Lines and defensive pairs in morning practice – March 18

TAMPA – The Canadiens held a morning practice on Saturday to prepare for the final game of their trip against the Lightning at Amalie Arena. Here are the lines and defensive pairs deployed by head coach Martin St-Louis: Saturday March 18Coaching AG C AD 49 – Rafael Harvey-Pinard 14 – Nick Suzuki 56 – Jesse … Read more

Red Wings convince with four wins

In week two after the All-Star Weekend, most of the teams got back to business. Five teams were unscathed, although the Vegas Golden Knights (2-0-0) and Los Angeles Kings (2-0-0) only had two opportunities to show what they could do. The Dallas Stars (0-1-1) are among the five clubs without a win in the Central … Read more

Vincent Desharnais did not hear to laugh

MONTRÉAL – Vincent Desharnais didn’t hear a laugh after the Edmonton Oilers’ stinging loss at the Bell Center on Sunday. “Bad start… The game started at 12:30 p.m., we didn’t start it on time,” complained the great defender from Laval. “We weren’t ready. There is no excuse, you had to be ready. » This first … Read more

Boucher: Parallels between Sabers, Senators and Canadiens

Philippe Boucher played 17 seasons in the NHL, scoring 94 goals and 300 points in 748 games. The native defender of Saint-Apollinaire has notably had two seasons of 40 points and more. He made the All-Star Game in 2007, and lifted the Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins in his final NHL season in 2009. … Read more

Giroux shoots Ottawa Senators to third win in a row

The Ottawa Senators clearly swept the Montreal Canadiens off the ice 5-0 on Saturday night at the Canadian Tire Center and thus clinched their third win in a row. The second row in particular ran around double packers Claude Giroux hot, but also goalkeeper Anton Forsberg stuck out. “He played well,” said the German center … Read more