Home | Webstore
Latest News: OOTP Update 20.6 - OOTP 20 Available - FHM 6 Available

FHM 6 Available Now!

  

Go Back   OOTP Developments Forums > Prior Versions of Our Games > Franchise Hockey Manager 4 > FHM 4 - Dynasty Reports

FHM 4 - Dynasty Reports Talk about your FHM dynasties here!

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 10-20-2017, 06:13 PM   #1
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
Going for it all in Montreal....... part deux

September 20th, 2003.
Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 709
Size:  13.5 KB



The Montreal Canadiens were part of a hockey league started in 2000 which had 22 teams in North American. The National Hockey League plays a 72 game schedule with 2 conferences, of which a total of 8 teams make the playoffs. As well, there are 22 American Hockey League farm teams and 28 Major Junior CHL teams that supply talent to the NHL.


The Canadiens are about to embark on the 2003-04 season after struggling the past 2 out of 3 seasons. The Canadiens have yet to see the post season.


The 2003 NHL Season Preview does not consider the Habs a contender again, but has the Detroit Red Wings as the favorites. Strong contenders could be the Vegas Golden Knights and the Ottawa Senators.


In 3 seasons of NHL action, we have had 3 different Stanley Cup Winners, with the Flyers, Predators and Golden Knights lifting hockey's Holy Grail.

Last edited by Big T; 10-20-2017 at 07:29 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-20-2017, 07:22 PM   #2
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
Meet the 2003-04 Montreal Canadiens

Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 702
Size:  13.5 KB

G Martin King- the 24 year has been a back-up for Montreal since the league was formed in 2000. Signed until the end of this coming season King appeared in 74 games over the past 3 years and has a 16-41-11 record with a 3.33 GAA and .877 save %.


G Bill Wolfenbarger- the 37 year old will be the Canadiens starting goalie for the 4th straight season and just signed a 2 year extension that will make him a Hab until the end of the 2004-05 season. In 153 games, he is 60-69-17 with a 2.50 GAA and .917 save %.


LD Dominick Heatherington- the 20 year old was originally with the Predators when the NHL was formed, but he was traded to Montreal in January 2003 before the deadline. The RFA is signed until the end of this season, in 74 career NHL games he has 8 goals and 20 assists for 28 points with 16 PIMs and a +1 rating. He is expected to play on the 1st defense pairing with Thornton and considered a defensive defenseman.


LD Vincent Lavoie- the 20 year old was the Habs 122nd overall pick in the 2001 NHL entry draft from the Medicine Hat Tigers. Considered a defensive defenseman, he has played in 114 NHL games with 8 goals and 28 points with 44 PIMs and a -18 rating. Lavoie will likely play on the 3rd pairing with Nytra.


RD Richard Nytra- the 20 year old was an undrafted free agent signing by Montreal in July 2002. He played his CHL games with the Seattle Thunderbird. In 47 NHL games, he has 1 goal and 13 points with 12 PIMs and a -16 rating. As mentioned he will likely play on the 3rd pairing.


RD Rene Pichler- the 24 year old was a waiver wire pick up from the Buffalo Sabres in March 2003 by Montreal. Pichler was originally with the Senators organization before being a waiver wire pick up by the Sabres in February 2003. In 26 career NHL games he has 0 goals and 8 points with 6 PIMs and a +10 rating.


LD Anthony Reynolds- the 35 year old wears an "A" on his uniform and was the Canadiens when the league was formed in 2000. In 3 seasons including 189 NHL games he has 27 goals and 68 points with 94 PIMs and a +33 rating. Reynold will be on the 2nd pairing with Sadriyev.


RD Rinat Sadriyev- the 28 year old has been with Montreal since the league was formed. The smallish (5'9") Russian born defenseman has played in 139 NHL games over the past 3 years and has 9 goals and 36 points with 49 PIMs and a -30 rating.


RD Steven Thornton- the 32 year old Habs captain is in his 4th season with Montreal. The pending UFA has played in 197 games with the Habs in 3 NHL seasons, has 29 goals and 104 points with 128 PIMs and a +22 rating.


LW Emile Boudreau- the 21 year old plays on the 1st line and was acquired in a trade with the Senators in January 2003. The Quebec native is a puckhandler and a 1st round, 3rd overall pick of the Senators in 2001. Before getting drafted he won the CHL Best Defensive Forward Award in 2001. He was also nominated for the CHL MVP in 2001. In 53 games with the Barrie Colts of the CHL, he had 31 goals and 83 points. In 142 NHL games, he has 32 goals and 110 points with 60 PIMs and a +30 rating.


LW Randolph Lott- the 31 year old was a free agent signing by Montreal in July 2003. Expected to be the 2nd line LW, he has not played in the NHL since 2000-01 with the Leafs. The strong skater had 15 goals and 48 points with 60 PIMs and a +19 rating in 72 games that season.


LW Joey Mandoli- the 21 year old is expected to platoon on the 4th line this year. The Canadiens signed him as a free agent in July 2002 after playing 2 seasons in the CHL where he had 27 goals and 75 points in 106 games. Last year was his 1st experience in the NHL, he had 5 goals and 11 points with 4 PIMs and a -20 rating with Montreal.


LW Aribert Senf- the 27 year old Senf is expected to start on the LW for the 4th line. As an original Canadien when the league was formed, he played the last 2 years in Montreal. In 108 NHL games he has 13 goals and 24 points with 88 PIMs and a -4 rating.


LW David Wass- the 34 year old original Hab has played all years in the NHL. A strong skater, he has 36 goals and 103 points with 84 PIMs and a +0 rating in 180 NHL games. He is a UFA at the end of this season.


C Patrick Atkins- the 19 year old is going to start the season as the Canadiens #1 center. An out standing skater with terrific hockey sense, Atkins was the Canadiens 2nd overall pick in the 1st round of the 2002 NHL entry draft. In 3 years with the Red Deer Rebels of the CHL, he had 83 goals and 198 points in 133 CHL games. He is also a Memorial Cup winner.


C Dean Casey- the 21 year old was originally pegged as the Habs future number 1 center, but he will start the year as the 3rd line center. The Canadiens selected him 12th overall in the 2001 NHL entry draft, but injuries over the past 3 years have kept his games to a limit. Over the past 3 years he has played in just 73 hockey games including 49 in the NHL where he has 9 goals and 23 points with 24 PIMs and a -8 rating.


C James Courcy- the 20 year old will start as the Habs 4th line center. A strong play maker with good work ethic is how he is described, he was the Canadiens 56th overall pick in the 2001 NHL entry draft. In 102 NHL games he has 9 goals and 27 points with 73 PIMs and a -36 rating.


C Jeff Pilbeam- the 31 year old also wears an "A" on his uniform and the Canadiens just signed him to till 2005-06. A strong defensive forward as well as avoiding injury as he has played in all 216 Canadiens games since the league was formed. Pilbeam has 73 career goals and 162 points with 135 PIMs and a +7 rating.


RW Phil Wheeler- the 31 year old will start on the 4th line RW. The Canadiens acquired Wheeler in a trade with the Leafs in January 2001. Wheeler won the Best Defensive Forward Award in the 2000-01 season and has played in 217 NHL games, has 29 goals and 76 points with 114 PIM's and a -3 rating.


