal and was the 1st star. The 21 year old now has 8 goals and 18 points with 32 PIMs and a +18 rating in 49 games. Klusacek was Montreal's 126th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.


Winnipeg Jets G Jeremy Lawson made 29 saves in a 1-0 win over the Bruins. The 33 year old now has a 20-6-4 record with 6 SO's, a 1.64 GAA and a .933 SV% in 31 games. Lawson started his career with the Islanders in 2000-01, he signed as a free agent for the Maple Leafs for the 2002-03 season but was traded to the Senators before the season started. On July 1st, 2003 the Senators traded Lawson to the Jets.


The Boston Bruins and the Detroit Red Wings make a major trade today. The Bruins will send RW Ken Patterson and LW Xavier Gregoire to the Red Wings in exchange for G Harvey Stevens and C Reid Chiesa. The 28 year old Patterson has 15 goals and 41 points with 45 PIMs and a +14 rating with the Bruins in 43 games. Patterson had played his whole NHL career 239 games with the Bruins since the league formed in 2000.
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Montreal will host the Detroit Red Wings (24-18-5) to the Bell Center tonight. Montreal leads the seasonal series 4-1-0 including a 4-1 win the last time they played in Montreal.


Detroit breaks the ice at 10:46 when LW Bill Dennis gets his 1st of the season on a deflection to make it 1-0. Detroit goes up 2-0 at 16:23 when LW Chad Deraspe wrists home his own rebound for his 19th of the year beating G Bill Wolfenbarger on the PP. Shortly after newly acquired RW Ken Patterson gets his 1st as a Red Wing at 16:36 tipping in his 16th of the year. Detroit RD Daniel Jelinek gets his 6th of the year at 18:39 and it is now 4-0 Detroit. The period mercifully ends for Montreal with the shots 9-9.


Montreal does get on the board on the PP, RD Steven Thornton gets his 9th of the year at 16:06 of the 2nd period and Montreal has made it 4-1. The period ends that way and the shots now favour Montreal 19-16 but the Red Wings lead.


Montreal gets to within 2 at 4-2 when RW Petr Klusacek redirects C Phil Wheeler's shot at 10:59 for his 9th of the year. Detroit puts it out of reach with an empty netter at 19:29 when C Alex Joaquin deposits his 16th into the empty cage. The final shots were 28-25 for the Red Wings.


Detroit 5 Montreal 2


Detroit RD Daniel Jelinek had a goal and an assist and was the 1st star. The 21 year old now has 6 goals and 18 points with 21 PIMs and a +15 rating in 36 games. Jelinek was drafted 70th overall by the Red Wings in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.
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Montreal Canadiens Stats and Musings


The Canadiens arrive at the trade deadline with the best record in the NHL. A complete turnaround from the 24-41-7 record for 55 points last year. Baring a complete disaster over the final 22 games, the Canadiens are 20 points ahead of the 3rd place Devils fighting for 1 of 2 playoff spots in the Atlantic. The question is..... do we do anything that could screw up the chemistry of the team at the deadline? Do we have any serious needs? The team is ranked 1st in goals against giving up just 75 goals in 50 games, the closest team to the Habs is the Rangers and they have given up 94 goals. Montreal is 2nd in scoring with 142 goals, just 4 goals behind the top scoring Red Wings with 146. The only area we could possibly address would be that the Canadiens are ranked 20th in hits, could we find a forward that could address that need?

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In goal the Canadiens have a fantastic 1-2 punch. Bill Wolfenbarger has set a career high for wins and has nearly a 3rd of the season left. Martin King has been stellar in relief, his best GAA for his career going into the season was 2.92 in 2000-01 in 28 games.

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The Canadiens don't expect a lot of offense from their defense. Thornton leads the way in scoring and ice time with over 24 minutes per game. He is usually paired with Heatherington who is averaging 22 minutes per game. Reynolds is slowly seeing his ice time reduced over the past 4 seasons, 1 because of age and 2 because of the depth Montreal has now on D. Montreal have Heatherington, Lavoie and Thornton all on expiring contracts at the end of the year.

