Montreal Canadiens Tickets
The Montreal Canadiens had a poor showing last season and did not make it to the playoffs, largely due to Carey Price's injury. The team has spent the offseason ensuring that the loss of a single player will not make such an impact on the team for the 2016-2017 season. They traded away P.K. Subban so they could bring in Shea Weber. They also added Al Montoya, Alexander Radulov and Andrew Shaw and said goodbye to Tom Gilbert and Lars Eller. Hopefully, Price will be healthy again this season to also make a difference on the ice. Be sure to get your tickets from Razorgator now so that you do not miss any of the action on the ice.
Montreal Canadiens News
The Montreal Canadiens may be in first place in the Atlantic division, but they haven’t been living up to their number one spot lately. The Canadiens have lost their last three games in a row, the last one in a shootout. On Sunday, February 5 they played against the Edmonton Oilers, leaving both the teams and the crowd disappointed when there were absolutely no goals as the third period came to a close. However, this sent the two teams into a high stress shootout situation, where the Oilers were the ones to score the winning goal. See if the Canadiens can come back from the loss when they take on the Coyotes on February 9. Tickets start at $12.
The Montreal Canadiens beat the Rangers 5-4 on January 14. The Rangers scored first, but it was not long before Alex Galchenyuk equalized. The Rangers got ahead again, but Bryan Flynn equalized. The teams ended the second period with the Rangers once again ahead. The Canadiens found their groove in the third period, when Alexei Emelin, Max Pacioretty and Paul Byron scored within a minute of each other to ensure the victory. However, their momentum did not carry over, and they lost their next two games. The Canadiens play the Devils on the 20 before heading home to host the Sabres on the 21 and the Flames on the 24. You can still get your tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $76.
It’s been a tough stretch for the Montreal Canadiens, who have won just three of their last seven games. Things looked a little brighter in their first contest of 2017, however, with Shea Weber’s return to the ice at Bridgestone Arena for the first time this season. Weber’s night was rightfully emotional; he’d been the captain for Nashville for six years and played with them for 11 when they traded him to the Habs this summer. In Tuesday night’s contest, Weber tied the game early in the third, followed by a goal from Max Pacioretty in overtime to overtake the Preds 2-1. Montreal plays at home this Monday, Jan. 9, against the Washington Capitals. Tickets start at $87.
On December 17 the Montreal Canadiens hosted a Washington Capitals team that had won six-straight games. By the end of the evening, that streak was a thing of the past. After struggling in a loss to the San Jose Sharks the night before, Canadiens’ goalie Carey Price was stellar in this outing, stopping 20 of the 21 shots that came his way. Goals from Artturi Lehkonen and Jeff Petry provided the needed scoring for Montreal to come away with a 2-1 victory. The team will spend the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 on the road before coming home for a January 9 game against the Washington Capitals. Tickets for that matchup start at $57.
What is going on with the Montreal Canadiens? Although they are still ranked first in the Atlantic Division, they have added four losses to their record in the last two weeks. Their most recent one came on Tuesday night, when they visited St. Louis for a meeting with the Blues. It looked like the Canadiens were going to take home the victory after leading 2-0 by the end of the second period. Unfortunately, the home team came surging back to force the game into overtime. The momentum was all they needed to win the match 3-2, dashing Montreal’s hopes. The Canadiens will look to regroup for their home game with Colorado on Saturday, December 10. Tickets are $48.
The Montreal Canadiens won their latest game against the Hurricanes on November 24. The Hurricanes got on the board first, but it was not long before Andrew Shaw scored to tie it up. The game stayed tied until seconds into the third period, Max Pacioretty scored to draw ahead. The Canadiens managed to keep the Hurricanes from scoring and took the victory. Goalie Carey Price helped out by making 31 saves. The Canadiens next head to Detroit to play the Red Wings on the 26, and then they will go to the west coast to play the Ducks on the 29 and the Sharks on the 2. You still have time to get your tickets, with prices starting at $94.
Games between the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins are usually tightly contested, and the teams’ meeting on November 8 was no different. However, this first half of the season seems to belong to the Canadiens, and the team did to Boston what it has done to pretty much every other opponent. After a scoreless first period, Montreal put two goals on the board in the second and then a third goal in the final period. Boston managed to score twice, but it wasn’t enough to stop the red-hot Canadiens. Montreal will look to keep on racking up wins when the Florida Panthers come to visit on November 15. Tickets for that game start at $32.
While the season is still young, the Montreal Canadiens currently look like the team from Canada that the rest of the NHL needs to fear the most. Montreal still hadn’t lost a game heading into a showdown with the Philadelphia Flyers on October 24, and the Canadiens did what was needed to remain undefeated. The team never trailed in a 3-1 victory over the Flyers, coming through with goals in the second and third periods and getting stellar play in front of the net from goalkeeper Carey Price. The Canadiens will face another team from the North when the Vancouver Canucks come to town on November 3. Tickets for that game start at $31.
The Montreal Canadiens open their season with a game against the Sabres in Buffalo on October 13. The Canadiens are heading into the start of the season with a strong preseason behind them. They beat the Maple Leafs 6-1 in their final preseason game. Carey Price had an impressive 28 saves and Shea Weber had his first goal during this preseason game. Andrew Shaw scored twice, and Michael McCarron, Alex Galchenyuk and Artturi Lehkonen also scored for the Canadiens. After two away games to start the season, the Canadiens will come home to play the Penguins on October 18 for their home opener.
You can still get tickets for this and other games, with prices starting at $70.
In preparation for the 2016-2017 season, the Montreal Canadiens significantly mixed things up by trading star defenseman P.K. Subban for Shea Weber, the former captain of the Nashville Predators. Weber has only played for the Predators in his 11-year NHL career, but the B.C. native is likely not too upset to be headed back to Canada. This Montreal team is looking to get back on track and could really use the help of a scoring threat like Weber. The Canadiens will have a few preseason games to get Shea acquainted with the team’s style of play, starting with a home game against the New Jersey Devils on September 26. Tickets for that matchup start at just $24.