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Old 11-10-2017, 11:31 PM   #61
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The Canadiens have 12 games left this season to get ready what is almost a guaranteed spot. The Canadiens will play 7 of the final 12 on the road including tonights visit to the PPG Paints Center and the Pittsburgh Penguins (24-25-9) Before the game Montreal sent down RW Li Wei, the 22 year old has 2 goals and 4 points with 4 PIMs and a -1 rating in 30 games with Montreal. Montreal recalled LW Aribert Senf, the 27 year old has 7 goals and 16 points with 42 PIMs and a -6 rating in 35 AHL games.


The 1st period ends scoreless 0-0 and the Pens get the only PP opportunity. The shots are 13-6 for the Penguins.


The Pens get the 1st goal of the game at 8:09 when RW Chris Trevor gets his 12th on a deflection that beats G Bill Wolfenbarger for a 1-0 lead. The Penguins go up 2-0 at 13:08 as LW Marc-Antoine Lessard gets his 8th on a wrap around. The Penguins lead 2-0 after the 2nd period leading 30-18 in the shots as well.


The Penguins go up 3-0 at 1:18 of the 3rd when LW Edward Annuziato tips in his 12th of the season. Montreal does not get a sniff in the 3rd but had a better period. The shots finished at 34-27 for the Penguins.


Pittsburgh 3 Montreal 0


Pittsburgh G Dewey Hopkins made 27 saves and was the 1st star. The 29 year old is 16-15-6 with 5 SO's and a 2.43 GAA, a .904 SV% in 38 games. Hopkins started his career with the Senators. He was traded to the Devils for a 6th round pick in September 2000. The Devils traded him to the Red Wings for a 3rd round pick on October 6th, 2001. He then signed as a free agent with the Penguins on July 8th, 2002.


Buffalo Sabres LD Derek Bright had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 win over the Devils. The 21 year old has 14 goals and 44 points with 26 PIMs and a -8 rating in 62 games. Bright was the Sabres 24th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.


Philadelphia Flyers LW John Russell had 1 goal in a 2-1 win over the Oilers. The 33 year old has 22 goals and 54 points with 16 PIMs and a -4 rating in 61 games. Originally a New Jersey Devil, the Devils traded Russell to the Dallas Stars on September 3rd 2000. The Stars traded Russell to the Chicago Blackhawks on January 12th, 2001. He later signed as a free agent with the Penguins on July 2nd, 2001. The Penguins traded Russell to the Flyers on January 26th, 2002.


Colorado Avalanche RD Nicolas Petit had 3 assists in a 5-2 win over the Stars. The 28 year old has 9 goals and 37 points with 48 PIMs and a +15 rating in 64 games. Petit started his career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, who later traded him to the Buffalo Sabres on September 16th, 2000. The Sabres traded Petit to the Avalanche on June 25th, 2002.


Detroit Red Wings LW Chad Deraspe had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win over the Jets. The 21 year old has 27 goals and 60 points with 76 PIMs and a +22 rating in 61 games. Deraspe was the 50th overall pick of the Vancouver Canucks at the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. The Canucks traded him to the Red Wings on August 23rd, 2002.
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Old 11-11-2017, 11:43 AM   #62
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The Habs travel to Washington, DC with a date with the Capitals. (34-21-7) The Habs and Caps have met twice this year, both times in Montreal and the two teams split those games. G Martin King will get the start.


Montreal get the early lead at 2:10 when C Patrick Atkins pounces on his own rebound for this 18th of the season and the Habs lead 1-0. Montreal goes up 2-0 at 5:49 when LD Dominick Heatherington buries the rebound of LW Randolph Lott's shot for his 4th of the year. Washington gets that back real quick at 6:18 when LW Vytal Marios beats G Martin King with his 12th of the season on the Caps 1st shot of the game. LW Martin Boudreau wins the race on a dump in and beats the Caps goalie from a sharp angle for his 27th of the season at 12:01 and a 3-1 lead for the Habs. Montreal goes up 4-1 on RW Robert Cull's wrister at 13:47 for his 9th goal of the year. The Capitals respond on the PP at 15:24 and make it 4-2 as LW Colby Webster gets his 20th of the season. Looks like the 1st to 10 wins. The 2 goals have let in a combined 6 goals on 16 shots. The period ends with the shots 15-3 for Montreal.