RW Robert Cull- the 21 year old is expected to platoon on the 4th line to start the season. Cull is a good skater and is expected to be a good goal scorer. He won a Memorial Cup in the CHL in 2001 and was selected 100th overall by the Canadiens in 2001. Last season he played in all 72 games for Montreal scoring 10 times and had 19 points with 93 PIMs and a -14 rating.


RW Petr Klusacek- the 21 year old Slovak is expected to play on the 3rd RW. He was the Canadiens 126th overall pick in the 2001 NHL entry draft. Last year in his NHL debute, he had 5 goals and 20 points with 23 PIMs and a -16 rating.


RW Joey Mariani- the 21 year old will start on the RW for the 1st line. An excellent skater, he also won the CHL Plus-Minus Award for 2001. Originally signed by the Vancouver Canucks, Mariani was traded to Montreal on January 25th, 2002. In 141 NHL games he has 26 goals and 85 points with 38 PIMs and a +16 rating.


RW Li Wei- the 21 year old will start as the 2nd line RW. An above average skater and strong playmaker, the Canadiens signed him as a undrafted free agent in July 2002. In 106 CHL games he had 29 goals and 101 points. In a full NHL season with Montreal, he had 6 goals and 25 points with 18 PIMs and a -13 rating in 72 games.

Last edited by Big T; 10-20-2017 at 07:28 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 12:07 PM   #3
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
September 20th, 2003
Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 681
Size:  13.5 KB

Montreal 3 Ottawa 2


The Habs start the season on the roadin Ottawa.


Montreal gets on the board 1st, JoeyMariani gets his 1st of the year at 6:17 to make it 1-0. PatrickAtkins gets his 1st career assist on Mariani's goal. The Habsdominated the shots 10-4 over the Senators in the 1st.


The Sens tie it up at 1-1 with KimmoPulkkinen's 1st of the year, former Habs RW Kurt Pederson gets anassist at 3:32 of the 2nd. Montreal goes up 2-1 when Randolph Lottgets his 1st in a Habs uniform at 15:59 of the 2nd. But former HabKurt Pederson gets his 1st of the year to tie it 2-2 at 18:14 of the2nd. The shots favour Montreal 18-15 after two.


Montreal goes up 3-2 at 1:28 of the 3rdperiod, Li Wei gets his 1st of the year. The Canadiens hang onoutshooting the Senators 27-21 for the 3-2 win. Montreal Canadiens LWRandolph Lott was the games 1st star, he had a goal and an assist,was a +2 in 10:45 of ice time. G Bill Wolfenbarger made 19 saves forthe win.


September 21st, 2003


New Jersey Devils LD Eric Moser had anassist and was the games 1st star in a 2-0 win over the Bruins. The33 year old now has 1 point in 1 game with a +2 rating. Moser wassigned by the Devils as a free agent in July 2001 after playing forthe Blackhawks in the NHL's original season.


September 22nd, 2003


Ottawa 3 Montreal 0


The Canadiens are at home in Montrealto face the Senators.


The first period is scoreless asMontreal out shots Ottawa 11-7.


A flurry of penalties puts Montrealshort handed 4 on 3 and the Sens capitalize with former CanadiensKurt Pederson's 2nd goal of the year on the PP at 10:18 of the secondperiod. Senators Paul Nelson gets his 1st of the year at 16:38 of thesecond to make it 2-0 Ottawa. The period ends with the Senators andthe momentum. The shots on goal are now tied 15-15.


The Sens owned the third period andmade it 3-0 at 19:29 when Gerald Norris gets his 1st of the year. TheSens win 3-0 out shooting Montreal 28-18. Montreal had 7 minors toOttawa's 1. The Sens LD Gerald Norris was the 1st star with a goaland an assist. He has 1 goal and 2 points on the season with 0 PIMsand +0 rating. The Senators acquired Norris in a trade from theRangers in November 2002. G Bill Wolfenbarger took the loss.


New Jersey Devils LD Eric Moser had 2goals and an assist in a 5-3 win over the Bruins. The 33 year oldMoser now has 2 goals and 4 points with 0 PIMs and a +6 rating in 2games.


September 28th, 2003


The Montreal Canadiens announced that DRichard Nytra will be out day to day with a mild abdominal strain.The 20 year old has 0 goals and 0 points and a +2 rating in 2 games.


Montreal 4 Boston 0


It took 5:41 into his 3rd NHL game, butC Patrick Atkins gets his 1st NHL goal. The Habs lead the Bruins 1-0in front of a excited home crowd. The Canadiens carried the momentumand scored again at 13:05 when Phil Wheeler made it 2-0. The Bruinshave yet to register a shot. It took almost 17 minutes but the Bruinsfinally tested G Bill Wolfenbarger. The Canadiens are unable tocapitalize on a late PP and the period ends with Montreal outshooting the Bruins 11-1.


The Canadiens continue to dominate thegame through the second period and finally get one past Bruins GBrandon Mazurak, Phil Wheeler gets his 2nd of the night and season at8:45 to make it 3-0. The shots are now 19-3 Montreal. The secondperiod ends with Montreal outshooting the visitors 25-4 through 2.


The Habs go up 4-0 on the PP whenrookie C Patrick Atkins gets his 2nd of the year and game at 8:03.With Montreal is complete shut down mode they out shot the Bruins 9-5in the third giving G Bill Wolfenbarger his 1st SO of the year.Montreal C Phil Wheeler was named the games 1st star, he had 2 goals,was a +2 in 7:58 of ice time. For the season he has 2 goals and 2points with 0 PIMs and a +2 rating.


September 29th, 2003


New York Rangers 4 Montreal 3


The Canadiens are on the road to playthe Rangers. The Rangers get on the board first as D Issac Connellgets his 2nd of the year at 14:40 of the first. The Rangers get alate PP that tips the shot totals in their favor 12-7, but the firstends with the Habs trailing 1-0.


Montreal gets to even early when RWJoey Mariani gets his 2nd of the year at 2:04 of the second as theHabs 1st line clicks. The second half of the period is all Rangers asthe continue to get a lot of shots on G Bill Wolfenbarger, but heholds them off and the period ends tied 1-1 with the Rangers outshooting the Habs in the second, 10-8.


The Rangers come out of the gate in thethird with a few quick shots and F Chris Wilgosh gets his 1st forRangers at 2:06 and the Rangers lead 2-1. The Rangers continue the onslaught with another goal by Wilgosh at 3:34 and a 3-1 lead. So farthe Rangers have outshot Montreal 6-0 in the third. With Canadiens LWRandolph Lott in the box, Habs C Dean Casey scores SH with his 1st ofthe year to make it 3-2 at 7:40. But the Rangers do get that backquickly on the same PP, F Lukas Kocian gets his 2nd of the year at7:55 and a Ranger 4-2 lead. With the goalie out and the Canadiensalready on a 4 on 3 PP, LW Emile Bouchard gets his 1st on the PP withjust 5 seconds left to make it 4-3. But that wasn't enough. The finalshots on goal were 34-23 for the Rangers and the 1st star was RangersLW Chris Wilgosh with 2 goals. The 20 year old now has 2 goals and 2points with 0 PIMs and a +0 rating in 4 games. G Bill Wolfenbargermade 30 saves in the loss.


