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Canadiens’ Shea Weber to undergo foot surgery, miss rest of season

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 1 day ago.

The Montreal Canadiens won’t be participating in the playoffs, so on Thursday it was announced that Shea Weber is set to undergo surgery to repair a tear in a tendon in his left foot, ending his season. ˝Following the diagnosis of Shea Weber’s injury, it was our belief that after a comprehensive rehabilitation protocol under the guidance of our medical team, Shea would be able to return to play this season,” said the team’s orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Paul Martineau in a statement. After further exams, and a consultation on Wednesday in Green Bay, Wisconsin with specialist Dr. Robert Anderson, and with Shea’s approval, it has been determined that he should undergo surgery and will be out for the reminder of the season.

Golden Knights don’t want to focus on big picture

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 4 days ago.

LAS VEGAS (AP) The Vegas Golden Knights have done an excellent job of not looking too far ahead in their inaugural season. It has served them well during their amazing run as an expansion team, all the way to the top of the NHL standings. After Saturday’s 6-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens, the Golden Knights lead the NHL with 82 points.

Smith leads Golden Knights to 6-3 win over Canadiens

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 4 days ago.

It was a great time for Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley to visit the locker room after their latest win. The Golden Knights had just beaten one of the NHL's Original Six teams, set another record for an expansion team in its inaugural season, and they also leapfrogged the Tampa Bay Lightning for the top spot in the NHL standings with 82 points. Reilly Smith had two goals and an assist to lead Vegas to a 6-3 win over the struggling Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night.

Avalanche blank Habs for 10th straight home win

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 7 days ago.

Carl Soderberg and Alexander Kerfoot scored, and Semyon Varlamov stopped all 44 shots he faced as the Colorado Avalanche beat the Montreal Canadiens 2-0 on Wednesday night in Denver to equal a franchise record with a 10th consecutive home-ice victory. Colorado's last loss at the Pepsi Center was Dec. 27. The last time the organization won 10 straight home games was when the team played in Quebec City during the 1994-95 campaign.

Canadiens, Subban bitterness showed in Gallagher comments

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 12 days ago.

Be sure to visit NBCOlympics.com and NBC Olympic Talk for full hockey coverage from PyeongChang. If “living well is the best revenge,” then P.K. Subban is essentially going Charles Bronson on the Montreal Canadiens since the notorious Shea Weber trade. Last season, the Habs watched Subban make the 2017 Stanley Cup Final during his first season with the Nashville Predators.

Ellis scores in shootout, Predators beat Canadiens 3-2

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 12 days ago.

Things looked to be getting nasty between P.K. Subban and his former teammates. Subban was held off the scoresheet and played a turnover-filled game, but his Nashville Predators still pulled out a 3-2 shootout victory on Saturday night - mainly thanks to the outstanding play of goalie Pekka Rinne who made 47 saves, including 10 in the five-minute overtime period. Ryan Ellis scored the only goal in the shootout to lift the Predators to the win.

P.K. Subban says media, community has influence on Canadiens’ success

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 12 days ago.

There’s a certain level of scrutiny that comes with playing in a Canadian market. The fans are perceived to be perhaps fiercer in their loyalty to their team, almost militant at times and when things aren’t going the correct way, tempers flare a little brighter and anger seeps in a little deeper. There’s also a perception that the media in Canadian markets is tougher, that somehow scribes, radio personalities, and T.V. broadcasters can exert a level of influence that can turn the ship, even if ever so slightly.

Capitals sign Eller to $17.5 million, five-year deal

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 12 days ago.

The Capitals have signed center Lars Eller to a $17.5 million, five-year contract extension. General manager Brian MacLellan announced the deal Saturday. The 28-year-old Dane was in the final year of his contract with the Capitals and would have become a free agent on July 1.

Defenseman Petry scores twice, Canadiens top Ducks 5-2

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 19 days ago.

Getting a goal against his former team was sweet for Logan Shaw. The right winger started a three-goal first period that led the Montreal Canadiens to a 5-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday. Montreal claimed Shaw on waivers from Anaheim on Jan. 15.

Column: No cure for Patriot Fatigue, so savor the greatness

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 19 days ago.

Patriot Fatigue is a national affliction. Outside of New England, we've all become a bit nauseated at the sight of these guys in the Super Bowl year after monotonous year, a numbing, inevitable exercise that's transformed America's greatest sporting event into nothing more a quaint backyard game hosted by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Since there is no known cure, the hardcore football faithful might want to mimic those who tune in Sunday for nothing more than the commercials and Justin Timberlake's halftime show - and tune out before the end of the game, thereby avoiding any chance of coming down with another Patriots' celebration.

Canadiens look to end skid vs. surging Ducks

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 20 days ago.

The Montreal Canadiens will kick off their annual back-to-back matinees on Super Bowl weekend with a visit from the Anaheim Ducks to Bell Centre on Saturday. The Ducks (25-17-10) are in third place in the Pacific Division with 60 points, the same number as the San Jose Sharks, but the Ducks have played two more games. The Ducks will be looking to start another winning streak against the Canadiens after having their three-game winning streak ended Thursday in Ottawa with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Senators.

Hutton continues to roll, Blues shut down Canadiens 3-1

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 23 days ago.

Carter Hutton insists his recent run is not the result of a new strategy or a different outlook. Hutton stopped 33 shots in his sixth straight start, helping the St. Louis Blues beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 on Tuesday night. The 32-year-old Hutton appears to have supplanted Jake Allen as St. Louis' No. 1 goaltender.

Canadiens win 4-2, stop Avalanche streak at 10 games

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 28 days ago.

Jonathan Drouin had a goal and two assists, and the Montreal Canadiens ended Colorado's 10-game winning streak Tuesday night with a 4-2 victory over the Avalanche.