Montreal gets the 5-2 goal at 7:49 when LW Emile Boudreau wins a race for a loose puck and RD Steven Thornton is the benefactor with his 10th of the season. Montreal sends the Caps goalie for an early shower as RW Joey Mariani tips LD Vincent Lavoie's points shot in for his 18th goal of the year at 9:31 and its now 6-2 for Montreal. Montreal gets another one as they beat the Caps back up goalie at 17:56 of the 2nd and its now 7-2. LW David Wass gets his 10th goal of the year. The period ends with the score 7-2 for Montreal and the shots are 33-9 for the Habs.


Montreal makes it 8-2 as C Jeff Pilbeam's shot hits and deflects off of RW Robert Cull for his 2nd of the night and 10th of the year at 8:07. C Patrick Atkins gets his 2nd of the night when he is sent in all alone and uses a head fake to give him his 19th of the season at 9:14. Mercifully for the Capitals the game ends with the score 9-2 and the final shots both favoring Montreal. The final shots were 37-11.


Montreal 9 Washington 2


Montreal RD Steven Thornton is the 1st star with his goal and 2 assists. The 32 year old has 10 goals and 31 points with 41 PIMs and a +17 rating in 62 games. Thornton was with Montreal from the time the league was formed and has spent all 4 seasons with the Habs.


New York Rangers RW Lukas Kocian had a goal and an assist in a 7-5 win over the Islanders. The 20 year old has 26 goals and 54 points with 35 PIMs and a +25 rating in 62 games. Kocian was the 10th overall pick of the Calgary Flames during the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. He was traded to the Rangers on June 25th, 2003.


Detroit Red Wings LW Paul Brown had a goal and 2 assists in a 6-0 win over the Golden Knights. The 21 year old has 26 goals and 49 points with 41 PIMs and a +17 rating in 63 games.


Boston Bruins C Ronald Sutton will miss up to 3 weeks with major whiplash. The 34 year old has 27 goals and 62 points with 36 PIMs and a +13 rating in 62 games.
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The Habs are at home to the Ottawa Senators. (19-29-15) Montreal is 3-1-0 against the Sens and won 3-2 the last time the teams met at the Bell Center.


Ottawa gets the 1st goal, RW Rick Moss's forehand deke beats G Bill Wolfenbarger at 1:24 for his 11th of the season. Montreal gets that back at 4:30 when RW Joey Mariani beats the Sens goalie with a slapshot and his 19th goal of the year. The period ends 1-1 with the shots 11-8 for the Senators.


Montreal had to kill a lengthy 5 on 3 but shortly after the Sens C Jean-Thomas Audy is sent in all alone and he beats Wolfenbarger with his 12th at 10:28 of the 2nd and its 2-1 for Ottawa. Montreal ties it up when RD Steven Thornton sends RW Zach Broderick in on a breakaway and he beats the Sens goalie for his 5th of the year at 11:45. The period ends with the score tied 2-2 and the shots are 23-21 for Montreal.


Montreal gets the 3-2 lead at 14:35 when C Patrick Atkins tips LW Randolph Lott's shot for his 20th of the year for the rookie. Moments later Montreal goes up 4-2 as C Jeff Pilbeam knocks in a rebound at 15:53 for his 11th of the season. The Sens get within 1 on the PP as RW Klaus Rossignol gets his 11th of the year at 18:15 and it is now 4-3. Montreal hangs on for a 4-3 win and the final shots are 40-32 for the Habs.


Montreal 4 Ottawa 3


Montreal RD Rinat Sadriyev was the 1st star with his assist. The 28 year old has 2 goals and 14 points with 12 PIMs and a +21 rating in 41 games this year.


Winnipeg Jets C Peter Horvath had 2 goals and 2 assists in a 5-2 win over the Stars. The 22 year old has 13 goals and 56 points with 48 PIMs and a +15 rating in 63 games. Horvath was nominated for the Best Defensive Forward Award in 2002.
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The Habs leap into Ottawa for a return match with the Senators (19-30-15) at the Canadian Tire Center. Montreal won 5-4 the last time the teams met in Ottawa and lead the seasonal series 4-1-0. The Sens really mixed up their lines from 2 nights ago.


