After a quarter of the season, and a year after a transformation, what have we learned about the Montreal Canadiens?
Twenty-one games down, things are a bit clearer around the organization.
After the first quarter of the season, Montembeault is a top-10 NHL goaltender in several categories.
Last week saw a goal from a player you’d expect to score, and one from a goaltender who didn’t even shoot.
In today’s links, should Slafkovský spend some time in the AHL, a new perspective on the Canadiens-Nordiques rivalry, Kovacevic’s a smarty-pants, the streakiness of the first NHL quarter, and more.
Lane Hutson is putting up record-breaking numbers in the NCAA so far as a freshman, Sean Farrell might just be the best playmaker in the Habs’ system, and more on Jayden Struble and Luke Tuch.
The protagonist stole the show in Friday’s matinée.
The refs on the ice allowed it, and we’ll have to wait and see if the department of player safety will as well.
The man advantage comes through for the Habs.
The trend of defencemen scoring continues for the Habs.
Currently fourth in team scoring, Monahan’s trade deadline value seems to increase by the game.
In today’s links, errors are starting to look like trends, decisions to be made on the blueline, Senators drawing a lot of interested buyers, and more.
Strong effort by Montembeault as Habs beat the Jackets for the first time in over three years.
Defencemen have the Habs back in this one.
Xhekaj draws back in, and gets on the board.
Eric Bélanger steps down from coaching Lions de Trois-Rivières
The Habs had six opportunities to make that game a little closer, and threw each of them in the trash.
A bit of secondary scoring has the Canadiens back in the game once more.