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Kosta Papoulias

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Coach K is the producer of the Montreal Hockey Talk pre and post game shows, to which he is a regular contributor. His 15 years of coaching experience, along with his passion for the game, give him a unique perspective. You can follow Coach on Twitter @CoachRules

For the fourth straight game, the Montreal Canadiens were heavily outshot, this time by the Boston Bruins, but the last minute heroics of Paul Byron gave them a 3-2 win.

Join Coach K as he takes a look at the game within the game, and gives his take on the Montoya situation in Columbus, and how the Habs can change their fate.

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The Vancouver Canucks used a heavy forecheck, that styfled the Montreal Canadiens, but goals by Nathan Beaulieu, Torrey Mitchell and Alexander Radulov, along with a 42 save shutout performance from Carey Price, give the Habs a 3-0 win,as they remain undefeated in regulation.

Join Coach, along with Steve Farnham, as they break it all down, and look ahead to back-to-back games this weekend.

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After a win on Wednesday night in Brooklyn against the Islanders, the Montreal Canadiens extended their winning streak to six games with a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Join Coach as he breakdown the action, and discusses the line blender and Greg Pateryn’s ascension on the Canadiens’ blue line.

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The Phildelphia Flyers’ forcheck gave the Montreal Canadiens all that they could handle, but stellar goaltending performance from Carey Price, as well as a 3 point performance from Alexander Radulov, led the Habs to a 3-1 win over the Broadstreet Bullies.

Join Coach K as he disects tonight’s game, and gives you his take on the Heritage Classic.

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Carey Price made his return to the Montreal Canadiens lineup after alomost a full calendar year, while defenceman Shea Weber got his first goal as a Hab in a 5-2 win over the Arizona Coyotes.

Join Kosta Papoulias on tonight’s show as he breaks down the actions, and look ahead to Saturday night and the big and not-so-bad Boston Bruins.

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Al Montoya stopped 36 shots for his 6th career shutout, David Desharnais scored a pair and Alexander Radulov got his first as a Hab, as the Montreal Canadiens dispatch of the defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins by a score of 4-0.

Join Coach K as he breaks the game down, and looks forward to Thursday’s matchup against the Phoenix Coyotes.

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