The line changes did not give the Sens a good start as the Canadiens scored off the opening faceoff just 12 seconds in as RW Joey Mariani gets his 20th of the year. Montreal goes up 2-0 at 6:36 when RW Joey Mariani snaps his 2nd of the night, 21st of the season. The period ends with Montreal leading 2-0 but the Sens are out shooting the Habs 7-5.


Montreal get a 3-0 lead on the PP when C Jeff Pilbeam deflects LW Emile Boudreau's shot for his 12th of the year at 0:25 of the 2nd. Montreal goes up 4-0 at 18:12 of the 2nd as RW Robert Cull deflects C Jeff Pilbeam's shot for his 11th of the season. The period ends with Montreal up 4-0 and now outshooting the Sens 23-15.


Montreal has to kill a long 5 on 3 early in the 3rd and successfully hold the Sens to just 1 shot. Montreal extends the lead to 5-0 at 6:57 when C Dean Casey's slap shot beats the Sens goalie for his 13th of the year. The Senators spoil G Bill Wolfenbarger's shut out attempt at 8:10 while on the PP, RD Paul Nelson gets his 5th of the season off a won faceoff by Sens. Montreal shuts down the Senators the rest of the way for a 5-1 win and out shoot them as well 30-20.


Montreal 5 Ottawa 1


Montreal LW Emile Boudreau was the 1st star with 3 assists. The 21 year old has 27 goals and 51 points with 44 PIMs and a +34 rating in 64 games. Boudreau won the CHL's Best Defensive Forward Award in 2001. He was also nominated for the CHL's MVP Award that season.


Buffalo Sabres RW Craig Tollison had 2 goals and an assist in a 5-2 win over the Blackhawks. The 30 year old has 29 goals and 63 points with 20 PIMs and a -6 rating in 64 games. Tollison had a previous career high with 62 points last year with Buffalo in 65 games.


Calgary Flames RD Bryan Keagan was named the NHL's Player of the Month. The 21 year old has 9 goals and 32 points with 14 PIMs and a +16 rating in 50 games with the Flames and Canucks. Keagan's previous career high for points was 27 during the 2002-03 season with the Canucks in 65 games.


Calgary Flames G Dusty Howell was named the NHL Goalie of the Month. The 28 year old has a 23-12-8 record with 5 SO's and a 1.86 GAA with a .908 SV% in 43 games. Howell had a career high with 32 wins during the 2001-02 season with the Red Wings in 60 games.
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The New York Islanders (17-38-11) pay a visit to the Bell Center. The Canadiens have won both meetings so far this season, 3-0 and 2-1.


After killing their 2nd penalty of the period, Montreal goes up 1-0 at 12:46 when C Patrick Atkins snap shot gets by the Islanders goalie for his 21st of the year. The period ends 1-0 for Montreal and the shots were even 9-9.


Montreal goes up 2-0 at 7:32 while on the PP, C Jeff Pilbeam's heavy shot gives him 13 goals on the season. Montreal goes up 3-0 at 12:46 when LW Emile Boudreau rifles a shot for his 28th of the year past the Islanders goalie. The Habs extend the lead to 4-0 at 19:33 when RW Zach Broderick slaps a rebound in for his 6th of the season. The period ends with the shots now 19-16 for Montreal.


The Islanders get on the board as RD Jaroslav Hanus's point shot eludes G Bill Wolfenbarger for Hanus's 4th of the year at 7:50 of the 3rd. Montreal adds to the lead, LW Emile Boudreau makes it 5-1 after converting a C Dean Casey feed. For Boudreau, it was his 29th of the season at 12:24. Montreal wins 5-1 and the final shots are 30-21 for Montreal.


Montreal 5 New York 1


Montreal RW Zach Broderick was the 1st star with a goal and an assist. The 20 year old has 6 goals and 19 points with 12 PIMs and a +7 rating in 35 games. Broderick is in his rookie season with the Canadiens.


Colorado Avalanche RD Nicolas Petit had 2 assists in a 4-1 win over the Blues. The 28 year old has 10 goals and 40 points with 54 PIMs and a +13 rating in 68 games. Petit's previous high for points was 31 during the 2000-01 season in 72 games with the Sabres.

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The Canadiens will host the New Jersey Devils (31-22-12) at the Bell Center. Montreal leads the seasonal series 3-1-3 and this will be the final game of the regular season between the two. Montreal won 2-1 the last time the played at the Bell Center.