Detroit Red Wings RW Ed Byrant had 3goals in a 5-2 win over the Devils and was named the 1st star. The 26year old now has 4 goals and 4 points with 4 PIMs and a +3 rating in4 games.

Name:  Capture.PNG
Views: 678
Size:  7.0 KB

Last edited by Big T; 10-21-2017 at 12:17 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 05:50 PM   #4
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 3rd, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 669
Size:  13.5 KB


The Ottawa Senators gave up a 1st rounddraft pick today to acquire G Petr Kadlik from the Edmonton Oilers.The 32 year old started the season in Edmonton's AHL affiliate but137 games of NHL experience with the Flyers and Blues. He has a62-47-26 record with 13 SO's and a 2.35 GAA to go along with his .915Sv% over his career. He had a career high 23 wins with the Blues lastyear.


The Canadiens will host the Maple Leafsat the Bell Center today. D Richard Nytra will be back in the line-upfor the game.


Toronto 4 Montreal 3


The Leafs got the first 3 shots on goal, butMontreal scored on their 1st shot, C Patrick Atkins got his 3rd ofthe year at 3:24 to make it 1-0 Montreal. The Canadiens go up 2-0 at11:10 of the first when RW Li Wei gets his 2nd of the season. Theshots end up 7-7 but Montreal leads after the first 2-0.


The Leafs do get on the board at 9:34of the second period, F Jason Brophey gets his 1st of the year tomake it 2-1. The Leafs are now out shooting Montreal 15-10. Torontocontinues with the pressure and ties it up 2-2 at 11:51 of the secondwhen D Ray Watts gets his 1st of the year. The period ends with theToronto outshooting the Habs 12-8.


Mid way through the 3rd, the shots areeven at 5-5 but the Leafs do take the lead at 13:18 when D BurtChelios gets his 1st of the year to make it 3-2. Chelios makes it 4-2just seconds later with his 2nd of the game at 13:29. The Habs makeit interesting with the 4-3 goal at 19:21 when rookie C PatrickAtkins gets his 4th of his season. Thats as close as Montreal couldget as the Leafs win 4-3 outshooting Montreal 29-23. No surprize thatRD Burt Chelios was selected as the 1st star. He had 2 goals. The 31year old now has 2 goals and 2 points with 6 PIMs and a +4 rating.Chelios had a career high with 32 points in the 2000-01 season withthe Leafs. G Bill Wolfenbarger gets saddled with the loss.


October 5th, 2003


The Canadiens look to get back into thewin column at home against the Senators


Montreal 3 Ottawa 2


It was a good start for Montreal as thescored on their second shot at 2:01, LW David Wass gets his 1st ofthe year for a 1-0 lead. The Sens tie it up 1-1 at 6:02 when F RobBuff gets his 2nd of the year on Ottawa's 1st shot of the game. TheCanadiens take a 2-1 lead at 8:53 of the first as RW Robert Cull getshis 1st of the season. D Rene Pichler gets his 1st point as aCanadien. Cull later gets into a fight and with his assist on Wass'sgoal has the Gordie Howe hat-trick, in the first period. Montrealleads the scoreboard 2-1 and the shot clock 13-2.


The Canadiens get word early in the 2ndperiod that RW Li Wei may have broken his hand, he has left the game.The Canadiens are down to 11 forwards. Despite the 18-4 shotadvantage for Montreal, the Senators tie it up 2-2 at 11:03 of thesecond with a F Jean-Thomas Audy goal, his 1st of the year. The shotsend up 14-3 in the second and 27-5 overall but the game is tied. GBill Wolfenbarger has made 3 saves on 5 shots.


The Canadiens do grab the lead 6:53 inwhen RW Joey Mariani gets his 3rd of the season. Mid way throught thethird with the shots 5-5, the Canadiens will be short handed. TheCanadiens give up a shot, but kill the penalty. The Canadiens holdoff the Senators the rest of the way for the 3-2 win. The final shotson goal were 37-12 for Montreal. Getting into a fight, a goal and anassist gave RW Robert Cull the 1st star. He was also a +1 with 15:08of ice time. The 21 year old now has 1 goal and 2 points with 7 PIMsand a +0 rating. In his second year as a Canadien, he had 19 pointsin his rookie season last year.


The Canadiens have announced that RW LiWei will miss up to 6 weeks with a broken hand. The 21 year old has 2goals and 2 points with 0 PIMs and a +0 rating in 6 games. In his 1stseason last year, he had 25 points in 72 games. The Canadiens willrecall LW Eric Brenner from the AHL Condors. The 20 year old has 2goals and 4 points in 4 games this year. Prior to this year he spend3 seasons in the CHL with the Red Deer Rebels, he had 88 goals and171 points in 121 games. Brenner's NHL debute maybe a few days as henurses a sore groin.


The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquiredRW Daniel Shulhan from the Calgary Flames for C Trent Powell and therights to LD Matt Gare and RD Keaton Milson. The 37 year old Shulhanhas 2 points with 0 PIMs and a +0 rating in 4 games this year.Shulhan had a career high 30 goals last year in Calgary in 72 games.


Boston Bruins C Ronald Sutton had 3goals and an assist in a 5-2 win over the Capitals. The 33 year oldhas 4 goals and 6 points with 0 PIMs and a +1 rating in 6 games.Sutton had a career high 35 goals with the Stars in 2000-01.


Vegas Golden Knights C Richard Petershad a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over the Rangers. The 35 yearold now has 3 goals and 5 points with 4 PIMs and a -3 rating in 6games. Peters had a career high 42 goals last year with the GoldenKnights and Flames.


St Louis Blues C Bill Barlow had a goaland an assist in a 4-1 win over the Blackhawks. The 35 year old nowhas 1 goal and 2 points with 0 PIMs and a +0 rating in 6 games.Barlow had a career high 35 goals in the 2000-01 season with theSenators.


Vancouver Canucks LW Jordan Murray hada goal and 3 assists in a 7-1 win over the Stars. The 34 year old nowhas 4 goals and 7 points with 2 PIMs and a +3 rating in 6 games.Murray had a career high in 2001-02 with 30 goals for the Canucks.


October 6th, 2003


The Canadiens will host the Detroit RedWings today. Montreal will give G Bill Wolfenbarger the night off andwill start G Martin King for the first time this year.


Montreal 4 Detroit 1


It took just 30 seconds for F ChadDeraspe to put the Wings on the board, his 5th of the year at 0:30 tomake it 1-0. Not a great start for G Martin King. The Canadiens havehad most of the momentum and tie the score 1-1 on the PP at 12:34 ofthe first when RW Joey Mariani gets his 4th of the year. The shotsare now 12-1 Montreal, King has yet to make a save. Montreal goes up2-1 at 16:13 when LW Randolph Lott gets his 2nd of the year. TheCanadiens kill of a later short handed situation and out shot the RedWings 17-4 in the first.


The Canadiens go up 3-1 at 3:41 of thesecond when rookie C Patrick Atkins gets his 5th of the year.Montreal ends the period with a 14 second PP to start the third, butlead 3-1 and are out shooting the Red Wings 27-11.


