Carey Price Montreal Canadiens

My favourite sport is hockey and I cheer for the Montreal Canadiens. Carey Price is my favourite player.

Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (31) fights with Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas

Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price fights with Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas - yes I& living in the past and TT is a douchecanoe. Epic fight though.

Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens

Montreal Canadiens v Toronto Maple Leafs

Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens gets set to face a shot in the warm-up prior to playing against the Toronto Maple Leafs during an NHL game at the Air Canada Centre on January 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

NHL - All I Need is Montreal Canadiens Hockey - Wooden Sign

NHL - All I Need is Montreal Canadiens Hockey - Wooden Sign

Jean Beliveau | Montreal Canadiens | NHL | Hockey

“Going to be a sad day for a lot of people here and around the country today. Jean Beliveau is gone at the age of

Patrick Roy’s Number 33 Retired in Montreal. Mad respect when Montreal did this for him: to the guy who walked off the ice one day swearing to never wear a Canadians jersey again

Patrick Roy heard cheers again in Montreal, more than a decade after his bitter divorce from the Canadiens. All the hard feelings were gone Saturday night, when the storied franchise retired the Hall of Fame goalie's famous No.

Not only was this respected franchise founded in 1909 (longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team and the only existing NHL club to predate the NHL), but the Canadiens are the only remaining team of the four major sports to be based in the province of Quebec. With 24 Stanley Cups (most all-time) and 21,273 average attendees, the Montreal franchise will seemingly never lose its respected reputation. Model Misa Campo (pictured) is undeniably all they need.

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Not only was this respected franchise founded in 1909 (longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team and the only existing NHL club to predate the NHL), but the Canadiens are the only remaining team of the four major sports to be based in th

goaltending legend Jacques Plante was as tough as they come. But on November 1, 1959, everything changed. The Rangers' Andy Bathgate nailed Plante with a shot that broke his nose. Rather than a resulting media hoopla and a fury of ambulances, Plante was taken to the locker room for stitches and a protective mask (routine in those days). The rejuvenated Canadiens then won 18 straight games with their newly-fashioned goalie, and pr

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"How would you like a job where, every time you make a mistake, a big red light goes on and people boo?" —Jacques Plante Montreal Canadiens Go Habs Go !

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