Tag Archives: Matt D’Agostini

CHIPCHURA GETS ANOTHER SHOT


Let me take you back to the off-season, at a time when it became clear that Mats Sundin didn’t want to have anything to do with the Montreal Canadiens, and before GM Bob Gainey went out acquired Plan B, in … Continue reading

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CRUNCH TIME LOOMING FOR HABS’ BRASS


With no less than 17 forwards on the ice at practice today (18, if you count Mathieu Dandenault), it’s clear that decision-making time is looming for both head coach Guy Carbonneau and General Manager Bob Gainey, on a number of … Continue reading

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MID-TERM REPORT CARD


School’s out for the term, and members of the Montreal Canadiens are enjoying the Christmas break until they return to class Dec. 27 in Pittsburgh against the Penguins.  Report cards have been issued for all students.  Some have excelled, others … Continue reading

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WAITING FOR KOVALEV


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LARAQUE DELIVERS — ON THE SCORESHEET


Georges Laraque was sporting a grin that stretched from ear to ear when he was asked by reporters following last night’s 6-2 win over the New York Rangers how it felt to be the centre of attention as a result … Continue reading

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BACK TO BACK WINS. FINALLY.


In the minutes following last night’s 5-4 nail-biter over the Atlanta Thrashers, Saku Koivu was left shaking his head. He wasn’t the only one. A furious third-period comeback by the Thrashers, coupled with a 59-second collapse by the Canadiens, left … Continue reading

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