Filed under: Stream Game Day Streams 2014-15 Game 33: Montreal Canadiens vs Anaheim Ducks Contributors: Eyes On The Prize Staff Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: 2014-15 Game 33: Montreal Canadiens vs Anaheim Ducks Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email It's Saku Koivu night in Montreal as the Habs take on the Ducks. 13 Total Updates Since Dec 18, 2014, 4:00am EST Follow this stream December 19, 2014 Canadiens-Ducks: analyse, chances de marquer By Olivier Absent Pacioretty, point de salut? December 19, 2014 Pacioretty injured during disappointing loss By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont The loss to the Ducks wasn't the only thing that hurt last night, as Max Pacioretty was sent to the hospital following a hit by Clayton Stoner. December 18, 2014 Clayton Stoner will face no discipline for dirty hit on Max Pacioretty By Andrew Berkshire December 18, 2014 Max Pacioretty injury: Canadiens forward sent to hospital By Andrew Berkshire December 18, 2014 Habs drop one they deserved By Matt Drake@DrakeMT It was an emotional night at the Bell as Saku Koivu was honoured, but it wasn't enough to power the Habs to victory. December 18, 2014 Vote on player ratings vs Ducks By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont The Habs' winning streak came to an end. Who played best tonight? December 18, 2014 Pacioretty injured By Andrew Berkshire Max Pacioretty left the game against the Ducks with an undisclosed injury after a late hit from behind. December 18, 2014 3rd Period Thread: In-Between Days By Mark Black@Mark_Black Good Second Period Effort, but Habs Down 0-1. December 18, 2014 2nd Period Thread: Citizen Saku By Mark Black@Mark_Black Montreal's 1st period play reminds fans of the bad ol days. Anaheim leads 1-0 December 18, 2014 Habs honour Koivu's career By Scott Matla@scottmatla The former captain gave a heartfelt speech on his special night in Montreal and made pretty much everyone cry. December 18, 2014 Game Thread: Canadiens vs Ducks By Mark Black@Mark_Black Habs honour Saku Koivu as the only two NHL franchises he has ever known, Ducks and Canadiens, clash in Montreal. December 18, 2014 Merci Saku By Marc Dumont@MarcPDumont Saku Koivu was a great leader for the Canadiens, but more importantly, is a great human being. December 18, 2014 Previewing Habs and Ducks By Ian Murray@iancmy1 Can the Canadiens get a fourth straight win at the expense of a former Hab?