An explosive ending to a whirlwind season.
Consider this an opening act for the 2022-23 season.
There wasn’t a lot to cheer about in last night’s game, but a couple of veterans showed up to play.
The new regime is already making significant changes on and off the ice.
In a world full of numbers, sometimes the most basic one matters.
The Laval Rocket standout made a strong case for himself on Sunday night.
The Habs had no business being in such a close game against the Panthers, but there they were.
Against the Bruins, Montreal played a superior opponent tough.
In the final game before Monday’s Trade Deadline, those in the shop window did well.
Could Jake Allen be on the move before the trade deadline this Monday?
It’s not just that they are winning, it’s how they are winning.
Things aren’t as bad as they were, but they still aren’t great.
If the right offer isn’t there, there’s no harm in Lehkonen remaining in the organization.
An absurd penalty against Gallagher on Saturday night suggests his position on the list is quite secure.
Two disallowed Canadiens goals show that there is an issue with the challenge rule.
The waiver pickup is rewarding the coach’s trust in him.
The end result was still less than ideal, but it was much less ugly than these games used to be.
After months of digging, the Canadiens might be on their way up.
How has the newest bench boss balanced the pressure of a rebuild with getting on-ice results?
Nick Suzuki has been showing some true leadership in a tough season.
A major factor in the Habs’ first winning streak of the season is a new-look top line, and it ran rampant over Toronto.