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Patrick Atkins is a good looking rookie, he leads all rookie forwards in points in the NHL this season. Atkins also leads the Habs with 7 PPG this year. We talked about hits earlier, Randolph Lott leads the team with 96 hits, Emile Boudreau is 2nd at 84. This is an area Montreal may explore during the trade deadline before February 1st. Montreal has the following forwards on expiring contracts, Boudreau, Wass, Casey, Courcy, Wheeler and Mariani.

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Montreal goes to the Air Canada Center to face the Toronto Maple Leafs (18-25-7). Montreal leads the seasonal series 4-1-1 including a 5-2 win the last time the teams met in Toronto. G Martin King will get the start.


Toronto scores late in a cautious 1st period, RD Bryan Simmons slapper beats G Martin King for a 1-0 lead at 19:48 for his 2nd goal of the year. The period ends with the shots 7-5 for Montreal.


Toronto goes up 2-0 at 7:02 of the 2nd when RW Derek Cole's deflection gives him 3 on the season. Leafs LW Rhett Mallen knocks in a rebound at 17:03 of the 2nd to make it 3-0. For Mallen, it was his 5th of the year. The 2nd period ends with the shots 14-13 for Montreal.


The Leafs grab a 4-0 lead at 8:31 of the 3rd when RW Shawn McElroy's wrap around goes in for his 7th of the season. Montreal dominated play through most of the 3rd with the shots 15-4 in the 3rd and 29-17 for the game but the Leafs prevail.


Toronto 4 Montreal 0


Toronto G Ali Garib made 29 saves in the shutout and was the 1st star. The 20 year old is now 13-10-3 with 6 SO's, a 2.15 GAA and a .923 SV% in 27 games.


New York Rangers LW Francois Roy had a goal in a 3-0 win over the Blackhawks. The 29 year old now has 21 goals and 39 points with 38 PIMs and a +20 rating in 48 games.


Calgary Flames C Trent Powell had a goal in a 3-2 win over the Canucks. The 29 year old now has 16 goals and 41 points with 38 PIMs and a +13 rating in 51 games with the Flames and Maple Leafs. Powell was nominated for the 2001 Best Defensive Forward Award.


New Jersey Devils RD Eric Moser had 1 goal and an assist in a 5-4 win over the Penguins. The 34 year old now has 6 goals and 31 points with 22 PIMs and a +22 rating in 49 games. In 2003, Moser was nominated for the MVP Award and Defenseman of the Year Award.


Buffalo Sabres RW Craig Tollison had 2 goals in a 3-2 win over the Jets. The 30 year old now has 22 goals and 46 points with 12 PIMs and a -5 rating in 50 games.


Detroit Red Wings RW Ken Patterson had 2 goals in a 2-0 win over the Islanders. The 28 year old now has 15 goals and 41 points with 46 PIMs and a +14 rating.


Philadelphia Flyers LW John Russell had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over the Rangers. The 33 year old now has 16 goals and 39 points with 12 PIMs and a -4 rating in 50 games. Russell was a member of the 2002 Stanley Cup Winning Flyers.


Pittsburgh Penguins C Alyaksandr Lyasyuk was named the NHL Player of the Month. The 21 year old has 11 goals and 31 points with 50 PIMs and a +11 rating in 49 games. Lyasyuk set a career high with 45 points in 66 games for the Penguins in his rookie season, 2001-02.


Pittsburgh Penguins G Dewey Hopkins was named the NHL Goalie of the Month. The 29 year old is 13-11-4 with 3 SO's, a 2.46 GAA and a .906 SV% in 29 games. Hopkins set a career high with 18 wins for the Penguins last year.
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The Canadiens will host the Rangers (27-14-8). The two teams have split 2 games in New York this season, they will be playing at the Bell Center for the 1st time this season.


