The Montreal Canadiens jumped into the pre-game projection pool over the weekend

Like Samsonite wrote in his blog over the weekend, we are going to see more of these as the NHL and NBA get fully into their playoffs. The latest entry into the pre-game projection game is the Montreal Canadiens.This one was a little bit different. Most of the previous 3-D shows that we've seen have involved mostly just 3-D tricks and video clips projected on to the ice or court...
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Montreal Canadiens’ pregame on-ice video intro is far out, man (vid)

Before the Montreal Canadiens hit the ice at Belle Center for its Game 3 showdown with the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday, a fantastic pregame video show chronicling the majesty, tradition and storied history of the organization was shown utilizing the ice surface as the screen. The mesmerizing spectacle was then followed by a kid […] The post Montreal Canadiens’ pregame on-ice...
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Canadiens' Travis Moen misses third playoff game

The Montreal Canadiens have started off the playoff round with a pretty healthy line-up. The team is only missing two forwards due to injury; Travis Moen and Alex Galchenyuk.Kristina Servant-Wikimedia CommonsTravis Moen has been sidelined since the end of March after suffering a concussion during a game against the Boston Bruins. He has been skating for a little under two weeks...
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Habs score three to take 3-0 series lead

First off, I have to give props to the Montreal Canadiens special effects crew that composed the opening ceremony. No one hypes their home team more then the Habs. It was an epic. The ceremony seemed to also hype the team as PK Subban sent a beautiful break-out pass which bounced to a streaking Rene Bourques and he ripped one past Lindback just 11 seconds into the game. Bourque...
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Video: Montreal Canadiens have incredible pregame ceremony

What an incredible ceremony before Game 3 between the Lightning and Canadiens. It’s really a shame networks in the United States skip the festivities as this ceremony was truly a work of art.
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Watch Montreal Canadiens Phenomenal 3-D Pre-Game Ceremony

The Montreal Canadiens always have a cool pre-game ceremony, but this year, they stepped up their game for the playoffs. This 3-D style pre-game show that has been used by the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Halifax Mooseheads, but this is the first time it’s happened in the NHL. The Canadiens show will be tough to top; the highlights from their prestigious history are awesome. [CBS...
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Rene Bourque Scores 11 Seconds Into Game 3 To Give Canadiens 1-0 Lead (Video)

It took Rene Bourque and the Montreal Canadiens all of 11 seconds to take the lead in Sunday’s Game 3 contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Canadiens, who already hold a 2-0 series lead, came out fast and furious in their return to the Bell Centre with Bourque leading the charge. The Montreal forward corralled a bouncing puck and beat two Tampa Bay defenders to rip a shot...
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Video: Montreal Canadiens' awesome pre-game show

This was the pre-game show prior to Game Three between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens. This is the team's first home game in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs. They lead the series 2-0.
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Whoa, Canada! Stanley Cup drought could turn 21 this year

The Montreal Canadiens should make a short-term spelling change in their nickname. For the rest of the NHL playoffs, they should be Canadians -- the rallying point for hockey's alleged and aggrieved birthplace (and home of the McKenzie Brothers, of course). While hockey outposts such as Tampa Bay, Carolina and Los Angeles have all sipped success in the past decade, no Canadian...
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Tampa Tough Guy Middle Fingers Canadiens’ Tomas Plekanec

      The bad news here for Lightning fan is that his team got drilled – at home – by the Canadiens…
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Habs/Lightning take two: Canadiens depth prevails

Nine goals, eight different goal scorers and the Montreal Canadiens head home with two road wins and a 2-0 series lead. David Desharnais, Rene Bourque and Brendan Gallagher scored while Carey Price made 27 saves as the Canadiens beat the Bolts 4-1. It's crazy that when a goalie is forced to move and position himself, he is able to move and position himself. One thing that...
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Rene Bourque scores twice in win over Bolts, Montreal lead series 2-0

TAMPA, Fla. -- Rene Bourque had two goals and David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher also scored Friday night, helping the Montreal Canadiens beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1 in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. Carey Price stopped 26 shots for Montreal, redeeming himself following a less than stellar performance during a 5-4 overtime win in Game 1. A second...
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‘Rejuvenated’ Weise enjoying the belief of his coach in Montreal

Apparently, a fresh start in Montreal is just what Dale Weise needed. Traded to the Canadiens by Vancouver in February, the 25-year-old forward was the overtime hero Wednesday in Tampa Bay. Not surprisingly, he’s feeling pretty good about life in the NHL these days. “I just feel like my career got rejuvenated,” he said, per the Canadian Press. “The coaches here believe...
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Weise lives out dream as Canadiens win

Growing up a Montreal Canadiens fan, Dale Weise had dreamed of scoring the winning goal in overtime for his boyhood team in a Stanley Cup playoff game. The right wing lived his dream as the Canadians took Game 1 of their Eastern Conference First Round series against the Tampa Bay Lighting, scoring the winning goal at 18:08 of overtime to hand Montreal a 5-4 victory and a 1-0 lead...
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Price and Subban DON'T carry Habs to Game 1 Win

Montreal's two superstars, Carey Price and P.K Subban, did not look like superstars in game one vs Tampa Bay Wednesday night. Luckily for them, the rest of the team played stellar. I am sure all Habs fans can agree, it's been a while since I have been that nervous about a game. Entering overtime I swear I swallowed my stomach. All game Montreal dictated the play, but because...
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