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Hockey Night in Canada playoffs montage

The best part of CBC's presentation of Hockey Night in Canada is easily their montages. As per usual, Tim Thompson (@b0undless) knocked it out of the park with this masterpiece set to the tune of For Whom the Bells Toll.

Can the Canadiens reclaim home-ice advantage?

After losing home-ice advantage in game 82, can the Habs reclaim it by drawing first blood against the Lightning?

Captains getting it done: A side-by-side of Gionta and Koivu's game winners

MDevonL on reddit had the brilliant idea of putting two of the Canadiens' more epic shootout/penalty moments together. I remember thinking after Gionta got the job done that the move looked pretty familiar, but I didn't put two and two together and realize that the current captain had taken inspiration from the last captain. It's little things like this that stick out as great moments.

Habs forward lines for game 1

Arpon Basu is at Habs practice, and the Canadiens' lines have been mixed up a little bit to face the Lightning. Arpon notes that the Prust - Eller - Gionta line seems to be the line that will be trusted to counter Steven Stamkos. Francis Bouillon is also playing with Mike Weaver, hinting that he'll be the one to draw into game 1 over Douglas Murray.

Home Ice Watch: Washington vs Tampa Bay

Go Caps Go!

Podcast: Ice Level's playoff preview w/ Jim Corsi

The fifth episode of Ice Level is today at 11:30 AM ET. Tune in!

Captain Clutch

A seemingly quiet game turned into a barnburner and finished with a Brian Gionta overtime penalty shot goal.

Finishing strong

Playing their 82nd game of 2013-14, can the Canadiens finish their season strong?

Tokarski extended

Marc Bergevin has decided he's liked what he's seen from the young netminder.

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