Montreal takes a 1-0 lead at 6:28 when LW David Wass slaps one past the Rangers netminder for his 8th of the season. The period ends with Montreal up 1-0 but getting out shot 9-8.


Montreal grabs a 2-0 lead as C Patrick Atkins wrist shot at 8:05 of the 2nd period finds twine for his 16th goal of the year. Canadiens C Dean Casey gets in his 1st career NHL fight in the 2nd period, he finished 2nd. The Rangers dominated the 2nd period but trail 2-0, the shots are now 24-13 for New York.


The Rangers get within 1 as C Chris Wilgosh takes the puck to the net and beats G Bill Wolfenbarger with his 15th goal of the year at 11:10 of the 3rd period, its now 2-1 Montreal. Montreal gets back the 2 goal lead as LD Anthony Reynolds gets his 2nd of the year at 18:52 and its now 3-1 for the Habs. Montreal holds on for the win. The final shots were 35-22 for the Rangers.


Montreal 3 New York 1


Montreal LD Anthony Reynolds had a goal and an assist and is the 1st star. The 35 year old now has 2 goals and 16 points with 28 PIMs and a +28 rating in 52 games. Reynolds had a career high 26 points in 63 games with the Canadiens in 2000-01 season.


New Jersey Devils LD Eric Moser had 2 goals in a 4-1 win over the Sabres. The 34 year old now has 8 goals and 33 points with 22 PIMs and a +8 rating in 51 games. Moser had a career high 58 points in 72 games last year with the Devils.


Montreal Canadiens G Martin King has signed a 3 year, $6.6 M deal today. The 24 year old is now 8-3-1 with 5 SO's and a 1.29 GAA with a .942 SV%. King set a career high with 10 wins during the 2000-01 season in 28 games for Montreal.
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Montreal are home on back to back nights and will face the Colorado Avalanche. (23-23-8) Montreal and Colorado are meeting for the 1st time this year. G Martin King will get the start.


The 1st period is scoreless with the shots being 8-6 in favor of the Avalanche.


The Avs score 1st, RW Matt Battle beats G Martin King with his 10th of the year at 8:47 of the 2nd and its 1-0 for Colorado. Montreal ties it up 1-1 at 12:49 when RW Joey Mariani tips in RD Steven Thornton's shot for his 15th goal of the season. The period ends 1-1 with the shots 17-14 for Colorado.


Montreal grabs the lead 2-1 late in the 3rd period on the PP, C Jeff Pilbeam gets his 7th of the year at 17:29. Montreal had to kill the 1:50 while being short handed but won the game. The final shots were 25-20 for Colorado.


Montreal 2 Colorado 1


Montreal RW Joey Mariani was named the 1st star with his 1 goal. The 21 year old now has 15 goals and 47 points with 24 PIMs and a +25 rating in 53 games. Mariani set a career high with 51 points last year in 72 games with the Canadiens.


Montreal Canadiens LD Dominick Heatherington signs a 3 year, $5.7 extension today. The 20 year old now has 2 goals and 13 points with 20 PIMs and a +16 rating in 53 games. Heatherington set a career high with 28 points last year in 61 games with the Canadiens and Predators.


Montreal Canadiens RD Steven Thornton signs a 3 year, $15.4 M extension. The 32 year old now has 9 goals and 28 points with 37 PIMs and a +14 rating in 53 games. Thornton set a career high with 38 points during the 2000-01 season when he played 61 games for the Canadiens.


Montreal Canadiens LD Vincent Lavoie has signed a 3 year, $5.3 M extension today. The 20 year old has 5 goals and 15 points with 22 PIMs and a +17 rating in 53 games. Lavoie set a career high with 23 points last season in 72 games with Montreal.
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Montreal is on the road to face the Detroit Red Wings (28-18-5) at the Little Caesars Place. The teams have met 6 times this season with the Habs leading the series 4-2 including a 2-1 win the last time they met in Detroit.