After killing off 2 Devil PP's, Montreal got one of their own and made it 1-0 on the PP at 15:50 when RW Zach Broderick combined with C Jeff Pilbeam for his 7th of the year. The shots were 15-8 for the Devils but the score remains 1-0 for Montreal after one.


After killing a 3rd Devil PP, Montreal again go on the PP, their 2nd of the night and capitalize for the 2nd time. LW Emile Boudreau tips C Jeff Pilbeam's shot for his 30th of the year at 9:23 and a 2-0 lead. The Devils do get one back on their 4th PP of the game when C Todd Carlson deflects his 25th past G Martin King at 18:43 and its now 2-1. The shots are now 21-18 for the Devils after the 2nd, but Montreal leads 2-1.


Montreal extends the lead to 3-1 at 15:45 of the 3rd when C Jeff Pilbeam's wrister eludes the Devils netminder for his 14th of the season. Montreal cap off the game with an empty netter by LD Dominick Heatherington at 19:07. It was Heatherington's 5th of the year and C Jeff Pilbeam's assist gives him a 4 point night. The final shots were 34-23 for Montreal in the 4-1 win.


Montreal 4 New Jersey 1


Montreal C Jeff Pilbeam had a goal and 3 assists in a getting the 1st star. The 31 year old now has 14 goals and 33 points with 25 PIMs and a +14 rating in 57 games. Pilbeam had a career high with 56 points in 72 games for Montreal in 2000-01 season.
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The Pittsburgh Penguins (26-27-1) are in town to face Montreal at the Bell Center. The Habs have yet to beat the Penguins this season, the Pens lead the seasonal series 0-2-1 including a 4-1 win in Montreal the last time they were here.


The Pens get the early 1-0 lead at 1:21 when LW Visvaldis Bruss gets his 6th of the year via a deflection past G Bill Wolfenbarger. Pittsburgh goes up 2-0 at 7:05 when RW Chris Trevor tips his 16th of the year in. Moments later its 3-0 when RW Chris Trevor gets his 2nd of the night, 17th of the year at 7:24. That's it for G Bill Wolfenbarger after giving up 3 goals on just 9 shots. G Martin King doesn't do much better as he gives up the Pens 4th goal at 8:45 when LW Jesse Herauf gets his 9th of the season to make it 4-0. Montreal has yet to register a shot. The shots end up 16-8 for Pittsburgh and a 4-0 lead.


The Pens make it 5-0 at 7:43 when LW Jesse Herauf gets his 2nd of the night, 10th of the year. Montreal finally gets on the board at 10:34 when C Phil Wheeler gets his 4th of the year and its now 5-1. The period ends that way with the shots favouring the Pens 29-18.


Montreal gets a PP goal at 13:32 when C Jeff Pilbeam gets his 15th of the year and it is now 5-2. That is how the game would end with the final shots 33-24 for the Penguins.


Pittsburgh 5 Montreal 2


Pittsburgh RW Chris Trevor had 2 goals and 2 assists and was the 1st star. The 34 year old now has 17 goals and 32 points with 18 PIMs and a +12 rating in 64 games. Trevor set a career with 81 points in 72 games for the Golden Knights during the 2000-01 season.


Philadelphia Flyers LW John Russell had a goal and 2 assists in a 4-1 win over the Capitals. The 33 year old now has 24 goals and 60 points with 20 PIMs and a -1 rating in 66 games. Russell's previous high for goals was 21 during the 2001-02 season in 68 games for the Flyers and Penguins.
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The season is winding down in the NHL, Montreal has 5 games left of regular season. The Habs head to the Verizon Center and a date with the Washington Capitals (35-24-8). Montreal is 2-1-0 in three meeting this season including a 9-2 win over the Caps the last time they met in Washington.


Montreal goes up 1-0 at 6:51 when RW Zack Broderick sends C Patrick Atkins in all alone on a breakaway and he beats the Caps goalie for his 22nd of the year. Montreal out shoots the Caps 14-9 in the 1st and have a 1-0 lead.


Montreal dominated most of the 2nd period, but the Caps do even it up at 17:14 when RD Shane Crowell gets his 1st of the season. Just seconds later C Mitchell Hawerchuk tips home his 14th of the year past G Bill Wolfenbarger and its now 2-1 at 18:02. The period ends 2-1 and the shots favouring the Canadiens 33-15.


