Game 76: Habs Lose 6-4 to Capitals – The Recency Bias

Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals rolled into the Bell Centre on Saturday night, catching the Habs coming off an ultra-rare road win on Friday night, though it was in Buffalo, so does it really count? It did in the standings! But on Saturday an offside review and another poor performance from Carey Price saw the Canadiens reeling once more.

 

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Game 74: Habs Lose 5-3 to Penguins – The Recency Bias

This one had everything. Goalie interference review, weird goals, multiple penalty shots, Sidney Crosby magic, Nikita Scherbak moves, a fight with Penny Oleksiask’s brother, and even the return of Carey Price. What it lacked was a winning result for your Montreal Canadiens, but even that’s probably for the best these days.

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Game 72: Habs Lose 4-0 to Leafs – The Recency Bias

It was a second period for the ages, and not in a good way for the Montreal Canadiens. For the second consecutive encounter the Maple Leafs embarrassed the Habs. It was Tomas Plekanec’s first game against the only team he’d ever known in his NHL career prior to these last couple weeks and some of the Canadiens players chose to honour the long-time Hab by saluting his trademark style.

 

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Game 70: Habs Beat Stars 4-2 – The Recency Bias

It was going to be revenge night for someone at the Bell Centre with former Dallas Stars Antti Niemi and Jordie Benn meeting former Habs Alex Radulov and Greg Pateryn on Tuesday night. Brendan Gallagher continued his march towards 30 goals while Arturri Lehkonen had himself a multi-goal game and Scherbak got pretty in this Habs win.

 

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