Detroit had 4 shots on an early PP but could not beat G Bill Wolfenbarger. Montreal has one as well midway through the 1st and get 3 shots themselves but still scoreless. Detroit does get on the board first with a goal from LW Chad Deraspe, his 21st of the year at 18:36. The period ends with the Red Wings leading 1-0 and the shots even a 9 apiece.


Montreal ties it up 1-1 at 2:08 when C Dean Casey deflects LD Anthony Reynold's shot for his 11th of the season. Although not on the score sheet, the goal was set up by LW Emile Boudreau beating the Detroit defender to a loose puck on a dump in. Detroit goes back up 2-1 when LW Paul Brown tips in a point shot for his 24th of the year at 9:55. Montreal gets a PP late in the period but manage just 1 shot on goal. The period ends with Detroit leading 2-1 and the shots favor the Red Wings as well 19-14.


Montreal kills of a penalty early in the 3rd allowing the Red Wings just 1 shot. The Habs have to kill another shortly after and Detroit does not even get a shot. Detroit gets the lead extended at 7:43 when RW Josef Hanak deposits a rebound for his 10th of the year and its now 3-1. Its all Detroit in the 3rd period as they out shoot Montreal 14-5 in the period and 33-19 in the game for a 3-1 win.


Detroit 3 Montreal 1


Detroit RW Josef Hanak is the 1st star with his goal and 2 assists. The 35 year old now has 10 goals and 28 points with 28 PIMs and a +16 rating in 47 games. Hanak set a career high with 70 points last year in 72 games for the Capitals.


The Montreal Canadiens have announced they have signed LD Berislav Salov to a 3 year, $3.1 M deal. The 21 year old has 5 goals and 20 points with 31 PIMs and a -1 rating in 46 AHL games for Montreal this year. Salov set a career high with 8 goals during the 2001-02 season in 62 games with Montreal's AHL team.


The Montreal Canadiens have announced they have signed C Dean Casey to a 3 year, $4.6 M deal. The 21 year old has 11 goals and 40 points with 29 PIMs and a +26 rating in 54 games. His previous career high for goals was last year when he had 9 in 46 games for Montreal.


The Montreal Canadiens have announced they have signed LW Emile Boudreau to a 3 year, $10.0 M deal. The 21 year old has 25 goals and 43 points with 38 PIMs and a +27 rating in 54 games. Boudreau's previous career high for goals was 17 last year in 72 games with Montreal and Ottawa.
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Montreal continues on the road with a visit to the Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils (25-18-10) The teams have played 5 times this season with Montreal going 2-1-2.


Montreal gets the ice breaker at 3:29 when C Jeff Pilbeam's face off win finds LW David Wass and he blasts it in for his 9th of the year. Shortly later, C Jeff Pilbeam has LD Dominick Heatherington's shot hit him and deflect in the Devils net for his 8th of year at 3:56 and its 2-0. Montreal get a PP with about 7 minutes left in the period, they manage to get 3 shots but the score remains 2-0. The Devils get a PP of their own with about 5 minutes left but Montreal holds them with out a shot, but seconds later LW Tyler Piscelli's wrap around beats G Bill Wolfenbarger and its 2-1 now at 18:17 with his 2nd goal of the season. That is how the period ends with the shots favouring Montreal 11-9.


It only takes seconds into the 2nd period for the Devils to tie it up 2-2. RW Billy Aschim gets his 12th of the year at 0:27. With 17 minutes left in the period, Montreal kills off a penalty allowing 1 shot. Montreal gets a PP with just over 2 minutes left in the period, they pump 5 shots at the Devils net but are thwarted each time. The period ends with the score 2-2 and Montreal leading the shots 19-16.


