The Montreal Canadiens sweep the season series against the New York Islanders, with a 4-2 victory at the Bell Centre on Sunday night.
Join Corey Collard, along with Coach K and Kristina Ashqar, as they break it all down.
Overcoming a 3-0 deficit, and some very sloppy through the first 30 minutes of the hockey game, the Montreal Canadiens came all the way back, ultimately beating the Vancouver Canucks in OT 4-3, on a goal by David Desharnais.
Join Nick Murdocco, along with Coach K, Kristina Ashqar and Matt Casavant as they break it all down…Semin and all.
After a 6-1 drubbing at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night, the Montreal Canadiens look to bounce back tonight versus the Vancouver Canucks.
Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and Coach K, as they preview the final matchup between these two Canadian teams this season.
Thomas Drance of Sportsnet.ca joins us from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.
Despite referee Chris Lee’s best effort, the Montreal Canadiens overcame bad penalty calls and a disallowed goal to get the best of the Boston Bruins by a score of 4-2 at the Bell Centre tonight.
Join Nick Murdocco, along with Coach K, Steve Farnham and Kelly Greig live from the Bell Centre, as they breakdown what went on, post-game reactions, and the overall feelings of HabsNation.
Another Saturday night, another game between the Montreal Canadiens and their lifelong rivals the Boston Bruins. Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and Coach K as they preview the game, pitting the NHL’s best power play and the league’s most prolific offense.
Andie Bennett from CBC Radio One’s Daybreak joins the gang during the second segment to give you her take on tonight’s game and the Canadiens’ season thus far.
Former Habs’ netminder Jaroslav Halak did his best to give the Islanders a chance to win, but an early 3rd period outburst, along with another power play goal by Dale Weise, gave the Montreal Canadiens a 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders.
Join Corey Collard, along with Coach K and TVA Sports’ Matt Casavant, as they breakdown the action, and take a look ahead to the Habs’ next opponents, the Boston Bruins, on Saturday night.
The New York Islanders visit the Bell Centre tonight to take on your Montreal Canadiens, with John Tavares making a return to their lineup.
Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and Coach K, as they breakdown tonight’s key matchup. The crew is joined by Sean Cuthbert of Hockey This Week Radio from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.
The Montreal Canadiens threw everything but the kitchen sink at the Ottawa Senators’ net, as Craig Anderson stopped 36 of 37 shots, and Kyle Turris scored the overtime winner, as the Habs fell to the Sens in overtime 2-1.
Join Nick Murdocco, along with Coach K and Steven Hindle, as they discuss what went on during the game, and engage in some heated discussion over the referees and potential line juggling.
The Montreal Canadiens, in the 2nd game of a 4 game homestand, face-off against their bitter rivals down Highway 417, the Ottawa Senators, who are minus their sophomore forward Mark Stone. Will Craig Anderson have another fantastic performance to stifle the Habs high-powered offence? Will Jean-Gabriel Pageau continue his hot play against “Les Glorieux”?
Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and Coach K as they preview the game and tell you what to expect in tonight’s matchup.
In the second segment, the crew is joined by TSN’s Scott Cullen, who took a lot of flack for his 2nd place rankings of the Montreal Canadiens in this week’s NHL power rankings.
The boys are back in town, as the Montreal Canadiens, on the strength of a pair of goals from Thomas Fleischmann and another shorty from Paul Byron, hammered the Winnipeg Jets by a score of 5-1 at the Bell Centre.
Join Nick Murdocco, along with Coach K and Sean Lloyd, as they breakdown the action, and look forward to the Habs’ upcoming week, which includes games versus Ottawa, the Islanders and Boston.