Pre Game reading as Habs approach do or die time

Well in a little over 24 hours, we could be talking about a Game Seven between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens, or preparing our eulogies for the latter of the two teams.

For those who rely on the lack of officiating, Mike Boone gives you the latest doom and gloom for Game Six.

The Canadiens could find themselves without James Wisniewski and David Desharnais Tuesday night. Both players left Saturday's game for extended periods and took a therapy day from Monday's practice. As per usual, Jacques Martin wouldn't elaborate on the extent of his players condition, although RDS maintains that Desharnais has a sprained knee, and will make his final roster moves come game time.

Bulldogs roll on: The Hamilton Bulldogs are on the the second round in the Calder Cup playoffs, wrapping up their series Sunday against the Oklahoma City Barons in six games. Their opponent will be decided Tuesday night when the Manitoba Moose and Lake Erie Monsters meet in Game Seven of their series. In the meantime tickets for Games One and Two at Copps Coliseum are now on sale.

Chris Boucher grades the Habs in Game Five

Chris Stevenson on how the Habs are learning from their mistakes, and has five things they need to force a seventh game.

The Habs have no time for self-pity

A look how Kirk Muller could fit in as head coach of the Dallas Stars.

Ted Bird (no pun intended) with just maybe the last word about Andrew Ference's finger.

Habs play little big man well

No surprise that Zdeno Chara was a finalist for the Norris Trophy

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