Tag Archives: New York Islanders

GUERIN TRADE WINDS BLOW THROUGH MONTREAL


While the Montreal Canadiens were preparing to play host to the San Jose Sharks last night at the Bell Centre, a game which the Habs won, 3-2, the hockey world was abuzz with word that Bill Guerin of the New … Continue reading

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O’BYRNE, OH NO


As if there weren’t enough reasons to be frustrated with the play of defenceman Ryan O’Byrne this season. O’Bryne made the highlight reel for all the wrong reasons Monday night, when he put the puck in his own net, giving … Continue reading

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A MOST IMPROBABLE VICTORY


Let us take you back to the 3:54 mark of the second period, when Alex Kovalev took a bad penalty: a hooking call with the New York Islanders leading the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 at the time. Kovalev knew it was … Continue reading

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HABS WIN; PAVEL BOLTS


It was after the 3-2 shootout win over Carolina at the Bell Centre Tuesday night that Alex Kovalev said the the current Canadiens are not playing the same kind of hockey that the 2007-2008 edition of this club finished the … Continue reading

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