The team’s playoff run has already been surreal. Why not one more crazy turn?
He may be a one-trick Powerhorse, but it’s a skill that’s proving tough to contain.
Avoiding a sweep and getting back to Tampa is the first step.
If Montreal wins Game 3, they’re right back in the series.
They would win a lot more games than they would lose if they played like they did in Game 2.
The Canadiens played very well, but the opposing netminder allowed them just a single goal.
Monday wasn’t pretty, but it only counts as one loss.
The Finnish winger brings puck skills and leadership on the ice.
Although they have won the trophy before, the veterans on the team are the proof of how hard it is to get to this point.
When the going got tough, the Habs got going.
The team’s shutdown line finished the job against Vegas.
Their backs aren’t against the wall but Montreal has everything to play for.
The interim-interim coach is providing a calming influence in rough waters.
Speed, deception, release, oh my!
The veteran is finding his ways to contribute to the Canadiens’ success this post-season.
The playoff version of the Canadiens didn’t come out of nowhere.
Chris Lee should never be allowed to officiate a Montreal Canadiens game again.
A win would have been nice, but the series isn’t over.
Perhaps some of the worst officiating ever seen, and this time without even the poor excuse of game management.
The Golden Knights should have won Game 3, but Price (and Marc-Andre Fleury) said ‘no.’
Price pulled off one of his best heists in Game 3.