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A slew of Canadiens’ fans are hoping to see their team take a two game lead this evening, Kevin Gallagher reports from Chez Serge.
Brian Wilde explains why the Lightning will be extra motivated for Game Two in this exclusive clip for the CTV Montreal website.
Jon Cooper, Anders Lindback, Victor Hedman, Steve Stamkos, Josh Gorges, Dale Weise, Francis Bouillon and Michel Therrien on Game 2.
There are two ways to look at Dale Weise scoring the Game 1 overtime winner for the Montreal Canadiens.
The church is giving Habs fans a chance to support the only Canadian team in the Stanley Cup playoffs and do a little charity work by donating $1 to light a virtual candle on the www.laflammedesseries.ca website.
Game one of the playoffs was fun to watch and the Habs came out on top. Both teams practised Thursday ahead of game two.
If Game 1 was a preview of what's to come, fans should grab their popcorn and settle in for the rest of the Montreal Canadiens' series against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Read Brian Wilde's insightful analysis on the first Habs-Lightning game of the 2014 playoffs, including his assessment of Bolts' goaltender Anders Lindback's glove hand.
Bars are busy tonight as NHL playoff season gets underway. Rob Lurie reports from a massive viewing party in the city.
Millions of fans gear up to will watch as the Habs set off on their quest for the Stanley Cup, Denise Roberts reports.
The Canadiens head south today to prepare for their first-round series against the Lightning, Andre Corbeil reports.
The NHL's regular season has come to a close. Ahead of the Habs' first playoff game Wednesday, CTV's Brian Wilde evaluates each player based on their regular season performance.
Weaver, Gallagher, Gionta, Price and Gorges talk about ending the season with a win and look ahead to the start of the playoffs.
A Carey Price shutout and a game-winning goal on a penalty shot made for an uplifting end to the Montreal Canadiens regular season.
The Habs are in one of those offensive funks they get into after their coaching staff convinces them high-scoring wins are not the right kind of wins, Brian Wilde writes.
Brian Gionta scored on a penalty shot at 2:04 of overtime to give the Montreal Canadiens a 1-0 victory over the New York Rangers in the final NHL regular season game for both teams on Saturday night.
Brian Wilde, Francois Gagnon of RDS and Arpon Basu of LNH.com look ahead to the Habs-Lightning playoff series, which starts next week.
The Montreal Canadiens need at least point in their final game in order to stay alive for the second seed in the Atlantic Division.
The Montreal Canadiens signed goaltender Dustin Tokarski to a two-year contract extension Saturday.
The Canadiens traded for Mike Weaver on deadline day, but his arrival was overshadowed by Vanek's. But the defenceman is a diamond in the rough.
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Mayor Coderre tries his hand at forecasting.