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After a tough loss to the Anaheim Ducks, the Montreal Canadiens will look to get at least one win on the California coast against the Los Angeles Kings.

Join Coach K and Tony Healey as they preview tonight’s tilt, along with Frozen Royalty’s Gann Matsuda from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.

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The Montreal Canadiens threw everything but the kitchen sink at the Los Angeles Kings, but a couple of points from Drew Doughty and stellar goaltending from Jonathan Quick had them leave the Bell Centre with 3-0 victory. Now the Habs embark on the dreaded 8-game road trip over the holidays, and it leave Canadiens’ fans wondering if they can come out of it in time for the Winter Classic.

Join Coach K, along with CJIM Montreal’s Graeme McDonald and Steve Farnham as they try to make sense of it all.

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With the dreaded 8-game Holiday road trip around the corner, can the Montreal Canadiens turn things around against the Los Angeles Kings?

Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and Coach K, as they answer that question and much more, along with Gann Matsuda of FrozenRoyalty.net from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.

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Desjardins Post-Game: Habs vs. Kings – March 5th, 2015

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Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz, Steve Farnham and Coach K as they go over another loss on the West Coast, this time in a shootout at the hands of the Los Angeles Kings.

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Desjardins Pre-Game: Habs vs. Ducks – March 5th, 2015

Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz and Coach K as they preview the last game on the California coast against the Los Angeles Kings. The boys were privileged to have former NHL great Bernie Nicholls join them from “Behind Enemy Lines”, brought to you by Cirqles.ca

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MHT Post-Game: Habs vs. Kings – March 3rd, 2014

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Despite what seemed to be a game that had good tempo and flow, the Montreal Canadiens just couldn’t match the Los Angeles Kings size and skill, losing to them 2-1 in the first of four games of a Western swing. Join Corey Collard, along with Rob Elbaz, Matt Casavant and Coach K as they break down the action, and delve into Wednesday’s NHL trade deadline.

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As if we all needed another reminder that hockey is — and until another country can produce as many quality and winning players – Canada’s sport. What Canada did in their semifinals and gold medal wins at the 2014 Men’s Olympic hockey tournament can only be described as the type of dominance that we haven’t seen at the Olympics or international level since the Russian Red Armyteams owned the international hockey scene. That’s why it’s no surprise to have just read these stats from the NHL public relations department’s always-resourceful “Morning Skate” email:

“With the win, Canada became the first country to earn back-to-back gold medals since the Soviet Union in 1984 and 1988.”

To read more:

http://www.xnsports.com/2014/02/23/murphs-musings-canada-hockey/

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Feb 15, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Latvia forward Mikelis Redlihs (24) attempts to poke the puck in the net as Sweden goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30), Sweden forward Jimmie Ericsson (42) defend in a men’s preliminary round ice hockey game during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Shayba Arena. Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 15, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Latvia forward Mikelis Redlihs (24) attempts to poke the puck in the net as Sweden goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30), Sweden forward Jimmie Ericsson (42) defend in a men’s preliminary round ice hockey game during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Shayba Arena. Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

The seedings are set for the qualification and medal rounds of the Men’s Olympic hockey tournament and Sweden, United States, Canada and Finland all earned byes and automatic spots in the quarterfinals. Of those four the United States appear to be the most dominant and hottest team right now as they have used a balanced attack, strong defense and solid goaltending to go 2-1-0-0 through the first three games. Right now, it wouldn’t be the least bit surprising if USA and Canada end up in a rematch in the semifinals if all top four seeds were to advance from the quarterfinals. But as history has proved, things don’t always go as planned and upsets can occur. Here’s this scribe’s take on who out of the top four seeds is the most likely to be upset in the quarterfinals.

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