The Red Wings came out flying in thethird, mid way through the period the shots are 10-2 for Detroit butG Martin King is holding the fort. Montreal will try to slow the gameup a little to mimimize the chances. They did a good job of that andadded the 4-1 goal at 17:32 of the third when D Steven Thornton gothis 1st of year. The first Habs d-man to score this season. G MartinKing made 26 straight saves after surrendering the games opening goaland Montreal beats Detroit 4-1. The final shots were 34-27 forMontreal. Montreal RD Steven Thornton was the 1st star, he had a goaland an assist and was a +1 with 27:46 of ice time. For the season,the 32 year old has 1 goal and 3 points with 9 PIMs and a -1 rating.Thornton had a career high 12 goals in the 2001-02 season withMontreal.


October 10th, 2003


The Canadiens will host the BuffaloSabres at the Bell Center, LW Eric Brenner will make his NHL debutefor Montreal.


Montreal 5 Buffalo 4


The Canadiens score first, RW PetrKlusacek gets his 1st of the year at 8:30 and Montreal is up 1-0. TheSabres tie it up 1-1 at 10:35 when F Greg Meeks gets his 2nd of theyear. The Sabres score with 1 second left in Dominick Heatherington'spenalty to go up 2-1. D Stanislavs Vitolins gets his 2nd of the yearat 14:15. Montreal gets that one back quickly, RW Joey Mariani getshis 5th of the year at 15:06 to make it 2-2. The period finishes tied2-2 with the Sabres with a slight edge in shots 9-8.


Montreal gets a PP goal of their own asC Patrick Atkins gets his 6th goal of the year at 7:19 of the secondto go up 3-2. Montreal goes up 4-2 when D Rinat Sadriyev gets theHabs 2nd goal by a defenseman this season, his 1st of the year at14:39. The period ends with Montreal leading 4-2, but getting outshot 21-15.


The Canadiens may have put this oneaway with a 5-2 goal by Petr Klusacek, his 2nd of the night andseason at 10:13 of the third. But the Sabres had different ideas,Sabres Ingamar Jansson gets his 1st of the year at 10:55 to make it5-3. Buffalo gets a PP goal at 15:46 of the third to make it 5-4, nowthings are getting interesting. F Jordan Harms gets his 4th of theyear. Montreal does hang on for the win giving G Bill Wolfenbargerthe win. For the second straight game, D Steven Thornton was thefirst start, he had 2 assists with a +2 rating in 25:05 of ice time.The final shots were 31-26 for Buffalo. Thornton now has 1 goal and 5points with 9 PIMs and a +1 rating in 8 games.


October 12th, 2003


Montreal goes to the ACC to face theMaple Leafs. Montreal lost 4-3 the last time these two teams faced.


Montreal 3 Toronto 0


The Leafs were all over the Canadiensand G Bill Wolfenbarger in the first period. The shots were 19-6 butthe score remained 0-0.


The Canadiens and Leafs were a lot moreeven in the second period but it was Montreal with the first goal. LWEmile Bouchard gets his 2nd of the season at 12:26 to make it 1-0 forthe Habs. After that the Canadiens kind of took over and went up 2-0at 16:24 when RW Petr Klusacek gets his 3rd of the year. The shotsare now 24-20 for the Leafs but the Habs out shot the Leafs in theperiod 14-5 and lead 2-0.


The Canadiens had a strong start to thethird period eventually evening the shots 26-26 near the mid waypoint of the period. Montreal seals the deal into an empty net with0:48 remaining on the clock as LW Aribert Senf gets his 1st of theyear and its 3-0. G Bill Wolfenbarger holds on for the SO making 29saves as Montreal wins 3-0. Wolfenbarger was selected as the 1st starof the game, the 37 year old is now 5-3-0 on the season with 2 SO's,a 2.38 GAA and a .902 SV%.


Pittsburgh Penguins C Chris Trevor hada goal in a 3-2 win over the Oilers. The 34 year old now has 1 goaland 6 points with 2 PIMs and a +0 rating. Last season Trevor had 18goals and 28 points in 69 games for the Penquins.


St Louis Blues C Gavril Karlin had agoal in a 3-3 tie with the Islanders. The 34 year old now has 5 goalsand 10 points with 8 PIMs and a +2 rating in 10 games. Last year hehad 26 goals and 54 points in 63 games for the Blues.


October 13th, 2003


Montreal will host the 3-5-1 NashvillePredators today. G Martin King will get the start for Montreal.


Montreal 0 Nashville 0


The first period was very defensive asthe shots were 9-5 for Montreal but the score remained 0-0.


After 2 periods the score remained 0-0with the shots still favouring Montreal 21-9.


Nashville put the pressure on early inthe third. The shots were 23-18 for Montreal or 9-2 for the Predatorsso far in the third mid way through the period. With just over 8minutes left in the period, LD Dominick Heatherington took a trippingpenalty to put the Preds on the PP. Nashville got a couple of shotsbut the Habs killed it. The game ended up scoreless as the Canadiensout shot the Predators 27-24. The first star in a scoreless game wasLW Emile Bouchard, the Habs young forward played 19.44 of ice timeand had a pair of hits. For the season, the 21 year old has 2 goalsand 7 points with 6 PIMs and a +3 rating.


Vancouver Canucks C Paul Power had agoal and 2 assists in a 4-3 win over the Blackhawks, the 31 year oldnow has 2 goals and 8 points with 2 PIMs and a -1 rating in 8 games.Last season Power had 26 goals and 59 points in 72 games for theCanucks.

Name:  Capture.PNG
Views: 670
Size:  7.4 KB

Last edited by Big T; 10-21-2017 at 05:51 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 06:45 PM   #5
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 17th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 665
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal travels to face the (5-4-1) Edmonton Oilers in Rogers Place. The two teams are meeting for the first time this season.


In an uneventful 1st period in which Montreal dominated most of the play, the final shots were 9-6 for the Canadiens, but the score remains 0-0.


The second period remained scoreless with the shots 5-4 for Montreal. The Canadiens will start the 3rd on the PP for 1:41.


The Canadiens got 1 shot on the PP but really no momentum. Mid way through the 3rd, the shots are 18-12 in the game for Montreal. The Canadiens will get a PP with 7:09 remaining in the game. In remarkable fashion, the Canadiens scored at 19:59 of the 3rd, LW David Wass gets his 2nd of the year and Montreal wins 1-0. G Bill Wolfenbarger made 12 saves for his 3rd shut out of the year. Wass is selected as the games first star with his goal. The 34 year old now has 2 goals and 3 points with 0 PIMS and a +2 rating. For his career Wass has 38 goals and 106 points in 191 games.


Montreal 1 Edmonton 0


Boston Bruins C Ronald Sutton had a goal and an assist in a 4-4 tie with the Devils. The 33 year old now has 7 goals and 10 points with 2 PIMs and a +0 rating. For his career, he has 86 goals and 206 points in 222 NHL games.


St Louis Blues C Bill Barlow had 2 goals and an assist in a 5-1 win over the Avalanche. The 35 year old now has 7 goals and 10 points with 2 PIMs and a + 2 rating in 11 games. For his career, Barlow has 92 goals and 191 points in 227 games.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 07:15 PM   #6
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 19th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 664
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens continue out west with a visit to the other Rogers facility, the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. The Canucks are 5-3-1 going into the game.


