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Montreal Canadiens 2014-2015 News and Updates
5/26/14 – Bad blood between the Habs and Rangers continued to boil in Game 3. Brendon Prust left Derek Stepan with a broken jaw that warranted a two-game suspension after the NHL reviewed the open-ice hit. Also, Rangers’ forward Daniel Carcillo got physical with Canadiens’ linesman Scott Driscoll while he was taken to the penalty box and was handed a 10-game suspension of his own. Montreal went on to win the game at Madison Square Garden in overtime; but, were not so lucky in Sunday’s Game 4, losing 3-2 to the New York Rangers (also in OT). Down 3-1 in the series, Montreal heads back home in a do-or-die Game 5 (get-in $142) Tuesday. The average price of Montreal Canadiens tickets for the meeting are down 52 percent since the start of the series, so grab your Canadiens playoff tickets now and support the Habs as they try and avoid elimination!
5/20/14 – The Montreal Canadiens punched their ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals after taking Game 7 from the No.1 seeded Boston Bruins last week. Once it was determined that the Habs would face the Rangers in round three, Montreal was awarded home-ice advantage having recorded more points in the regular season than the NYR. Bad news hit the locker room Monday when it was determined that goalie Carey Price will miss the series due to a lower-body injury suffered in Montreal’s series-opening 7-2 loss Saturday. Dustin Tokarski replaced arguably the best player on the Canadiens’ roster making 27 saves Monday night, but it wasn’t enough as the Rangers beat the Habs 3-1 to take a 2-0 series lead. If we don’t see a sweep in New York, the Canadiens will return to the Bell Centre for Game 5 next Tuesday (get-in $236).
5/12/14 – The Canadiens will look to even the series tonight (7:30PM) against archrival Boston Bruins and avoid elimination in Game 6 at Bell Centre-QC. Déjà vu? Montreal was in the same predicament in the first round against the Bruins in 2011 and won Game 6 at home. After leading this series 2-1 after the first three games, Boston came back, dominating defensively and outscoring the Canadiens 5-2. Only a few Montreal Canadiens tickets remain on the secondary market for the must-win Monday night affair, with 100 level-goal seats starting at $377, so grab yours now and cheer the only Canadian postseason team on to victory!
5/6/14 – It’s all tied up (1-1) between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens! The first home game of the second round is tonight (avg. $364) and is down 16 percent in price since the start of this Original Six battle which is a great value to watch the most storied rivalry in the league. The two foes have met in 33 playoff series since 1929, with Montreal earning the most wins (24). The Canadiens also hold the 2014 regular-season series record at 3-1. If you can’t make Game 3 in Montreal, grab Canadiens playoff tickets to Game 4 (also down 16 percent in price since the start of the Divisional Finals) as the Habs try to silence the Bruins power play once again!
4/30/14 – Round two of the Stanley Cup Playoffs begins with the biggest postseason rivalry Thursday when the Canadiens take on archenemy Bruins in Boston. Dates and times for Games 3 (avg. $419) and 4 (avg. $490) in Montreal should be announced later today. Following what will be nine days rest for Montreal, the Bruins and Canadiens will meet for the 34th time in NHL playoff history. While the Boston Bruins are considered the best team in the league, the Montreal Canadiens did win three of the four regular-season meetings including two in Boston. Grab your Canadiens tickets early; based on the average price of tickets for teams who have already advanced to the second round, the Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens series is the most in-demand!
4/21/14 – Montreal has a chance to sweep the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night at Bell Centre-QC and you can get in on the Game 4 action for just $118 (was $133). The Canadiens are one win away from the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and lead the best-of-seven series 3-0. Game 3 in Montreal was electric from the beginning with a pre-game presentation that included a 3-D lighting of the ice which some compared to the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympic Games and one in which Canadiens’ Rene Bourque opened the scoring 11 seconds in (it was the fastest playoff goal ever scored at Bell Centre).
4/17/14 – The Habs are Canada’s only hope to hoist the Stanley Cup at the end of the season. Montreal will face the East’s most improved team, Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round. The playoff dark horses won a thrilling Game 1 last night on the road; overtime was expected as three of the four regular-season games between the two teams reached OT. If opening night is any indication of what is to come, grab your Montreal Canadiens playoff tickets now as it should be one of the best series in the Division Semifinals round. Game 3 (avg. $307) Sunday will be the first chance for Canadiens fans to catch their team in playoff action at Bell Centre-QC; only 76 tickets remain with a get-in price of $118. Game 4 Tuesday is a bit cheaper (avg. $277).
