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Canadiens on Road in Washington to Face Caps

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Canadiens in Must Win Position Against Caps Two games remain in the regular season for the Montreal Canadiens and Washington Capitals. The Washington Capitals have a playoff spot secured and are attempting to clinch top spot in the Metropolitan Division. They have a three-point edge over the New York Islanders. They will face them in the final game of the ...

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Blue Jackets and Canadiens Face off Tonight

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Canadiens and Blue Jackets Battle for Final Playoff Spot Thursday night will be the most important game of the season for both the Columbus Blue Jackets and Montreal Canadiens. Both clubs are in the midst of a playoff battle for the final Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference. Just two points are separating the teams. Thursday’s game could mean ...

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Nashville Predators Host Montreal Canadiens Thursday Night

Nashville Predators Hockey

Defense Will be a Priority With Preds and Habs Two highly defensive squads take the ice tonight in a battle of East vs. West. With Pekka Rinne between the pipes, Nashville Predators (33-21-5) has allowed the fourth-fewest goals in the league (2.59). They will take on the Montreal Canadiens, who’ve won three of their last four games (31-18-7) thanks to ...

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Canadiens Host the Jets in Thursday NHL Action

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All Canadian Matchup in Montreal The high-flying Winnipeg Jets will be paying a visit to the Bell Centre on Thursday to take on the Montreal Canadiens. Both teams have been hot of late, with each winning three of their last four games. The Habs are coming off of a decisive 4-1 victory over the struggling Anaheim Ducks, while Winnipeg dropped ...

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Canadiens Welcome Islanders on Thursday

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  Habs Look to Continue Winning Streak After winning only their second game in the past eight on Tuesday versus the Rangers, the Montreal Canadiens (32-20-8) hope to build on their recent victory against the other New York hockey club. Since firing head coach Michel Therrien and hiring Claude Julien, the Habs are 1-1. Carey Price (2.44 goals against average, ...

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Boston Hosts Habs in NHL Action Sunday

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  Habs have Lost Five of Last Six The Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins will renew the NHL’s greatest rivalry at the TD Garden on Sunday. Oddsmakers opened the Bruins as -135-moneyline favorites versus the Canadiens, while the game’s total opened at 5. Boston won its last outing, a 4-3 result against the Vancouver Canucks on February 11. Bettors ...

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Home Stretch for NHL Playoff Hopefuls

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  Habs are Best in NHL on Puckline Fresh off a commanding 5-2 win following the All-Star Break, the Montreal Canadiens (30-14-7 SU, 31-20 ATS) are racking up more units (22.98) against the puck line than any other team. A lot of that is thanks to Max Pacioretty (24 goals, 18 assists). He is coming off a hat trick against ...

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NHL Odds: Habs, Minnesota Wild Collide in Montreal

NHL Odds: Habs, Minnesota Wild Collide in Montreal 10

  Top Puck line Teams Square Off Two of this year’s top teams versus the puck line will meet Thursday night (7:30 PM ET, SN360) when the 21-7-4 Montreal Canadiens host the 19-8-4 Minnesota Wild. The Canadiens are first in the Atlantic Division and first in profits at +18.27 units (21-11 ATS); the Wild are second in the Central and ...

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Bruins Try to Keep Pace with the Habs in Atlantic

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Habs Battle Rival Bruins Tuesday The Bruins and the Habs will battle on Tuesday. The Montreal Canadiens own the NHL’s best record, but they aren’t playing at their best ahead of battle with the long-time rival Boston Bruins on Tuesday at the Bell Centre. Oddsmakers currently have the Canadiens listed as 190-moneyline favorites versus the Bruins, while the game’s total ...

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NHL Odds: Habs Seek Sweep in Ottawa

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          NHL Odds: Habs Seek Sweep in Ottawa   The hottest young goalie in the NHL couldn’t stop them. Neither could one of the league’s top veterans. The Montreal Canadiens are one win away from completing a first-round sweep of the Ottawa Senators, who trail their Eastern Conference quarterfinal 3-0 with Game 4 coming up Wednesday ...

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