The 3rd period was pretty even but Montreal could not even the score despite out shooting the Capitals 41-24 on the night.


Washington 2 Montreal 1


Washington Capitals RD Shane Crowell was the 1st star with a goal. The 22 year old has 1 goal and 4 points with 14 PIMs and a +2 rating in 4 games this year. Crowell had 11 goals during the 2001-02 WHL season with the Kootenay Ice in 54 games.


Calgary Flames C Trent Powell had 2 assists in a 4-1 win over the Jets. The 29 year old now has 25 goals and 59 points with 46 PIMs and a +23 rating in 68 games with the Flames and Maple Leafs. His 25 goals ties his previous career high set in 2000-01 in 72 games with the Sabres.
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Montreal continues on the road to face the New York Islanders (17-40-11). Montreal has won all three meetings this season including a 2-1 win t the Barclay Center the last time they played in the Bronx.


The period ends with no scoring in the 1st, the shots are 10-5 for the Islanders.


The second period was a much better 20 minutes for Montreal as they now lead on the shot clock, 17-14 but the score remains 0-0.


Montreal goes on a PP with just under 2 minutes left in the game and take advantage as C Jeff Pilbeam tips LW Emile Boudreau's shot for his 16th of the year at 19:48. G Martin King holds on for the shut out as the Canadiens out shot the Islanders 25-22 in the win.


Montreal 1 New York 0


Montreal C Jeff Pilbeam is the 1st star with a goal. The 31 year old has 16 goals and 35 points with 25 PIMs and a +11 rating in 60 games. Pilbeam had a career high 31 goals last year in 72 games with Montreal.


Washington Capitals C Jason Moser had 2 goals and 2 assists in a 6-1 win over the Rangers. The 21 year old has 35 goals and 76 points with 38 PIMs and a +9 rating in 69 games. Moser's previous high for goals was 26 in 72 games for the Capitals in the 2001-02 season.


Buffalo Sabres G Tony Lair made 26 saves in a 4-0 win over the Islanders. The 30 year old is now 20-21-6 with 4 SO's, a 2.70 GAA and a .915 SV% in 49 games. Last season Lair was 7-13-2 with 1 SO, a 3.31 GAA and a .899 SV% in 24 games for the Sabres.
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Montreal will host the Toronto Maple Leafs (28-30-11) for the last time this season. Montreal leads the seasonal series 4-2-1 including a 3-1 win against the Leafs the last time they played at the Bell Center.


Montreal gets the ice breaker with the 1-0 goal at 9:08, C Patrick Atkins wrist shot gives him 23 on his rookie season. Toronto ties it up quickly as RW Derek Cole beats G Bill Wolfenbarger for his 9th of the year at 10:29. The Leafs take a 2-1 lead at 16:28 when LW Rhett Mallen tips in his 12th of the year. The period ends with the score 2-1 and the shots 9-7 for the Leafs.


The Leafs take a 3-1 lead on LD Sergey Larin's slapshot at 6:13. For Larin it was his 8th of the year. Montreal gets back with in 1 as LW Emile Boudreau successfully executes the wrap around for his 31st of the year at 9:58. The second period was all Montreal as they now lead the shots on goal 26-13.


Montreal ties it up early in the third, C Dean Casey gets his 14th of the year at 1:59 on the period and its 3-3. The game finished 3-3 with the final shots on goal being 45-16 for Montreal.


Montreal 3 Toronto 3


Montreal LW Emile Boudreau was the games 1st star, he had a goal and an assist. The 21 year old now has 31 goals and 59 points with 46 PIMs and a +36 rating in 70 games. Last season Boudreau had 17 goals and 56 points in 72 games for the Canadiens and Senators.


Montreal got some bad injury news, first RW Petr Klusacek will miss up to 2 weeks with dizziness and nausea. The 22 year old has 9 goals and 19 points with 36 PIMs and a +12 rating in 70 games. Last year Klusacek had 5 goals and 20 points in 47 games for the Canadiens.




Montreal also found out that LW Emile Boudreau will miss up to 2 months with a fractured cheekbone. The 21 year old has 31 goals and 59 points in 70 games.