The Canadiens open the scoring at 10:50 of the 1st when C James Courcy gets his 1st of the year. Montreal leads 1-0. Former Hab, LW Rick Burd gets his 2nd of the year at 13:41 to tie the score 1-1. The period ends tied 1-1 with the Canucks out shooting the Canadiens 12-8.


The 2nd period is much better at the start for Montreal, they get the 8 shots of the period and score on the last one to make it 2-1 for Montreal. LW Emile Boudreau gets his 3rd of the year unassisted at 7:44. The Canucks do get the 2-2 goal, C Paul Power gets his 3rd of the year at 16:51 to tie it. Montreal grabs the lead again at 18:00 of the 2nd, LW David Wass gets his 3rd of the year and its 3-2 Montreal. The Canadiens are now out shooting the Canucks 20-15 as they had 12 shots to Vancouver's 3.


The Canadiens extend the lead early in the 3rd when LD Vincent Lavoie gets his 1st of the year at 1:06. The Habs lead 4-2. The Habs continue to dominate the period and make it 5-2 at 16:24 when LD Anthony Reynolds gets his 1st of the season. The Canadiens add a 6th with RD Steven Thornton's 2nd of the year at 18:10. The final shots were 48-23 for Montreal as they had 28 shots to Vancouvers 8 in the 3rd for a 6-2 win. G Bill Wolfenbarger stopped 21 of 23 in the win. Montreal's RW Joey Mariani was the 1st star, he had 2 assists with a +2 rating in 19:36 of ice time. The 21 year old now has 5 goals and 11 points with 10 PIMs and a +3 rating in 12 games. Mariani has played in 153 career NHL games scoring 31 times and has 96 points.


Vegas Golden Knights C Richard Peters had a goal and an assist in a 2-2 tie with the Avalanche. The 35 year old now has 5 goals and 10 points with 4 PIMs and a +0 rating in 12 games. For his career, Peters has 95 goals and 222 points in 228 NHL games.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 10:49 PM   #7
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 20th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 646
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens will continue on to Sin City on their western swing. The Golden Knights are 3-5-4 on the year. Montreal will start G Martin King tonight.


5 minutes into the game C Jeff Pilbeam limped off to the locker room with what appears to be an ankle injury. Shortly after the Golden Knights score on the PP while D Rene Pichler is serving a minor for cross-checking. RW Dan Marshall gets his 2nd of the year at 5:07 to make it 1-0 for Vegas. The Golden Knights go up 2-0 at 13:27 when LW Soloman McDougall buries his 3rd from in close. Vegas extends the lead to 3-0 at 18:54 as RW Joe Madouran gets his 1st of the year. That is how the 1st ends, with the Golden Knights out shooting the Habs 7-3.


There is no scoring in the 2nd despite a lengthy 5 on 3 PP for Vegas. The shots in the period were 6-5 for Vegas.


The Canadiens carry most of the momentum in the 3rd, but Vegas C Richard Peters gets his 6th of the season at 18:18 to make it 4-0. That's how the game ends with G Martin King stopping 16 of 20 for the loss. The shots were 12-7 for Montreal in the 3rd. Vegas RW Eddie MacKilligan was named the 1st star with his 2 assists. The 31 year old now has 1 goal and 9 points with 2 PIMs and a +3 rating. For his career, MacKilligan has 43 goals and 117 points in 217 NHL games, all with Vegas.

Vegas 4 Montreal 0


Montreal has announced that C Jeff Pilbeam is day to day with a bruised ankle. The 31 year old has 0 goals and 3 points with 2 PIMs and a +2 rating in 13 games. For his career, he has 73 goals and 165 points in 229 career NHL games, all with Montreal. Should Pilbeam miss a start, it will be the first game he has missed in this his 4th season.


Pittsburgh Penguins RW Chris Trevor had 1 goal in a 3-2 win over the Flyers. The 34 year old has 2 goals and 7 points with 2 PIMs and -2 rating in 12 games. After winning the Cup with the Vegas Golden Knights, Trevor signed a 3 year deal with the Penguins as a free agent in July 2001.


Boston Bruins C Ronald Sutton had a goal and 3 assists in a 6-3 win over the Senators. The 33 year old now has 8 goals and 14 points with 4 PIMs and a +2 rating in 13 games. Sutton started his career with the Dallas Stars in the 2000-01 season and signed a 4 year free agent deal with the Bruins in July 2001.

Last edited by Big T; 10-21-2017 at 11:13 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 11:12 PM   #8
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 21st, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 645
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal continues with their tour of the west stopping into the Scotiabank Saddledome to take on the 4-5-2 Calgary Flames. C Jeff Pilbeam will have his iron man streak stopped at 229 games as he will not dress. G Bill Wolfenbarger will start for Montreal.


Montreal takes the lead on a RW Robert Cull's 2nd of the year at 6:23 to take a 1-0 lead. Montreal out shot Calgary 15-4 and had a lengthy 5 on 3 PP that did not payoff.


Montreal goes up 2-0 as RW Joey Mariani gets his own rebound and scores his 6th of the year at 5:17 of the 2nd. The period ends with the Canadiens leading 2-0 and out shooting the Flames 30-7.


There is no scoring in the 3rd as the Canadiens hang on for a 2-0 win over the Flames. The final shots were 40-15 for Montreal. G Bill Wolfenbarger gets the shutout. Montreal Canadiens RW Joey Mariani had a goal and was named the 1st star. The 21 year old now has 6 goals and 12 points in 14 games with 12 PIMs and a +1 rating. After being undrafted from the CHL, he signed as a free agent with the Canucks in July 2001, he was later traded to Montreal by the Canucks in January 2002.


Montreal 2 Calgary 0
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-21-2017, 11:58 PM   #9
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 23rd, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 650
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal finishes up their road trip with a visit to Winnipeg, Manitoba to face the (6-8-0) Jets at the MTS Center.


The Jets open the scoring on their 2nd PP of the game, RW Alex Gaudet gets his 6th from close in at 4:24 to make it 1-0. RW Robert Cull tries to get a spark going for the Canadiens as he has a fight with RW Alex Gaudet. Montreal does get a goal despite it appearing the momentum swung in the Jets favor, RD Scott Thornton was left all alone in front and walked in scoring his 3rd of the year at 10:57 to tie it up 1-1. Montreal's RW Robert Cull takes a late penalty and the Jets will start the 2nd period on the PP with the score 1-1. The shots on goal are 10-9 for Montreal.


The Jets get an early 2nd period lead when LD Anton Magnusson was set up in front for his 4th of the season at 1:15. The Jets lead 2-1 on the PP goal. It was all Jets in the 2nd period, out shooting Montreal 13-6 for a 2 period total of 22-16 in favour of Winnipeg.


