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In a comedy of penalties, bad defensive coverage, and shoddy play in the neutral zone, the Montreal Canadiens started their 8-game holiday road trip on the wrong foot, suffering a 6-2 drubbing at the hands of the NHL leading Dallas Stars.

Join Coach K, along with CJIM morning man Graeme McDonald and Steven Hindle as they throw the book at the Habs, and look ahead to their next stop, a date Monday night against the Nashville Predators.


The Montreal Canadiens start their dreaded 8-game holiday road trip with a stop at American Airlines Arena, to face the NHL leading Dallas Stars.

Join Steven Hindle, Steve Farnham and Coach K as they take a look at how the Habs can come away with two points, while Nick Kucholtz of BlackoutDallas.com says otherwise from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.


MHT Post-Game: Hawks vs. Habs – Nov. 4th, 2014


Another game, another half-hearted effort, and the Montreal Canadiens drop another decision to the Chicago Blackhawks 5-0. Join Corey Collard, along with Bradley Karp, Sean Lloyd, JD and Coach K as they try to understand what is going on.

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MHT Pre-Game: Hawks vs. Habs – Nov. 4th, 2014


Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz and Coach K as they look ahead to tonight’s matchup between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Montreal Canadiens. Keith Schultz from BlackhawkUp.com join the boys from “Behind Enemy Lines”, brought to you by Cirqles.ca

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MHT: Under The Sun – July 1st, 2014


Join Corey Collard and Nick Murdocco, along with Rob Elbaz and Kristina Ashqar as they break down and discuss fresh acquisitions and trades made by the Canadiens these past few days.

**Due to technical difficulties a 2 minute portion was cut in the beginning of the show. Thank you for your understanding.


MHT Post-Game: Habs vs. Hawks – April 9th, 2014


In a fun and extertaining hockey game, the Montreal Canadiens kept place with the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks, but ultimately lost 3-2 in overtime. Join Corey Collard, along with Matt Casavant, Kristina Ashqar and Coach K as they explain the bright side of this type of game.

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montreal canadiens vs chicago blackhawks nhlMatch Up:

The Canadiens (45-27-7) are in Chicago Wednesday to visit the defending champion Blackhawks (45-19-5) in Montreal’s final road game of the season. The game starts at 7:30 and airs on RDS and TSN.

This is the second and final game between the Habs and Hawks this season, Montreal earned a 2-1 OT win in the first match. Andrei Markov scored both goals for the Habs the first time these teams met and Carey Price made 19 save for the win as the Canadiens held the Hawks to just 20 shots in the game.

What to Watch:

Max Pacioretty was named the NHL’s Third Star last week after putting up 4 goals and 6 points, 5 of them in the Habs’ 7-4 win over the Sens. 9 of Pacioretty’s 39 goals on the season have come in his last 8 games. PK Subban has been held under 20 minutes of ice time in his last 3 games, and has been held pointless in each of them.

With Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews on the sidelines, Patrick Sharp will likely finish the season as Chicago’s leading scorer. Sharp has 33 goals and 43 assists for a career high 76 point on the year. With 60 points and a +21 rating, Duncan Keith is making a strong case for Norris Trophy consideration, although with 3 assists in his last 6 games, Keith has cooled off a bit as the season winds down.

What’s at Stake:

The Canadiens are 4 points away from home ice advantage through the first round with 3 games to play. With back-to-back games coming up, and a Lightning game against the Flyers on Thursday, the Canadiens have multiple scenarios that would see them clinch.

Who’s Out:

A couple of healthy Canadiens won’t be making the trip to Chicago with the team, including the defensive pair of Andrei Markov and Alexei Emelin. Carey Price has the night off as well, while Brandon Prust (upper body) and Travis Moen (concussion) are also out. Josh Gorges will return to action Wednesday and Dale Weise (wrist) may be ready to play as well.

The Blackhawks are missing arguably their two best players for Wednesday’s game. Jonathan Toews (upper body) and Patrick Kane (lower body) are both out, as is backup goalie Nikolai Khabibulin (rotator cuff).

What Else:

With Markov missing Wednesday’s game, his streak of 137 straight regular season games played will come to an end. PK Subban is the only other Hab this season to play all 79 games so far, his Ironman streak is up to 131 consecutive games played.

The Question Mark:

Who are your Little Bear and Doghouse Habs players for the season?

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