4/8/14 – The Habs locked up a postseason berth with five games remaining; but, there are still three pivotal games left on the Montreal Canadiens schedule as they fight for home-ice advantage in the first round of the NHL playoffs. Any combination of Habs’ wins and Tampa Bay Lightning losses adding up to two, will give Montreal the second seed in the Atlantic Division and thus home-ice advantage. Cheer on the Canadiens in their final two home games – Thursday vs. New York Islanders (min. $57) and Saturday vs. New York Rangers (min. $118). Your support could be the difference in the number of home matches that the Habs will play at Bell Centre-QC during the postseason.
4/2/14 – Thanks to losses by New Jersey and Washington, the Canadiens clinched a postseason berth Tuesday night. The news came the same evening Montreal dropped a 1-3 game to Tampa Bay, ending a five-game winning streak. Now tied for second with the Lightning in the Atlantic Division, the April 2 matchup was a likely preview of the first round of the NHL playoffs where the No.2 and No.3 teams in each division meet. With home-ice advantage on the line, the Canadiens will look to finish off the regular-season strong.
3/27/14 – Montreal has played three games in four nights and won out with victories at Toronto Saturday, against rival Boston, and in front of a home crowd over Buffalo. The Canadiens will look to use their momentum on their upcoming four-game road trip. Montreal’s shutout win over the Sabres was not only a confidence booster but also a special night for two players - Max Pacioretty who scored his 100th career goal and former Sabre Daniel Briere who added another.
3/18/14 – Former Canadien goalie Patrick Roy returned to Montreal’s Bell Centre Tuesday as the head coach of the Colorado Avalanche. With just six regular-season games remaining at home, the Montreal Canadiens are fourth in the Eastern Conference with 81 points. After winning a pair of games this weekend, the Candiens greatly improved their playoff position (in wild-card spot following previous three game losing streak). In the 13 games remaining on the Montreal Canadiens schedule, the teams has to book 11 points to be sure of a playoff berth for the second consecutive year. If the NHL Playoffs started today, the Habs would face Tampa Bay in the first round.
3/10/14 - The Habs gave up prospect Sebastien Collberg and a conditional second-round pick to get Thomas Vanek from the New York Islanders Wednesday. The high-scoring left wing had 21 goals and 32 assists in 60 games and was the most sought after player during the 2014 trade deadline. Montreal, currently third in the East, have to make the postseason for picks to exchange hands. The Candiens were shut out by the San Jose Sharks Saturday night and will look to get back on track against the newly best-in-the-East, Boston Bruins. Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins tickets are the most expensive regular-season game remaining at Bell Centre-QC, averaging $257.
3/3/14 – We’re not sure if regulation time is in the Canadiens’ vocabulary as of late. Montreal has played in two overtime games and participated in one shootout since the Olympic break, winning the last two against Pittsburgh and Toronto (in that order) in dramatic fashion. If history is to repeat itself, Montreal Canadiens’ fans are in for a real treat as the likelihood for more hockey than what you paid for is high. Unfortunately that chance won’t come until Mar 12 as Montreal will play their next four on the road against Pacific Division foes – Los Angeles (3/3), Anaheim (3/5), Phoenix (3/6), and San Jose (3/8).
2/26/14 - OK now we are talking - Montreal will hope Team Canada goaltender Carey Price continues where he left off in the Olympics as the team sits in 3rd place in the Atlantic Division and with a nice run could wrestle away first from Boston who they play March 12 at home and March 24 in Boston. Montreal Canadiens tickets for these must-see game start at just over $100 each. Montreal’s defense has been strong this season ranking as sixth best in Goals Against and third best in Penalty Kill Pct. Could it be a playoff preview?
2/21/14 – Seven Montreal Canadiens players represented their respective countries in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics - Peter Budaj, Max Pacioretty, Alexei Emelin, Andrei Markov, Tomas Plekanec, P.K. Subban, and Carey Price. The rest of the roster returned to the ice Wednesday for practice following a 10-day break. Winger Travis Moen hopes to return when league play resumes; Moen missed Montreal's last two games before the break with a lower-body injury. Forward Alex Galchenyuk is also looking forward to his return after missing 15 games with a fractured hand. Montreal’s first game back at the Bell Centre-QC is next Wednesday against the Detroit Red Wings; Montreal Canadiens tickets start at $66 for the Atlantic Division showdown.