Montreal gets the 2-2 tieing goal as LW David Wass tips in Dominick Heatherington's point shot at 5:25 of the 3rd. For Wass it was his 4th of the year. The Jets take the lead on LD William Burrell's shot from just out side the dot at 6:20 of the 3rd and its now 3-2 Winnipeg. For Burrell it was his 2nd of the year. Montreal ties it up again at 7:46 when C Patrick Atkins redirects D Rinat Sadriyev's shot to make it 3-3. It was Atkins 7th of the year. Montreal goes down 2 men mid way through the 3rd and the Jets will have a lengthy 5 on 3. Montreal kills it without giving up a shot. The Jets and Habs end up with a 3-3 tie as Jets out shot Montreal in the 3rd 10-9 and overall 32-25. The Jets were 3 for 10 on the PP. Jets LD William Burrell was the 1st star with a goal. The 19 year old now has 2 goals and 3 points with 4 PIMs and a +5 rating. The Jets selected Burrell 9th overall in the 2002 NHL entry draft.


Montreal 3 Winnipeg 3


Detroit Red Wings RW Eddie Bryant had a goal in a 2-0 win over the Senators. The 27 year old now has 9 goals and 11 points with 4 PIMs and a +10 rating. Bryant was originally a Jet when the league was formed but was traded to the Red Wings after playing just 3 games for the Jets.


New York Islanders RW Ken OIiver had a goal in a 1-1 tie with the Bruins. The 29 year old now has 3 goals and 5 points with 22 PIMs and a +4 rating.


Vegas Golden Knights C Richard Peters had 3 goals and an assist in a 5-0 win over the Jets. The 35 year old now has 9 goals and 15 points in 14 games with 4 PIMs and a +4 rating. Peters was the Goal Scoring Award winner and Points Award winner in 2003 when he had 42 goal and 80 points in 73 games for the Flames and Golden Knights.

Name:  Capture.PNG
Views: 646
Size:  6.6 KB
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2017, 05:02 PM   #10
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 27th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 639
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens are at home to face the (9-5-1) Pittsburgh Penguins. The two teams face each other for the first time this season. C Jeff Pilbeam has been given the green light to get back into the lineup after missing 2 games.


It took just 10 seconds to put the Penguins on the PP, but the Habs killed C Patrick Atkins minor penalty. But the Habs could not kill the second Pens PP when LW Edward Annuziato was sent in all alone for his 6th of the season at 13:37. After the 1st, the Pens are up 1-0 and the shots are 10-8 for Pittsburgh.


The Pens go up 2-0 at 2:28 of the 2nd when RW Jacob Willis tips in a shot past G Bill Wolfenbarger. The 2nd ends with the score 2-0 for Pittsburgh, the shots are now 24-11 for Pittsburgh.


The Canadiens get their 1st PP of the game early in the 3rd and take advantage. C Patrick Atkins gets his 8th of the year on a nice feed by RW Dean Casey at 1:59 making it 2-1. The Pens go up 3-1 on the late stages of a PP which started as a 5 on 3. LD Cody Izzard gets his 1st after his centers face off win at 10:58. The Penguins create a turnover with the Canadiens net empty and C Alyaksandr Lyasyuk hits the empty cage for his 4th of the season at 19:26. The game ends with the Penguins out shooting Montreal 41-18. C Alyaksandr Lyasyuk was named the 1st star with a goal and an assist. The 21 year old now has 4 goals and 7 points with 8 PIMs and a +1 rating.


Pittsburgh 4 Montreal 1
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2017, 05:51 PM   #11
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
October 30th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 635
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens are back on the road for a visit to Brooklyn and the New York Islanders (3-9-3) It will be the Habs first game with the Islanders this season.


The 1st period ends with the score 0-0 and the shots 10-9 in favour of the Islanders. The Isles will start with a short PP of 55 seconds in the 2nd.


Just past 7 minutes into the 2nd RW Robert Cull got into a fight, the momentum was slightly in the Islanders favour so lets see if it sparks the Habs. The Canadiens do get on the board first, C Jeff Pilbeam gets his 1st of the year at 13:47 to make it 1-0. The period ends 1-0 for Montreal and the shots still favour the Islanders 21-15.


Montreal goes up 2-0 after LD Dominick Heatherington set up LW Emile Boudreau for his 4th of the year at 4:34 of the 3rd. The Islanders get that one back as C Alexsandr Enukidze beats G Bill Wolfenbarger with his 4th of the year at 7:52 to make it 2-1. The Canadiens hold on to the lead after getting out shot 27-20. Canadiens C Jeff Pilbeam was the 1st star with his goal, +1 rating and 21:06 of ice time. The 31 year old now has 1 goal and 4 points with 2 PIMs and a +3 rating in 15 games.


Montreal 2 Islanders 1


New Jersey Devils LD Eric Moser had 2 assists in a 2-1 win over the Golden Knights. The 34 year old now has 2 goals and 8 points with 2 PIMs and a +2 rating in 15 games. Moser was nominated for both the MVP and Defenseman of the Year Award in 2003.


Chicago Blackhawks G Armando Ramos was named the Goalie of the Month. The 21 year old has a 6-3-1 record with 2 SO's and a 1.91 GAA with a .950 SV% this season in 11 games. Ramos is in his rookie season in the NHL.


Nashville Predators LD Sergey Adaikin was named the Player of the Month. The 29 year old has 3 goals and 12 points in 17 games with 0 PIMs and a +17 rating. In his 4th season in the NHL, he set a career high for points with 41 in the 2000-01 season with the Blues.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2017, 06:32 PM   #12
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 2nd, 2003
Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 639
Size:  13.5 KB

The Canadiens will renew hostilities with the Maple Leafs with back to back games starting in Toronto. They have split the series 1-1 so far this year.


Montreal did not take long to get an early lead, with pressure in the Leaf end, LD Vincent Lavoie snuck in and tipped RW Joey Mariani's pass into the Leaf net to make it 1-0 at 1:51. It was Lavoie's 2nd of the year. Montreal goes up 2-0 when LW Emile Boudreau's wrap around attempt deflects in off of C Dean Casey at 2:31. For Casey it was his 2nd of the year. Montreal continues to pressure, C Patrick Atkins wrister from the left face off dot goes in at 3:54 and the Habs are up 3-0 on Atkins 9th of the season. The onslaught continues, LD Dominick Heatherington beats the Leaf goalie from in close at 9:37 to make it 4-0. It was Heatherington's 1st of the season. The Habs dominate the Leafs on the shot clock as well with a 16-2 shot advantage.


The Leafs had a better period in the 2nd but could not capitalize on 3 PP opportunities. The shots are now 22-11 for Montreal.


The Canadiens open up a 5-0 lead at 6:55 of the 3rd when LW Eric Brenner gets his 1st career NHL goal, a tip in on Joey Mandoli's shot. The Canadiens have really taken over the 3rd period. The final shots on goal were 35-16 for Montreal in a 5-0. G Bill Wolfenbarger gets the SO. Canadiens LW Emile Boudreau was the 1st star, he had 3 assists, a +3 rating in 17:25 of ice time. The 21 year old now has 4 goals and 12 points with 12 PIMs and a +5 rating in 18 games. Last year he set a career high with 56 points in 72 games with Montreal and Ottawa.


Montreal 5 Toronto 0
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2017, 09:27 PM   #13
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 3rd, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 633
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens return home for the rubber match with the (7-10-1) Maple Leafs. The Buds beat the Canadiens the last time the met in the Bell Center 4-3. G Martin King will get the start on the back to back nights.


