Sunday, March 31, 2013

Habs Sweep Season Series Against Rangers, Pacioretty Review, Robyn Regher And More...

Good Morning Addicts!

Carey Price earned his third shut-out of the season last night
and his second against the New York Rangers.
 The Montreal Canadiens shut out the New York Rangers 3-0 last night for the second time this season, with Carey Price earning his third shutout od the season.

Michael Ryder opened the scoring for the Habs giving him 14 points in as many games since joining the team giving Marc Bergevin good reason to think about extending his contract. Tomas Plekanec and Brendan Gallagher also scored for the Canadiens as they swept the three game season series against the Blueshirts.

P.K. Subban earned assists on all three goals as he continues to make a strong case for himself to be a candidate for the Norris trophy at years end.

Nathan Beaulieu finished his NHL debut with one shot on goal and one block while playing 17:17 minutes of ice time including 1:04 minutes on the powerplay.

Habs And Hockey News

- Andrew Berkshire (@AndrewBerkshire) follows up Lars Eller's mid season review with that of Max Pacioretty.

- The Montreal Canadiens placed defenseman Tomas Kaberle on waivers yesterday and it's a safe bet the veteran blueliner will clear today.

- With Raphael Diaz not returning anytime soon and Andrei Markov feeling the effects of the longest season he's played in years, is Robyn Regher the answer to the Habs blueline problems?

(Photo By Graham Hughes/Canadian Press)


Really last night the Montreal Canadiens played excellent. the New York Rangers were splashed by them. They had nothing to do.

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