13 Total Updates since February 6, 2013
3 months ago Article 55 comments
It's funny how quickly fan perceptions change, and how often these perceptions are really, really bad. Lots of people are overreacting to the loss last night, so it's my job to explain why you shouldn't.
3 months ago Article 5 comments
Claude Julien s'ajuste et les Bruins passent devant.
3 months ago Video 3 comments
It was a close one that the Habs deserved at least one point for.
3 months ago Article 43 comments
Your quick recap of tonight's Montreal Canadiens loss to the Boston Bruins
3 months ago Article 225 comments
You third period thread for tonight's Canadiens-Bruins Game
3 months ago GameThread 517 comments
It's been far too long since we had a taste of pure, unadulterated hatred. Let's go.
3 months ago Article 8 comments
As usual when we face a new team, Stephan breaks down the opponent.
3 months ago Article 51 comments
It's been 357 days since the Montreal Canadiens last faced off against the Boston Bruins. The hype for tonight is palpable.
3 months ago Article 29 comments
Now, it's been almost a year (357 days, to be exact), since the last time these two teams (the best rivalry in sports, to be exact) played each other, so we wouldn't blame you if you've forgotten what the atmosphere at these games are like (insane, to be exact). Eyes on the Prize has you covered, with our handy guide on how to conduct yourself if you're going to be at the Bell Centre this evening, when Evil comes to visit the Habs.
3 months ago Article 75 comments
Over the last couple days, it's become apparent that Stanley Cup of Chowder has been attempting to circumvent the SB Nation collective bargaining agreement. EOTP feels it's time to end this tomfoolery.
3 months ago Article 195 comments
Today we're going to do something a little bit different, hopefully you all enjoy it.
3 months ago Article 495 comments
Since the Bruins are the Habs' biggest rivals these days, we expanded our usual pregame coverage to be a bit more epic.
3 months ago Article 124 comments
Hockey Night in Canada is never a place where you can expect hyper-intelligent hockey discussion, but P.J. Stock took it to a new low last weekend, and we got some funny results.