The Habs killed off 2 Leaf PP's and will start the 2nd period with just over a minute on their 1st PP out shooting the Leafs 15-7 in the 1st but no score.


After 2 periods, the shots are 18-12 for Montreal and each team is 0 for 3 on the PP.


The game was getting a little slow, lots of face-offs and not many shots for either team. With 2:43 left on the clock, the Canadiens will go on the PP. The Canadiens get 1 shot, but don't score and the game ends in a 0-0 tie. Montreal out shot the Leafs 27-18. Montreal Canadiens LW David Wass was selected as the 1st star, he played 14:34 of ice time. The 34 year old now has 4 goals and 7 points with 0 PIMs and a +5 rating in 19 games. Wass had a career high in points with 49 in 2001-02 for the Canadiens.


Montreal 0 Toronto 0


St Louis Blues RD Brent Pysyk had an assist in a 4-1 win over the Capitals. The 29 year old now has 1 goals and 11 points with 8 PIMs and a +5 rating. Pysyk had a career high with 43 points in the 2001-02 season with the Blues.


Ottawa Senators G Petr Kadlcik stopped all 32 shots in a 1-0 win over the Bruins. The 32 year old is now 1-4-1 with a 2.67 GAA, 1 SO and a .919 SV% in 6 games. Kadlcik had a career high 23 wins with the Blues last year.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-22-2017, 10:04 PM   #14
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 7th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 638
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens head out to Motor City to face the (11-6-1) Red Wings which features an early Atlantic division race for 1st place match up. The Canadiens beat Detroit in there only meeting this year at the Bell Center 4-1.


There is no scoring in the 1st period, the shots favoured Montreal 8-4 and the PPs were 2-0 for Montreal.


The Canadiens strike early in the 2nd, LW Emile Boudreau completes a give and go with C Dean Casey for his 5th of the year at 0:13 of the 2nd. Montreal is dominating the 1st half of the 2nd period, they have held the Red Wings to 0 shots in the first 10 minutes. The Rangers finally break through and after making 3 or 4 stops, G Bill Wolfenbarger gives up a juicy rebound to C Robertas Balcionis at 15:09 and he buries it for his 4th of the year tieing the score 1-1. The 2nd period ends 1-1 with the shots 18-12 favoring the Canadiens so far.


The 3rd starts with Montreal putting the pressure on Detroit, mid way through the period Montreal is out shooting Detroit 8-3 but the Habs will kill off a penalty. During the PP, Detroit gets a goalie interference penalty to whipe out the PP. With 0:28 showing on the clock, the Red Wings get a late goal by LW Paul Brown, his 10th of the year to take a 2-1 lead. The Canadiens can't get the equalizer and the lose 2-1. The finals shots were 29-17 for Montreal. Detroit C Robertas Balcionis was the 1st star with his goal, the 21 year old now has 4 goals and 7 points with 12 PIMs and a +5 rating in 19 games. Balcionis had 6 goals in his rookie season last year.


Detroit 2 Montreal 1


Winnipeg Jets RD Michael Watson had 2 goals and an assist in a 6-2 win over the Canucks. The 33 year old now has 5 goals and 14 points with 4 PIMs and a +5 rating in 21 games. Watson had a career high 19 goals in 2002-03 with the Jets.


St Louis Blues C Bill Barlow had a goal in a 2-2 tie with the Penguins. The 35 year old now has 8 goals and 11 points with 4 PIMs and a +2 rating in 18 games. Barlow had a career high 35 goals in the 2000-01 season with the Senators.

Name:  Capture.PNG
Views: 627
Size:  6.8 KB

Last edited by Big T; 10-22-2017 at 10:06 PM.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2017, 09:24 PM   #15
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 9th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 621
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal goes to New Jersey to face the (7-9-3) Devils at the Prudential Center. The two teams will meet for the 1st time this year.


It is all Montreal out of the gate, 5 minutes in the shots are 11-0, but that does not mean a thing. Devils LW Lukas Svensson snaps his 7th of the year at 6:48 with the Devils 1st shot on goal. The period ends up 1-0 for the Devils with the shots at 14-2 for Montreal.


Montreal gets on the board when C Jeff Pilbeam's shot is deflected by RW Petr Klusacek for his 4th of the year at 13:35. Much like the 1st, the Canadiens held most of the momentum in the 2nd period with the shots ending 26-7 for Montreal after two. The scored is tied 1-1.


The Canadiens again dominated the 3rd period but could not beat the Devils goalie. The final shots were 47-10 for the Canadiens as it was an easy night for G Bill Wolfenbarger.


Montreal 1 New Jersey 1


The first star in the game was LW Lukas Svensson, he had a goal. The 24 year old now has 7 goals and 10 points with 12 PIMs and a +5 rating. Svensson set a career high with 15 goals during the 2000-01 season with the Golden Knights.


New York Islanders RD Jacob Phillips had a goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie with the Oilers. The 29 year old now has 2 goals and 6 points with 2 PIMs and a +0 rating. Phillips had a career high with 22 goals in the 2001-02 season with the Senators.


Vegas Golden Knights G Brian Bryan made 32 saves in a 2-0 win over the Blues. The 29 year old Bryan now has a 4-5-2 record with 3 SO's and a 2.19 GAA with a .919 SV%. Bryan set a career high with 30 wins in both the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons with the Golden Knights.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2017, 09:53 PM   #16
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 10th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 610
Size:  13.5 KB


The Canadiens will play on back to back nights facing the Red Wings back at the friendly confines of the Bell Center. The two teams have met twice and split the series with home wins. Montreal will have G Martin King in the nets tonight.


Montreal breaks the ice at 9:42 when LW Emile Boudreau picks up a loose puck in front and nets his 6th of the year. Montreal goes up 2-0 when C Dean Casey redirects RD Steven Thornton's shot at 12:04. Detroit makes it 2-1 when C Darren Tory grabs his own rebound and buries it from the high slot at 17:22. Montreal wastes no time getting it back, LD Rene Pichler jumps on a juicy rebound and gets his 1st goal in a Hab uniform at 17:48. Its now 3-1. The shots end up 12-9 for Montreal and 3-1 on the scoreboard.


Montreal capitalizes on another juicy rebound as LD Vincent Lavoie gets his 3rd at 13:52 of the 2nd period and the Habs lead is now 4-1. That's how the period ends with the Canadiens up 4-1.


The Canadiens pretty much dominate the first 10 minutes of the 3rd period limiting the Red Wing chances and went into full shut down mode allowing only 1 Red Wing shot in the final 10 minutes to hold down a 4-1 win. The final shots were 33-19 for Montreal with G Martin King making 18 stops for the win.


Montreal 4 Detroit 1


Montreal C Dean Casey was named the 1st star with this 1 goal and an assist, +2 rating, 6 shots on goal and 20:47 in ice time. The 21 year old now has 3 goals and 15 points with 16 PIMs and a +8 rating in 22 games. Last year in 46 games, Casey set his NHL career high with 9 goals for Montreal.


