Readers of this blog are familiar with my views on Brendan Gallagher’s balls and the sack in which they reside. I’ve called them huge. I’ve diagnosed him with massive ball syndrome. I’ve […]
Canadiens defeat the Bruins in dramatic fashion with a shootout win in Boston. Join host Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Kamal Panesar, Rick Springhetti as they break down all the action from the game that was.
Join our host, Steven Hindle with Nick Murdocco, Rob Elbaz and Rick Springhetti. They are joined during the second segment by Jimmy Murphy of Murphy’s Hockey Law and ESPN.com
So the Habs have just lost back to back games in regulation time for the first time this season. It’s a freaking disaster totally reasonable outcome in the lifespan of a […]
Match-Up: The Canadiens (20-7-5) are in Boston Wednesday to take on the Bruins (21-7-3) one night after dropping a 1-0 decision to the Penguins. The Game starts at 7:30 and […]
Despite a masterful performance in goal by Carey Price, the Canadiens dropped a 1-0 decision to the Eastern Conference leading Pittsburgh Penguins. Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Jay Farrar and Kamal Panesar as they go over what the Habs need to do, going into tomorrow’s division battle with the Boston Bruins.
Join our host, Steven Hindle, as he welcomes Nick Murdocco and James Stephan of The Hockey Guys, as they discuss tonight’s tilt with the Pittsburgh Penguins. They are joined during the second segment by Johnny Feulner of PensLabyrinth.com.
In 29 hours, the Canadiens season may look quite different than it does today. As of right now, the Habs are a good team. Solid from top to bottom. But […]
Match-Up: The Canadiens (20-6-5) are in Pittsburgh Tuesday night to face the Eastern conference leading Penguins (25-8-0), winners of their last 12 straight. The game starts at 7:00 and can […]
Rumor has it that Jarome Iginla has given a list of 4 teams he would agree to be traded to. On that list are the Penguins, Bruins, Blackhawks and Kings. […]
We’ve done this before.Here and here.We are told that divine intervention altered Carey Price’s career like no other phenomenon could.Lately, we have felt that PK could use a little guidance, […]
The Habs finished their week 1-1-1 after dropping another game to the Buffalo Sabres. There are two ways to look at their performance this week. 1) The Habs lost 2 […]
Although the Canadiens dominated the Buffalo Sabres, a couple of untimely (and unfounded) penalties proved to be their undoing, as they dropped a 2-1 decision on Saturday night. Join Corey Collard, along with Rob “KitKat” Elbaz and our McKibbon’s contest winners, John Saxe and his friend Greg, to break the action down.
First hour guests: Rand Pecknold (Head Coach – Quinnipac Bobcats – NCAA), Sarah McLellan (Arizona Republic) and Daryl Evans (L.A. Kings Commentator)
Second Hour guests: Andy Strickland (TrueHockey.com), Tracey Myers (CSN Chicago) and Chris Johnston (Senior Writer – Sportnet.ca)
Our host Steven Hindle welcomes Rob “KitKat” Elbaz and Corey Collard, along with our second segment guest Timothy Redinger of SabreNoise.com, to discuss the second meeting this week at the Bell Centre between the Buffalo Sabres and the Habs.
Match-Up: The Canadiens (20-5-5) are back home Saturday to host the Sabres (12-15-4) after losing to them in overtime earlier this week. The game is set to start at 7:00 […]
No he doesn’t. Ok, so we spent the evening last night over at Montreal Hockey Talk debating whether last night’s win over the Islanders was important for the team’s psyche. […]
Join our host Corey Collard, along with Lady Loves Hockey’s Stephanie Darwish, Nick Murdocco and Dave Kellerman as they review another victory by the Canadiens, this time by a score of 5-2 against their season-long nemesis, the New York Islanders. They also discuss the GM Meetings in Toronto, and some of the proposed rule changes being thrown around.
Join our host Steven Hindle, along with Rob “KitKat” Elbaz and Nick Murdocco, as they preview tonight’s Canadiens-Islanders tilt. Will the Habs be able to stop John Tavares and Matt Moulson?
Habs visit bizarro world, a dimension where Dennis Rodman is Secretary General of the United Nations and the Islanders are better than them.
Tonight the Habs are Long Island to play a team that for some reason gives them a lot of trouble. On Paper, it doesn’t make any sense. It’s like Denzel […]
If the “blame P.K.” Twitter hashtag isn’t a distant memory, it should be based on the way Canadiens fans closed ranks around P.K. Subban following Tuesday’s loss to Buffalo at the Bell Center.
Match-Up: The Canadiens (19-5-5) are in New York Thursday night to face the Islanders (13-13-3), the last team to defeat the Habs in regulation. The puck drops at 7:00 and […]
The Habs were a hunting accident waiting to happen last night at the Bell Center, where they posed a danger to everyone except their actual prey. Fortunately, there were no friendly fire casualties, but the fact is with their almost comical lack of shooting accuracy, the Canadiens would have had a difficult time beating Gigi Buffon in a soccer net, never mind Jhonas Enroth in regulation NHL dimensions.
Ok, let’s get some particulars out of the way. The Habs lost. But they did get a point. They didn’t show up in the 1st. But they dominated the rest […]