2/4/14 – In a trade with Vancouver yesterday, the Canadiens picked up Dale Weise in exchange for Raphael Diaz. The Forward had three goals, nine assists, and twelve points in forty-four games for Vancouver this year and will bring a rough-and-tough physical style of play to Montreal. The two teams will face each other Thursday night at the Bell Centre-QC; Vancouver Canucks vs. Montreal Canadiens tickets range from $66 - $378. Tonight’s game in Montreal versus the Calgary Flames is slightly cheaper, averaging $143 with a $48 get-in.
1/29/14 – Montreal’s win Tuesday night ended a season-high four-game losing streak. Carey Prices (2.44 GAA) stopped 36 shots for his third shutout of the year to halt Carolina’s four-game win streak. With six games to be played before the Olympics break (four at home), the Habs will look to improve their record in which they have won just four times in regulation in the last 22 games. The Canadiens should look to add a scorer and defenseman to their roster before the trade deadline in hopes of competing for a playoff spot. Montreal Canadiens tickets are averaging $243 for remaining 2014 games, sixth most expensive in the NHL.
Montreal Canadiens 2014-2015 Season
Last season, the Montreal Canadiens got closer to the Cup than ever since the last time the franchise won the trophy a distant ten seasons ago. After finishing 3rd in the Atlantic Division and 4th in the East, Montreal took NHL fans for quite a ride in the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. They swept Tampa Bay Lightning in Round 1 and followed up with a Game 7 win over archival Boston Bruins. The Habs fell to the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals when net minder Carey Price suffered a season-ending knee injury. Can the Canadiens take La Belle Province one step further in the 2014-2015 season and bring home Lord Stanley’s Cup?
Despite losing Brian Gionta (captain) and Josh Gorges to Buffalo this summer, with a healthy Sochi gold medalist in goal and one-two punch P.K. Subban and Andre Markov on defense, the blue line remains steadfast. Forwards Max Pacioretty, Brendan Gallagher and Alex Galchenyuk will be looked to provide leadership when the Habs make a push for playoffs for a third consecutive season.
The Montreal Canadiens eagerly await the 2014-2015 season poised for a return trip to playoffs, but they’ll have to get through an 82-game slate first. Montreal opens their schedule on the road, at the Toronto Maple Leafs on Oct. 8. The Habs will not play their first home game until Oct. 16, when they host the bitter Boston Bruins seeking vengeance for their Round 2 exit. A can’t-miss game appears Nov. 29 when the Buffalo Sabres come to town with Gionta and Gorges in tow. The New York Rangers step into Bell Centre on Oct. 25 and the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings invade Quebec on Dec 16.
Although the Montreal Canadiens finished on top of the Northeast Division last season, they exited early from the NHL Playoffs. As a No. 2 seed they were outplayed by the Ottawa Senators who advanced to the second round after a 6-1 victory in Game 5. The Montreal Canadiens roster did not see much activity this offseason; the signing of George Parros and Daniel Briere are the two notable additions. Can the Canadiens stay competitive with the addition of the Detroit Red Wings to an already competitive Division?
As a member of the Original Six, the Montreal Canadiens have some of the most historic rivalries in the NHL. Like the New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox, the Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins rivalry is considered “one of the greatest rivalries in sports.” The two inaugural teams have played each other more times than any of the other NHL teams. Of the two regular season matchups in Montreal between the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins, Canadiens tickets to the mid-Match game are the cheapest (avg. $239). The Montreal Canadiens will open the regular season at Bell Centre-QC against the Toronto Maple Leafs in what is known to be the oldest NHL rivalry. Montreal Canadiens vs. Toronto Maple Leafs tickets to the home opener are averaging $331, the most expensive game between the two teams in Montreal this season.
Two of the four most expensive games at Bell Centre-QC will be played against the newest member of the Eastern Conference – Detroit Red Wings. Montreal Canadiens vs. Detroit Red Wings tickets are averaging $349 (4/5) and $342 (2/26). The most expensive game this season will be played against another Original Six member and Stanley Cup Champs Chicago Blackhawks on 1/11 (avg. $365). Montreal Canadiens tickets this season are currently averaging $207, a similar price to last year which was $209.