It’s game day, Montreal, and we could not be more excited. You can definitely feel the anticipation clouding the air as the Habs are about to skate into the post-season. Here are 15 awesome Montreal spots to catch the Habs in playoff action
Pride can come in many different forms, and last night it came in the form of civic pride, painted Canadien red, white, and blue. What can be said about a city where the fans fill up the Bell Centre while their team is playing in another city just to watch their hometown heroes on the big screen as they soak in a fanatically frenzied atmosphere?
While the season overall was a pleasantly surprising success – winning the Atlantic division and finishing with the best overall record in franchise history – losing so achingly close to the deeply experienced, luxury tax-laden, no fans Nets stings. And it better not happen next year – no matter who the opponent in the first round of the playoffs
The Toronto Raptors evened their best-of-seven first round playoff series against the veteran Brooklyn Nets last night following a 100-95 victory at the Air Canada Centre, which provided a good look at what this young team needs to bring to the Big Apple as the tilt swings to Brooklyn this Friday. Since, you know, game 1 didn't go so well