Marc Bergevin celebrates game one OT goal


Marc Bergevin is a man of many expressions and apparently many dance moves. The Habs GM celebrated with this hilariously awkward dance. Meanwhile Steve Yzerman...looked less than pleased. gif courtesy of @myregularface who you should all follow immediately.

Creative hockey display bashing Toronto at a Canadian Tire


Someone working at Canadian Tire in (I'm assuming) Ottawa, took advantage of their position in staging a display to take a shot at the Toronto Maple Leafs. As funny as it may seem at first, the one thing that didn't go wrong with the Leafs this year was goaltending. Oddly that was Ottawa's achilles heel. It's almost as if Sens fans are really insecure or something.

Sports talk in Canada this Spring:


As the only team in Canada that will make the playoffs this year, things can get tricky for Habs fans when talking sports to other fan bases come playoff time.

Habs have been better than Tampa since Olympics


Although the Lightning have been better than the Canadiens for pretty much the entire season, since the Olympic break, the two teams have been very close, with Montreal holding the edge. Via

Poor Leafs fans...


I'm starting to feel a little bad for Leafs fans with how poorly their team is run, but I'm still laughing. Via

Pacioretty second star of the season in the NHL


Although Habs fans are well aware of his dominance, other fans are starting to take notice of the endless amount of goals Max Pacioretty produces. As it stands, the 25 year old American is sitting in second among all NHL players for the 3 Stars rankings in the NHL. Pretty good for a perimeter player, don't you think?

Logic, according to Milan Lucic


Last night Milan Lucic called Alexei Emelin a chicken for absolutely obliterating him with a clean hip check. That's rich, coming from Milan "no thanks" Lucic.

Milan Lucic spears Emelin in the gonads.


Ever the epitome of class, Lucic was still sore about the huge hit Emelin gave him earlier in the game and gave him a blatant slash to the cojones. There was no penalty on the play. Stay classy Lucic. h/t to @MyRegularFace for the gif.

Dale Weise leaves the game after dangerous shove


Kevan Miller is a true Bruin. He injured Weise on this play by shoving him in the numbers in a very dangerous area. Weise left the game and is not expected to return. The Habs did however manage to score on the ensuing power play. Thanks to always excellent @PeteBlackburn for the gif.

Marc Bergevin celebrates, remains dapper while doing so


Let it never be said that the general manager isn't emotionally invested in this team. His pure joy at watching the game winning goal is proof enough that Bergevin is a fan at heart, as well as the general manager.


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