Montreal has recalled RW Li Wei, the 22 year old had 1 goal and 5 points in 9 AHL games for the Canadiens. The Canadiens have also recalled LW Joey Mandoli, the 22 year old had 10 goals and 33 points in 45 AHL games for Montreal.
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Montreal plays game 71 of 72 this season and a visit from the Boston Bruins (24-32-14) Montreal has a 4-2-0 record against the Bruins this year including a 3-2 win the last time the teams played.


The period ended with no scoring. The shots favoured Boston 9-6 and the Bruins will start the 2nd period on the PP for 4 minutes that are left on a 5 minute major to RD Etienne Daneau.


Montreal were able to kill off Daneau's major. The game remains 0-0 after 2 periods, the shots are now 14-11 for the Bruins.


Boston takes the 1-0 lead at 11:52 when C Michael Bishop's shot from outside the rings beats G Bill Wolfenbarger. It was Bishop's 12th goal of the season. Montreal could not get the equalizer despite the Habs efforts out shooting Boston 14-2 in the 3rd. The final shots were 25-16 for Montreal.


Boston 1 Montreal 0


Boston C Michael Bishop was the 1st star with his goal. The 21 year old has 18 goals and 34 points with 125 PIMs and a -4 rating in 71 games. Last season Bishop had 26 goals and 55 points in 70 games for the Bruins.


New York Islanders RD Jacob Phillips had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over the Rangers. The 29 year old has 10 goals and 34 points with 14 PIMs and a -1 rating in 71 games. Last season Phillips had 8 goals and 33 points in 65 games for the Islanders.


Nashville Predators LW Jeremy Mercier had a goal and 2 assist in a 6-1 win over the Stars. The 20 year old has 12 goals and 55 points with 20 PIMs and a +27 rating in 71 games. Last year Mercier had 22 goals and 67 points in 72 games for the Predators.
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Montreal finishes up the 2003-04 regular season with a visit to TD Gardens and the (25-32-14) Boston Bruins. The series is now 4-3 in favour of Montreal.


The 1st period ends scoreless, the shots are 11-3 for Montreal.


Boston gets on the board first with a PP goal at 6:57. C Michael Bishop gets his 19th of the year for the 1-0 lead. Boston goes up 2-0 at 14:02 when RD Erik Jensen's blast beats G Martin King for his 13th goal of the season. The 2nd period ends with the score 2-0 for the Bruins but the shots are 21-15 for Montreal.


Montreal gets on the board at 5:54 of the period when LW Eric Brenner collects his own rebound for his 5th of the year. Montreal ties it up shortly after on the PP as LW Eric Brenner gets his 2nd of the night and 6th of the season at 7:21. Montreal gets another PP late in the game and LW Eric Brenner completes the natural hat trick with his 3rd of the night and 7th of the year at 17:03 and Montreal lead 3-2. Montreal gets the win not giving the Bruins a shot in the 3rd period. The final shots were 35-15 for Montreal.


Montreal 3 Boston 2


Montreal LW Eric Brenner was the 1st star with his 3 goals. The 21 year old has 7 goals and 10 points with 18 PIMs and a -3 rating in 33 games this year. Last year Brenner had 49 goals and 99 points with the CHL Red Deer Rebels in 54 games.


New York Islanders RD Jacob Phillips had a goal and an assist in a 5-3 win over the Rangers. The 29 year old has 11 goals and 36 points with 16 PIMs and a +1 rating in 72 games. In 279 NHL games, Phillips has 45 goals and 159 points.


Colorado Avalanche RD Nicolas Petit had a goal in a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks. The 28 year old has 11 goals and 42 points with 68 PIMs and a +14 rating in 72 games. For his career, Petit has 31 goals and 111 points in 285 NHL games.

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The Post season Trophy Nominees have been announced. The Montreal Canadiens have the following players nominated.


Montreal G Bill Wolfenbarger was nominated for the 2004 NHL Goalie of the Year. The 38 year old was 29-15-7 with 8 SO's, a 1.80 GAA and .921 SV% in 51 games.


Montreal RD Steven Thornton was nominated for the 2004 NHL Defenseman of the Year. The 32 year old had 10 goals and 35 points with 45 PIMs and a +26 rating in 72 games.


Montreal has two nominees for the 2004 NHL Rookie of the Year. C Patrick Atkins and RW Zach Broderick were both nominated. The 20 year old Atkins has 23 goals and 50 points with 22 PIMs and a +13 rating in 70 games this year. The 21 year old Broderick had 7 goals and 23 points with 14 PIMs and a +7 rating in 42 games for Montreal.