Montreal come out flying in the 3rd period, half way through the 3rd Montreal has out shot New Jersey 6-0 and will get a PP chance. Montreal does not even get a shot on goal during the 2 minute Devil's minor. Montreal will get a PP with just 25 seconds left in the game. They do not manage a shot and the game ends 2-2 with the final shots 30-19 for Montreal.


Montreal 2 New Jersey 2


New Jersey RD Laine McMullin was the 1st star with his assist. The 20 year old has 3 goals and 13 points with 40 PIMs and a +17 rating in 52 games. McMullen is in his 2nd season in the NHL, he had a 5 goals last year in 67 games for the Devils.


Detroit Red Wings RD Lonnie Wymer had 2 assists in a 4-4 tie with the Bruins. The 29 year has 9 goals and 30 points with 34 PIMs and a +9 rating in 53 games. Wymer set a career high with 10 goals in 72 games for the Red Wings in 2001-02.


The Montreal Canadiens announced they have signed RW Joey Mariani to a 3 year, $8.6 M deal. The 21 year old has 15 goals and 47 points with 28 PIMs and a +24 rating in 55 games. Mariani had a career high 18 goals in 72 games for Montreal last season. With the signing, the Canadiens have extended all 3 members of their 1st line (Casey and Boudreau) for the next few seasons.

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Montreal travels to the unfriendly confines of the TD Gardens to face the Boston Bruins. (21-22-10) The Bruins and Habs have faced 5 times this year with the Habs leading the series 3-2. Montreal won 2-1 in Boston the last time they were in the TD Gardens. G Martin King will get the start on back to back nights for Montreal.


The first half of the 1st period was tight checking with the shots 4-2 for Montreal. Montreal does get the 1-0 goal at 17:16 when C Patrick Atkins tips RW Zach Broderick's shot for his 17th of the season. Montreal gets a late PP with just over 2 minutes left in the period, they get 5 shots but the score remains 1-0. The 1st ends that way with the final shots 15-3 for Montreal.


Boston goes on the PP in 2nd with at about the 7 minute mark, the Canadiens hold them with out a shot on the 2 minute minor. Canadiens C Jeff Pilbeam gets a boarding minor at 10:48, again the Habs have a successful while giving up a pair of shots. Boston will go to the PP again with just over 4 minutes remaining in the period and RD Steven Thornton off for hooking. The Bruins get 2 shots but did not beat G Martin King. The period ends with the score still 1-0 but Montreal did not get a shot in the period but still lead in shots 15-10.


We will see if the momentum changes when veteran LW Randolph Lott gets into a fight at about the 5 minute mark of the 3rd. The Bruins will get another chance on the PP with just over 3 minutes left in the game as RW Robert Cull gets called for tripping. The Bruins will lose the man advantage with a minor of their own for hooking with about 2 minutes left. Montreal kills the clock and holds on for a 1-0 win with the final shots on goal 24-17 for the Habs.


Montreal 1 Boston 0


Montreal rookie C Patrick Atkins gets the 1st star with his 1 goal. The 20 year old now has 17 goals and 42 points with 16 PIMs and a +9 rating in 54 games. Atkins set a career high with 33 goals in his final season in the CHL with the Red Deer Rebels in 43 games.


Detroit Red Wings LW Chad Deraspe had 2 goals in a 2-2 tie with the Rangers. The 21 year old has 24 goals and 55 points with 76 PIMs and a +16 rating in 54 games. Deraspe had a career high 27 goals last year with Detroit in 72 games.


The Montreal Canadiens have signed C James Courcy to a 3 year, $5.4 M deal. The 20 year old has 4 goals and 6 points with 34 PIMs and a +6 rating in 40 games. Courcy set a career high with 5 goals last year in 55 games for Montreal.


