Bill Burr – comedian, Boston native, and noted Bruins fan – is doing a few standup shows in Montreal this summer and tickets are going on sale this week. With the shows being held in the city of the Bruins’ biggest rivals, the Canadiens, Burr decided to have a little fun with the pre-sale code for
Andrew Hammond and the Ottawa Senators have officially overtaken the Boston Bruins for the East’s final playoff spot, but Hammond’s stellar play is not the only hamburger-related torture B’s fans have had to endure lately.
Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust has been known to get under the skin of opposing teams time and again, and it’s pretty safe to say he did that (and more) on Monday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. During the second period in Tampa, Prust laid a very solid body check on Ben Bishop, the
The Canadiens will definitely regret this home loss to the…Oilers?
Considering the fact that I don’t speak French, I couldn’t tell you what is being discussed in the skit above – performed by a Quebec area theater group – but it’s making headlines around the hockey world because it involves a white actor playing the role of Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban while in blackface.
To put it quite simply, P.K. Subban is the best.
Montreal Canadiens legend Jean Beliveau, who passed away a week ago at the age of 83, was honored before Tuesday night’s game against the Vancouver Canucks at the Bell Centre.
Carey Price made this amazing save to rob Vancouver’s Nick Bonino just a few moments into Tuesday’s game in Montreal. Price dives across his own crease and denies Bonino with the paddle of his stick, keeping the Canucks off the board early. It’s one of the better desperation saves you’ll see this year.
The Montreal Canadiens hosted their biggest rivals, the Boston Bruins, for the two teams’ final meeting at the Bell Centre this season on Thursday night. It was a good night for Canadiens fans – not only did the Habs dismantle Boston 5-1, but fans in attendance were also treated to two pregame anthems from up-and-coming
Arguing about whether fighting belongs in hockey seems to be all the rage these days and, after top prospect Connor McDavid broke his hand during a scrap earlier this week, the fighting/anti-fighting argument is hotter than ever. Thursday night’s NHL action saw yet another player suffer an injury during a fight, as 24-year old Bruins
It was pretty well documented that some Bruins players weren’t exactly kind to Canadiens fans in Montreal on Thursday night, and it appears that Canadiens fans weren’t so hospitable to the Bruins either. One fan, who was presumably pulling for the Habs, brought a laser pointer with them to Bell Center, where they tried their very best
With his team down by one goal with less than two minutes to go in Thursday’s Bruins-Canadiens game, Boston forward Milan Lucic took a costly penalty after a hit on Alexei Emelin. As you can imagine, this made Canadiens fans – who aren’t all that shy about their distaste for Lucic – very, very happy.