Montreal GM Big T was nominated for the 2004 NHL GM of the Year Award. The good looking dude led his team to a 44-18-10 record good for 98 points.


Montreal LW David Wass was nominated for the 2004 NHL Best Defensive Forward Award. The 34 year old has 10 goals and 31 points with 12 PIMs and a +11 rating in 72 games.
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Montreal Canadiens Final Stats and Musings


The Canadien's offense was not as strong the last third of the season. The team still continued to out score opponents but the Habs dropped to 5th in the NHL offensively. Montreal did remain the best defensive team allowing just 1.71 goals per game.

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Montreal continued to have the #1 goaltending tandem of Bill Wolfenbarger and Martin King. Wolfenbarger did finish the season playing at a .897 SV% and a 2.75 GAA in his final 10 games including getting pulled after just 7 minutes on March 4th when he allowed 3 goals on 9 shots. Martin King was consistant as a back up all season.

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The Habs defense core is in good hands with youngsters like Dominick Heatherington and Vincent Lavoie. Heatherington was 2nd on the team with over 22 minutes played per game, only team captain Steven Thornton played more. Lavoie led all Habs defenseman with 108 hits while the veteran Thornton led the team with 151 shot blocks. No Canadien defenseman has NHL playoff experience.

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Montreal are going to be missing a couple of key forwards to start the playoffs. LW Emile Boudreau is expected to miss the first round of the playoffs but is progressing nicely from his fractured cheekbone to be ready possibly during the 2nd round of the playoffs should the Habs progress that far. RW Petr Klusacek is out with dizziness and nausea and is listed day to day, but he is still not ready to play. Only LW Randolph Lott and LW Emile Boudreau have NHL playoff experience. Lott played 6 games in 2000-01 with the Leafs and had 2 goals while Boudreau played 7 games with the Senators in 2001-02 and had 2 goals and 4 points.

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Montreal Canadiens vs New Jersey Devils Preview.


The Canadiens will host game 1 of the best of 7 series today at the Bell Center. Montreal is 4-1-3 against the Devils this season. The Devils will come loaded with playoff experience as in the first 4 years of the NHL existence, they have yet to miss the playoffs while the Canadiens are at the dance for the first time.


Devils career goals, assists and points leader C Todd Carlson led the way. The 36 year old had 26 goals and 51 points with 98 PIMs and a -2 rating in 65 games this year. Carlson has 39 NHL playoff games under his belt.


The Devils will also rely on RD Eric Moser. The 34 year old had 10 goals and 45 points with 32 PIMs and a +7 rating in 72 games this season. Moser has 25 games of NHL playoff experience.


The Devils pretty much platooned the goalies over the final 10 games with 27 year old Brett Pennington getting 6 of those starts. Pennington had 15 wins with a 2.05 GAA, a .930 SV% and 6 SO's over 33 games this year.
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Game one of a best of 7 series starts in Montreal with the Habs and the Devils. Montreal will have LW Eric Brenner move to the 1st line with C Dean Casey and RW Joey Mariani with the injury to LW Emile Boudreau. Those are big skates to fill. The goalies will be Bill Wolfenbarger for Montreal and surprisingly Bob Cash for the Devils. Cash was 20-11-4 with a 2.30 GAA and a .920 SV% in 39 games for the Devils.


Montreal did not take long to get their first ever playoff goal. C Dean Casey's shot got redirected by a Devil player and beats Cash at 2:34 for a 1-0 lead. That's is how the 1st period ends with the Habs leading 1-0 and leading in shots as well, 9-5.


The Devils tie the game up while Montreal C Patrick Atkins is in the sin bin, RW Magnus Sundstrom gets his 1st of the playoffs at 3:03 on the PP. Montreal grabs a 2-1 lead at 5:52 when C Patrick Atkins atones for his previous penalty with his 1st playoff goal on some good work by LW Randolph Lott. Montreal goes up 3-1 as RW Zach Broderick gets his 1st of the playoffs on a breakaway set up by C Patrick Atkins at 10:41. Veteran LW David Wass's snap shot beats Cash at 13:21 to make it 4-1 for the Canadiens. Montreal's 3rd line gets another goal shortly after to make it 5-1, RW Robert Cull tips LW David Wass's shot at 14:50 for his 1st of the playoffs. The period ends with Montreal up 5-1 and the shots are now 17-13 for Montreal.