The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they will not offer a renewal contract to LW David Wass. The 34 year old has 9 goals and 23 points with 8 PIMs and a +12 rating in 56 games. Wass had a career high 16 goals during the 2001-02 season with Montreal in 71 games. Montreal has decided that with Wass getting only 13-14 minutes per game on the 3rd line that the money could be spent on up and coming younger players for next season.
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Montreal plays for the 3rd straight night, at home against the New Jersey Devils (25-18-11) In 6 meetings this season the two teams have tied 3 times with Montreal winning 2 of the other 3. Montreal won 3-1 the last time the teams met in Montreal.


The Devils will get an early PP as RW Robert Cull is called for hooking. The Devils got a couple of shots, but G Bill Wolfenbarger was equal to the task. The Devils get a 2nd PP shortly after with just over 5 minutes gone in the period, C Patrick Atkins is off for hooking. Again the Devils get a couple of shots but the game remains 0-0. Montreal gets the opening goal, LW Emile Boudreau redirects RD Sinat Sadriyev's shot for his 26th goal of the season at 11:03 of the 1st. The period ends with the Canadiens leading on the scoreboard but the Devils leading 13-7 in shots.


Montreal will get their 1st PP of the game just a minute into the 2nd period. The Habs get a couple of shots but the score is still 1-0. Montreal is playing much better in the 2nd period and extend the lead to 2-0 at 12:02 when LD Richard Nytra converts LW David Wass's feed for his 4th goal of the season. Montreal will get another PP with just over 2 minutes remaining in the period. A couple of seconds after that Montreal will go on a 5 on 3 PP with the Devils taking a boarding penalty. Just after the 1st penalty expires, RW Billy Aschim is sent in on a breakaway and he scores SH at 19:49 making it 2-1 with his 13th goal of the year. That's how the period ends with the shots now 21-19 for Montreal.


With just over a minute gone in the 3rd period, Montreal is back on the PP as a result of a Devil tripping penalty. The Habs get 2 shots but the score remains 2-1. Montreal does a good job of shutting down the Devils in the 3rd allowing just 5 shots in winning the game. Montreal out shot the Devils 31-24 for the game.


Montreal 2 New Jersey 1


Montreal LW Emile Boudreau had a goal in being the 1st star. The 21 year old has 26 goals and 44 points with 38 PIMs and a +27 rating in 57 games. Boudreau has beat his previous high of 17 goals last year in 72 games.


The Montreal Canadiens have extended C Phil Wheeler with a 2 year, $ 3.4 M deal. The 31 year old has 3 goal and 7 points with 10 PIMs and a +2 rating in 40 games this year. Last year he had 11 goals and 26 points in 72 games for Montreal.


Nashville Predators LW Jeremy Mercier had 2 assists in a 3-0 win over the Blues. The 20 year old has 11 goals and 47 points with 16 PIMs and a +21 rating in 58 games. Last year Mercier had 22 goals and 67 points in 72 games with the Predators.


The Montreal Canadiens have signed LW Aribert Senf to a 2 year, $1.4 M deal. The 27 year old has 6 goals and 15 points with 27 PIMs and a -7 rating in 32 AHL games for Montreal. Last year, Senf had 2 goals and 8 points in 44 games with Montreal.
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The New York Rangers (28-18-11) make a visit to the Bell Center. Montreal is 2-1 in 3 games with the Rangers. Montreal won 3-1 the last time the two teams go together in Montreal.


Montreal gets the 1-0 lead at 1:32 when LW Emile Boudreau knocked a Ranger player off the puck and it resulted in RW Joey Mariani scoring his 16th of the season. There was no further scoring in the 1st, Montreal out shot the Rangers 13-6.


