returned for the season's final three games. "He taught us what the word 'courage' really meant," Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said. "He made us better people." Anaheim sits atop the NHL with 47 points, but the team is no stranger to poor defensive
Montreal Canadiens to avoid their longest losing streak of the season was a return home. That and some line shuffling by coach Michel Therrien . Strong play at home has been a constant all season for the Canadiens, who look to continue that trend Friday night against
Saad's late goal lifts Blackhawks over Canadiens
game, Montreal was a perfect 10-0-0 when leading after two periods. ''It was just a bad break,'' Montreal coach Michel Therrien said. ''I thought our effort was there and we competed against a really good hockey team.'' ''At times you need
Saad's goal in final minute lifts Blackhawks over Canadiens
the game, Montreal was a perfect 10-0-0 when leading after two periods. "It was just a bad break," Montreal coach Michel Therrien said. "I thought our effort was there and we competed against a really good hockey team." "At times you need breaks
unanswered goals in the third period, including the game-winner with 27 seconds to play. "It was just a bad break," coach Michel Therrien said. "I thought our effort was there and we competed against a really good hockey team. "At times you need breaks to
totaling three goals, the Canadiens return home where they've averaged 3.7 goals during a 5-1-0 stretch. Coach Michel Therrien isn't putting much stock in Friday's performance, chalking it up to bad luck due to the carom that led to Moulson
in exchange for left wing Travis Moen. "He's a guy who has made a career out of his work on the power play," coach Michel Therrien told the team's official website. "We'll see how things play out, but he's definitely a guy with a lot of experience
totaling five shots through his first seven games. "He's skating well, making the right decisions with the puck," coach Michel Therrien said. "Sometimes, taking a step back is not a bad thing. At the start of the season, I saw a player with less energy
Canadiens top Rangers in Game 3
Michel Therrien speaks on the Canadiens' OT win over the Rangers in Game 3.
Canadiens not backing down despite 3-1 hole
Canadiens players and head coach Michel Therrien comment on trying to fight out of a 3-1 hole in the Eastern Conference finals.