Montreal puts it away with RW Joey Mariani's tip in goal for his 1st of the playoffs at 17:42. Montreal has held the Devils to just 2 shots in the 3rd period. Montreal gets game one out shooting New Jersey 27-15.


Montreal 6 New Jersey 1 (Montreal leads series 1-0)


Montreal RW Robert Cull was the games 1st star with a goal and an assist. The 21 year old had 11 goals and 28 points with 105 PIMs and a +10 rating in 67 games this season. Cull was Montreal's 100th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.


Edmonton Oilers LW Charlie Theiss got the only goal in a 1-0 win over the Flames. The 38 year old had 1 goal and 2 points with 0 PIMs and a +0 rating in 5 games this year with the Oilers. Theiss started his career with the Rangers organization in 2000-01 and was traded to Edmonton on January 20th, 2004. The Oilers lead the series 1-0.


Nashville Predators C Ben Williamson had a goal and 2 assists in a 3-0 win over the Stars. The 33 year old had 32 goals and 56 points with 16 PIMs and a +23 rating in 72 games for the Predators. Williamson has been with the Predators since the NHL was formed in 2000-01. The Predators lead the series 1-0.


Washington Capitals C Jude Jordan had 2 assists in a 2-1 win over the Rangers. The 22 year old had 15 goals and 40 points with 45 PIMs and a -7 rating in 72 games for the Capitals. Jordan was the Capitals 30th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. The Capitals lead the series 1-0.


The Montreal Canadiens received good news today as it was announced that LW Emile Boudreau skated with the team at practice. Boudreau is expected to be out for another 2 weeks.

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Montreal will have the Devils back for game two of the best of 7 series with the Habs up 1-0. Both the Devils and Canadiens are going with the same lineups, G Bill Wolfenbarger for Montreal and G Bob Cash for New Jersey.


Montreal opens the scoring at 4:17 when C James Courcy gets his 1st on a deflection of LW Joey Mandoli's shot. It is 1-0 for the Canadiens. Montreal goes up 2-0 when LW Randolph Lott one times LD Anthony Reynold's feed for his 1st of the playoffs at 7:07. Montreal ups the lead to 3-0 as C James Courcy's snap shot from the slot beats G Bob Cash for his 2nd of the night and playoffs at 15:15. That's the way the period ended with the shots 10-7 for Montreal.


Montreal extends the lead to 4-0 as C Patrick Atkins gets his 2nd of the playoffs from in tight at 9:27. Montreal gets another, this time on the PP as C Dean Casey gets his 2nd of the playoffs at 11:11 on a deflection of Jeff Pilbeam's shot. Montreal dominated the second period out shooting the Devils 19-4 and not the shots are 29-11 for the Habs.


Montreal goes up 6-0 at 5:45 of the 3rd when C Dean Casey gets his 2nd of the night, 3rd of the playoffs converting on a RD Rinat Sadriyev feed. That was the only goal of the period as Montreal did a good job of shutting down any Devil threat, the final shots are 36-18 for Montreal. The series now shifts to New Jersey.


Montreal 6 New Jersey 0 (Montreal leads series 2-0)


Montreal C James Courcy had 2 goals and was the 1st star. The 21 year old had 4 goals and 7 points with 34 PIMs and a +3 rating in 48 games this year. Courcy was the Canadiens 56th overall pick in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.


Calgary Flames RD Clifton Wooten had a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win over the Flames. The 26 year old had 3 goals and 9 points with 6 PIMs and a +1 rating in 33 games. The series is tied 1-1.


Nashville Predators RW Chet Coldwell had a goal in a 2-1 win over the Stars. The 21 year old had 18 goals and 40 points with 106 PIMs and a +21 rating in 66 games this year. Nashville leads the series 2-0.


New York Rangers C Rob Buff had the only goal in a 1-0 win over the Capitals. The 37 year old had 6 goals and 12 points with 6 PIMs and a +3 rating in 73 games for the Rangers and Senators this year. Buff won a Stanley Cup with the Flyers in 2002. The series is tied 1-1.


The Montreal Canadiens announced that RW Petr Klusacek has resumed skating and full contact drills with the team. He is still considered day to day.
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