Montreal will get the 1st PP of the game as the Rangers get a holding call with just over 2 minutes played in the 2nd. Montreal capitalizes on the PP with RW Joey Mariani's 2nd of the game and 17th of the season at 4:00 and a 2-0 lead. Montreal will go SH for the 1st time after LW Eric Brenner goes off for interference with just over 5 minutes gone in the period. The Rangers get a pair of shots on the PP but still trail 2-0. Montreal will have to kill another PP 9 minutes into the period as LW Emile Boudreau goes off for boarding. The Rangers make the Canadiens pay this time as RD James Lambert gets his 4th of the season beating G Bill Wolfenbarger at 10:58 and its now 2-1. Montreal go back on the PP with just over 3 minutes left in the 2nd as a result of a Ranger tripping penalty. Montreal gets 3 shots on the PP but it is still 2-1. The period ends that way with Montreal leading in shots 25-17.


The Rangers will get a chance to tie it up with just under 10 minutes left in the game and Montreal RW Joey Mariani going off for high sticking. The Rangers get 3 shots on the PP but Montreal holds the Rangers PP off. The Rangers make it 2-2 at 13:23 when RW Spencer Hambling blasts his 4th of the year. The game ends in a 2-2 tie with the shots 32-28 for Montreal.


Montreal 2 New York 2


Montreal RW Joey Mariani is the 1st star with his 2 goals. The 21 year old has 17 goals and 49 points with 30 PIMs and a +25 rating in 58 games. Last year Mariani had 18 goals and 51 points in 72 games for Montreal.


New Jersey Devils RD Eric Moser had 3 assists in a 5-2 win over the Flyers. The 34 year old now has 9 goals and 38 points with 24 PIMs and a +8 rating in 58 games. For his career, Moser has 37 goals and 177 points in 269 NHL games.


Colorado Avalanche C Voldymyr Ulanov will miss up to 4 months with a fractured fibula. The 29 year old has 22 goals and 40 points with 36 PIMs and a +0 rating in 58 games with the Avalanche and Predators. For his career, Ulanov has 47 goals and 111 points in 201 NHL games.
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Montreal travels a short distance to the Nations capital to meet the Senators (19-25-13) in Ottawa. The two teams have met 3 times with Montreal winning 2, the last one in Ottawa was 3-2 for Montreal. The Habs will start G Martin King between the pipes.


Ottawa opens the scoring early at 3:53 when C Jean-Thomas Audy beats G Martin King for his 11th goal of the season and a 1-0 lead. Montreal C Dean Casey is sent in all alone by RW Joey Mariani and he beats the Sens goalie for his 12th of the year at 5:41 and we are tied 1-1. Both teams have scored on their 1st shot in goal of the game. Ottawa goes up 2-1 at 11:02 when LW Carsten Jensen's deflection goes in for his 5th of the season. Montreal ties it up again, RW Robert Cull deposits a loose rebound in the net at 12:03 for his 8th of the season and a 2-2 tie. Ottawa will get the 1st PP at 17:55 as RW Zach Broderick goes off for roughing. It did not take long for the Sens to capitalize on the PP, RW Klaus Rossignol scores on a rebound at 18:13 and its now 3-2. Montreal will get a late PP, the Sens are called for interference at 19:43 of the period. The Habs don't get a shot over the final 17 seconds and will start the 2nd on the PP with the shots so far 12-10 for the Sens.


Montreal does get 3 shots on the PP to start the 2nd but the score remains 3-2 for the Sens. Montreal will get another chance though as the Sens get called for tripping at 6:10. Montreal gets another 3 shots on the 2nd PP, but still no goal. At 9:45 the Sens RD Patrick Bazlik scores his 1st goal of the year and the Sens are now up 4-2. Montreal gets it back to 4-3 as C Jeff Pilbeam tips RW Robert Cull's shot for his 9th of the season at 17:45. The period ends with the shots now favoring Montreal 24-18.


Montreal's comeback will be delayed as LW Emile Boudreau gets sent off for goaltender interference at 11:45. Montreal will be down 2 men as C Dean Casey is called for cross-checking at 12:22. Montreal gives up 5 shots but King holds his ground before the Sens get called for interference at 13:58. There will be 24 seconds of 4 on 4 and then the Habs will get a short PP. Montreal does get a PP marker to tie the game. C Jeff Pilbeam gets his 10th of the year on the PP at 15:42 to tie it 4-4. Montreal gets another goal just 19 seconds later as LD Richard Nytra gets his 5th of the year at 16:01. Montreal holds off any comeback by the Sens with the win. The final shots were 29-29.


