Dale Weise scores his third goal in two games


Pacioretty is doing his best to make Weise into a goal scorer, and it seems to be working. Gif via @PeteBlackburn

Milan Lucic tries to hit Jiri Sekac, and fails


Jiri Sekac is a lot more solid on his skates than Milan Lucic thought, as the Boston forward tried to lay out poor Jiri with a big hit, only to end up on his own keister.

Alexei Emelin blocks a sure goal


Emelin bailed out Carey Price after a bad bounce left him vulnerable and the net empty.

Galchenyuk gets ready to face the Bruins


Chucky se prépare pour un gros match. // Chucky getting set for a showdown in Boston. #GoHabsGo

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Alex Galchenyuk does this little stickhandling ritual all the time before games. Neat little insight into his mental preparation.

Father doesn't always know best


That kid definitely has a bright future ahead of him, seeing as he avoided choosing the dark side when it comes to the Bruins/Habs rivalry.

Jacob is back


It turns out that de la Rose's return to Hamilton was short lived, as the Habs have announced the Swedish forward will return to the team.

Brandon Prust scores right out of the penalty box


Brandon Prust got suckered for a penalty by Patrick Kaleta, but he made the most of it after the Habs killed it off, one-timing a David Desharnais feed home right out of the box.

Canadiens recall Jacob de la Rose from Bulldogs


AHL rookie Jacob de la Rose has been called up from the Hamilton Bulldogs, which is a bit surprising since he's just 19 years old, but he has been hot of late. He has just 11 points in 37 AHL games this year, but carries a +7 rating in heavy defensive minutes, and has five points in his previous six games.

1st star in the NHL


Price won all three games he started, combined with a 0.66 goals-against average, a.980 save percentage and two shutouts this week. Simply put, he was dominant and definitely deserves the honour this week.

Galchenyuk opens the scoring with a great snipe


How good is Alex Galchenyuk's shot? Welcome to the NHL, Louis Domingue.