Vegas Golden Knights C Jens Fischer had a goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie with the Senators. The 36 year old now has 4 goals and 10 points with 0 PIMs and a -1 rating. Last season Fischer had 32 goals and 60 points in 68 games after leading the NHL in scoring the 2 previous seasons with 89 and 88 points.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-23-2017, 10:21 PM   #17
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 12th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 618
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal are at home to the Boston Bruins (5-12-5). So far the teams have met once with Montreal winning 4-0 at the Bell Center.


The 1st period was uneventful except for a fight including Habs C Jeff Pilbeam. The shots were even at 9-9 and the score board still show's zero's.


Boston scores first when G Bill Wolfenbarger's clearing attempt is foiled and LW Sherman Dollard takes advantage with his 4th of the year at 10:09 of the 2nd on the PP. The second period ends with the shots 18-16 in favour of Boston with the Bruins leading 1-0.


Montreal could not get the equalizer in the 3rd as they were out shot by the Bruins 27-25 in the game.


Boston 1 Montreal 0


Boston LW Sherman Dollard was named the 1st star with the only goal of the game. The 21 year old now has 4 goals and 6 points with 6 PIMs and a -11 rating. Last season Dollard had 16 goals and 36 points in 59 games with the Bruins.


New Jersey Devils RW Magnus Sundstrom had 3 goals in a 4-2 win over the Islanders. The 31 year old now has 8 goals and 15 points with 10 PIMs and a +8 rating. Last season Sundstrom had 17 goals and 56 points in 70 games for the Devils.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-24-2017, 10:16 PM   #18
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 14th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 603
Size:  13.5 KB


The Habs are home to the (13-5-3) Philadelphia Flyers. They are meeting for the 1st time this year.


Montreal goes up 1-0 when LD Anthony Reynolds sets up C Patrick Atkins on a break away at 7:06 for his 10th of the year. Montreal gets a PP goal just seconds after Philadelphia takes the penalty. C Jeff Pilbeam controlled the draw and scored without another Canadiens player touching the puck for his 2nd of the year at 7:28, 2 seconds after the PP started. At 11:05 LW David Wass hits Patrick Atkins in behind the defense, his shot is saved by LD Vincent Lavoie collects and buries the rebound for his 4th of the season and a 3-0 lead. RW Petr Klusacek picks up a rebound off of LW Randolph Lott's shot and scores his 5th of the season at 15:24 to go up 4-0 and the Flyers change goalies. That is how the period ends with Montreal outshooting the Flyers 19-10.


Montreal goes up 5-0 on the PP when LW Emile Boudreau deflects RW Joey Mariani's shot for his 7th of the year at 8:15. The Habs extend the lead to 6-0 at 14:33 when RW Robert Cull collects a rebound and scores his 3rd of the season. After another dominant period, Montreal leads on the shot clock as well, 33-14.


The Flyers do break the goose-egg, while short handed LW John Russell gets his 11th of the year at 3:24 to make it 6-1 beating G Bill Wolfenbarger. Montreal gets that one back at 15:34 when LD Dominick Heatherington sends RD Steven Thornton in all alone for his 4th of the year. The Habs go 8-1 when LD Richard Nytra gets his 1st of the year swatting at a rebound at 16:42. The finals shots were 42-24 for Montreal.


Montreal 8 Philadelphia 1


Montreal Canadiens C Patrick Atkins was the 1st star with his goal and an assist with +3 rating in 15:45 of ice time. The 20 year old has 10 goals and 20 points with 6 PIMs and a +6 rating in 24 games. Last season he had 33 goals and 82 points in 43 CHL games with the Red Deer Rebels.


New Jersey Devils RW Magnus Sundstrom had a goal and 2 assists in a 4-1 win over the Maple Leafs. The 31 year old has 9 goals and 18 points with 10 PIMs and a +10 rating in 21 games. Last year Sundstrom had 17 goals and 56 points in 72 games with the Devils.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-24-2017, 10:50 PM   #19
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 16th, 2003Name:  1280px-Montreal_Canadiens.png
Views: 600
Size:  13.5 KB


Montreal cross the border to the KeyBank Center in Buffalo to face the (8-10-2) Sabres. Montreal won in their only meeting at the Bell Center 5-4.


The Sabres score late as LW Greg Meeks deflects as shot past G Bill Wolfenbarger at 19:40 for a 1-0 lead. At the end of the 1st the shots are 12-10 for Buffalo.


The Habs supply lots of pressure in the first 10 minutes of the 2nd period and eventually draw a PP with just under 9 minutes left in the 2nd. Montreal gets 1 shot on net during the PP, but unable to capitalize. The period ends with Montreal leading in shots 17-15 but still down 1-0.


Montreal ties it up at 6:42 of the 3rd when LW Randolph Lott deflects LD Dominick Heatherington's shot for his 3rd of the year. Montreal takes the lead at 11:39 of the 3rd as LD Dominick Heatherington springs C Jeff Pilbeam on a break away and he scores his 3rd of the season. Montreal holds on for the win out shooting Buffalo 25-21.


Montreal 2 Buffalo 1


Montreal Canadiens LD Dominick Heatherington had 2 assists and was the 1st star. He also was a + 2 in 16:46 of icetime. The 20 year old now has 1 goal and 8 points with 14 PIMs and a +12 rating in 25 games. For his NHL career, Heatherington has 9 goals and 36 points in 99 career games.


Detroit RW Ed Bryant had 1 goal and 2 assists in a 6-0 win over the Flyers. The 27 year old now has 12 goals and 17 points with 12 PIM and a +9 rating in 23 games. For his career Bryant has 87 goals and 177 points in 220 NHL games.


Boston Bruins C Ronald Sutton had a goal in a 1-0 win over the Capitals. The 33 year old has 11 goals and 23 points with 24 PIMs and a +4 rating. For his career, Sutton has 90 goals and 219 points in 236 NHL games.


Winnipeg Jets RD Michael Watson had 2 assists in a 2-1 win over the Senators. The 33 year old now has 6 goals and 17 points with 4 PIMs and a +7 rating in 24 games. For his career, he has 47 goals and 154 points in 221 NHL games.
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 10-24-2017, 11:04 PM   #20
Big T
Hall Of Famer
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 3,876
Thanks: 307
Thanked 174x in 157 posts
November 17th, 2003 NHL Standings

Name:  Capture.PNG
Views: 594
Size:  22.6 KB
Big T is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 04:17 PM.

 

Major League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of MLB Advanced Media, L.P. Minor League Baseball trademarks and copyrights are used with the permission of Minor League Baseball. All rights reserved.

The Major League Baseball Players Association (www.MLBPLAYERS.com ) is the collective bargaining representative for all professional baseball players of the thirty Major League Baseball teams and serves as the exclusive group licensing agent for commercial and licensing activities involving active Major League baseball players. On behalf of its members, it operates the Players Choice licensing program and the Players Choice Awards, which benefit the needy through the Major League Baseball Players Trust, a charitable foundation established and run entirely by Major League baseball players. Follow: @MLB_Players; @MLBPAClubhouse; @MLBPlayersTrust

Out of the Park Baseball is a registered trademark of Out of the Park Developments GmbH & Co. KG

Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.

Apple, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

COPYRIGHT © 2017 OUT OF THE PARK DEVELOPMENTS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

 

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.10
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Copyright © 2018 Out of the Park Developments