Montreal 5 Ottawa 4


Montreal C Jeff Pilbeam had 2 goals and an assist as the 1st star. The 31 year old now has 10 goals and 23 points with 23 PIMs and a +12 rating in 50 games. For his career, Pilbeam has 83 goals and 185 points in 266 NHL games.


St Louis Blues RD Brett Pysyk had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 win over the Red Wings. The 30 year old has 4 goals and 36 points with 20 PIMs and a -1 rating in 60 games. For his career, Pysyk has 35 goals and 157 points in 267 NHL games.


Washington Capitals C Jason Moser had a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over the Maple Leafs. The 21 year old has 30 goals and 63 points with 22 PIMs and a +15 rating in 59 games. For his career, Moser has 79 goals and 159 points in 203 NHL games.


Calgary Flames C Trent Powell had a goal in a 2-1 win over the Golden Knights. The 29 year old has 21 goals and 49 points with 44 PIMs and a +17 rating in 59 games with the Leafs and Flames. For his career, Powell has 68 goals and 175 points in 229 NHL games.
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Montreal will host the Detroit Red Wings (30-21-7) at the Bell Center. Montreal are 4-3-0 against the Red Wings including a 5-2 loss the last time they met in Montreal.


Montreal will get an early PP as the Red Wings are called for tripping at 1:03. Montreal does not get a shot on goal during the PP. Detroit opens the scoring at 8:09 when RD Daniel Jelinek gets his 8th of the year and its 1-0. The shots are 10-0 at the time Detroit scored. The Red Wings go up 2-0 at 12:18 of the 1st as C Alex Joaquin gets his 17th on a deflection. The shots are now 14-0 for Detroit. Montreal will now be SH as LD Richard Nytra is sent off for tripping at 13:25. Detroit goes up 3-0 at 15:11 on the PP as RD Lonnie Wymer gets his 10th of the year. The shots are now 19-0. Detroit will go to the sin bin, 2 for boarding at 16:40. Montreal again does not get a shot on goal. The period ends with a 3-0 Detroit lead and 21-0 lead in shots.


It took nearly 23 minutes, but Montreal finally got a shot on goal. Montreal will get a PP as a result of a Red Wing high sticking minor at 10:26. Montreal gets a shot but the score is still 3-0 after the PP. Montreal will get another chance on another Red Wing minor at 12:52. Montreal does get another shot, but still unable to score on the PP. The period ends with the shots 28-8 for Detroit.


Detroit goes up 4-0 at 6:16 of the 3rd when RW Edmund Perkins gets his 5th of the year. The Red Wings are starting to run it up now on the Habs as LW Chad Deraspe gets his 25th of the season at 8:41 and a 5-0 lead. Montreal's RD Steven Thornton gets called for slashing at 11:47 and the Red Wings will go on the PP. The Wings capitalize again on the PP and its 6-0 as LW Chad Deraspe gets his 26th at 13:02. Montreal goes break the shut out at 19:09 when LD Dominick Heatherington gets his 3rd of the year on a rebound of C Patrick Atkin's shot. The game ends mercifully for the Habs with the final shots 42-18 for the Red Wings.


Detroit 6 Montreal 1


Detroit LW Chad Deraspe is the 1st star with his 2 goals. The 21 year old has 26 goals and 57 points with 76 PIMs and a +20 rating in 59 games. For his career, Deraspe has 75 goals and 156 points in 203 NHL games.


Washington Capitals C Jason Moser had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over the Penguins. The 21 year old has 31 goals and 65 points with 24 PIMs and a +16 rating in 61 games. Moser was the Capitals 8th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.

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