Timothy Redinger of SabreNoise gives us insight on how Buffalo fans are feeling during our second segment, as he joins Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz and Coach K to preview tonight’s meeting between the Canadiens and Sabres.
Match Up: The Canadiens (13-9-2) are in Buffalo Wednesday night to take on the league worst Sabres (5-19-1). The game is set to start at 7:00 and airs on RDS […]
The Montreal Canadiens are an elite organization, and it’s safe to say their fans, for the most part, match them in terms of class. Attending a game at the Bell Centre is an experience in of itself, and an absolute must for hockey fans looking for a unique atmosphere.
Listening to a recent conversation between media personalties Tony Marinaro and Brian Wilde about why the goals per game in the NHL are at historical lows, the solution is simplistic. The NHL does not want to make the big meaningful changes required.
Ted Bird is on assignment to find Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s shame this week. Not to worry though, Corey Collard is filling in with Alex Rabbat and Mike Obrand.
Max Pacioretty pots another pair of goals, as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Metropolitan Division leading Pittsburgh Penguins by a score of 3-2. Join Corey Collard, Paul Graif, Stephanie Darwish and Coach K as they break it all down, and look ahead to the coming week.
Dustin Tokarski came back to haunt his former team once again on Saturday night in Syracuse, New York, as the Hamilton Bulldogs’ (9-7-0-3) goaltender made 43 saves in a 3-0 shutout victory over the Syracuse Crunch (9-6-1-1). The win was Hamilton’s season-best fourth straight.
Steven Hindle is back in the saddle, joined by Rob Elbaz and Coach K to preview the Pittsburgh-Montreal tilt at the Bell Centre tonight. Johnny Feulner of PensLabyrinth.com give us his perspective for the Penguins’ side of things.
Match Up: The Canadiens (12-9-2) are looking to keep up their winning ways at home against the East leading Penguins (15-8-0). The game starts at 7:00 and can be seen […]
On a night that saw stellar goaltending by Peter Budaj, and David Desharnais score his first goal of the season, the Montreal Canadiens managed to hang on for a 3-2 victory over the high-powered Washington Capitals. Join Corey Collard, along with Kamal Panesar, Joey Alfieri, Coach K and special in-studio guest Rosalyn Roy as they break it all down.
Led by a three-point night from forward Mike Blunden and another rock-solid performance by goaltender Dustin Tokarski, the Hamilton Bulldogs (8-7-0-3) dropped the Syracuse Crunch (9-5-1-1) 4-1 Friday night at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec.
Corey Collard sit in for Steven Hindle, and joins Rob Elbaz and Coach K to preview tonights Habs-Capitals game. Margaret Stuart of starsandsticks.com joins the gang in the second segment, and Rosalyn Roy makes her MHT debut during the third segment. Join in on the fun!
Match Up: The Canadiens (11-9-2) are in Washington Friday night hoping to maintain the scoring touch they found against the Wild when they take on the Capitals (12-9-1). The game […]
Max Pacioretty scores a natural hat trick, with a little bit of help from his favorite centre David Desharnais, as the Montreal Canadiens crush the NHL’s hottest team, the Minnesota Wild, at the Bell Centre 6-2.
A three-goal second period and a stellar game in goal by Dustin Tokarski propelled the Hamilton Bulldogs (7-7-0-3) to a 5-1 victory over the Texas Stars (9-6-2-1) on Tuesday evening at Copps Coliseum. The win was the first through 17 games this season in which the ‘Dogs edged their opponents by more than one goal.
The Montreal Hockey Talk pre-game show had the privilege of interviewing the Minnesota Wild Director of Professional Scouting, Mr. Blair Mackasey, as its second segment guest. Join Steven Hindle, along with Nick Murdocco and Coach K as they pick the brain of one of Canada’s most respected hockey minds.
Match Up: The Canadiens (10-9-2) play host to the red hot Minnesota Wild (13-4-4) Tuesday night. The game is set to start at 7:30 and airs on RDS. This is […]
When Michel Therrien was hired about 18 months ago to coach the Montreal Canadiens, the decision didn’t have unanimous support from the fans and the media. The truth was that Therrien had already failed behind the Habs bench in the early 2000s. Yet, the move paid off last season when the Canadiens managed to lead the team to a Northeast Division championship with a record of 29-14-5 for 63 points in 48 games.
With a record of 9-9-2 after 21 games this season, the Montreal Canadiens have been inconsistent to say the least. After starting the season 5-2-0 in their first seven games, the Canadiens went 4-7-2 the following 13 games.
Ted Bird and Alex Rabbat are joined this week by Paul Graif and The Pre-Game’s Steven Hindle to break down a week that saw the Habs bring home 5 of a possible 8 points.
Hamilton Bulldogs forward Gabriel Dumont scored the only goal of the shootout as the ‘Dogs (6-7-0-3) snapped a six-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Lake Erie Monsters (8-6-0-1) at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday evening.
In the second of back to back games, the Canadiens wasted another masterful effort by Carey Price, and lost to the New York Rangers 1-0. Join Corey Collard, Rob Elbaz, Matt Casavant and Coach K, as they try to explain to futility that has become apparent in the Habs’ offence.
Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz and Coach K, who are once again joined by the evil “Dr. Doof” himself, Paul Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show, as they discuss what will go down it tonight’s Rangers – Habs game.
Match Up: The Canadiens (10-8-2) return home Saturday night to host the Rangers (9-9-0) one night after beating the Blue Jackets in a shoot out. The game is set to […]