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MONTREAL — Fans were back at the Bell Centre, and the Canadiens put on a show.

Monday’s game was the Habs’ first with the Bell Centre operating at 50% capacity since the team started playing behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions in December.

The arena was at reduced capacity, but fans still rocked the house while being treated to five Montreal goals in a one-sided affair.

The game also saw the Canadiens celebrate Black History Month via a variety of initiatives, including warming up in special jerseys featuring the Pan-African colors. The jerseys are already up for auction at black.bidandraise.com and will benefit the Pour 3 Points organization.

Montreal opened the scoring for a third consecutive game to start the evening. Josh Anderson received a pass from Jeff Petry in the slot and stayed with the play to bang home the night’s first tally. Cole Caufield also earned an assist on the play — his sixth point in…


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CF Montreal books ticket to CONCACAF Champions League quarters with dominant victory – MONTREALINABOX

CF Montreal delivered a massive statement with an impressive 3-0 win in the second leg round of 16 of the CONCACAF Champions League at the Olympic Stadium against Mexican club Santos Laguna.

They will face the winner of the tie between Mexican side Cruz Azul and the CPL’s Forge FC.

The goal scorers for Montreal were Romell Quioto, Djorde Mihailovic, and Ismael Kone.

After losing the first leg 1-0, Montreal came storming out of the gate with the full force of the home crowd behind them.

It only took 45 seconds for the home side to show their intentions as Lassi Lappalainen got in behind the Santos Laguna defence, forcing a last-ditch interception.

At the ten-minute mark, the tempo finally broke the Santos defence as Quioto was played in by Joaquin Torres, went around the keeper, and scored from the tightest of angles.

Only twelve minutes after Quioto’s opener, Mihailovic fired a missile from close range after beating two defenders, smashing the ball into the underside of the crossbar, and doubling Montreal’s lead

Montreal continued its dominance as the second half started…


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Recap: CF Montréal 3, Santos Laguna 0 – MONTREALINABOX

Cruz Azul have a 1-0 edge heading into Thursday’s second leg at Estadio Azteca.

Montréal leveled the series in the 9th minute when Romell Quioto beat Santos goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo, who came sliding off his line, to a Mathieu Choinière service and tapped into the open net from a difficult angle.

Djordje Mihailovic gave Montréal the lead on aggregate with a fantastic finish in the 22nd minute, receiving a pass from Quioto on his entry into the box before firing a ferocious left-footed strike under the crossbar.

Mihailovic then played provider just past the hour mark to an unmarked Ismael Kone, and the 19-year-old midfielder blasted the ball into the net to help secure Montréal’s safe passage into the final eight.


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Montréal: Disallowed goal “difficult to accept” in tight CCL loss at Santos Laguna – MONTREALINABOX

The final result was rough justice for a relatively inexperienced CFM side with eight of 11 starters making their first CCL appearance for the club, and two (18-year-old homegrown Rida Zouhir and loanee defender Gabriele Corbo) making their debut start for Montréal. The visitors nevertheless battled tenaciously and Nancy dubbed himself “pretty happy” with their overall performance.

“We started well, and after that we didn’t control the ball the way we wanted, because we didn’t have the emotional control that we should have and it’s normal also, because this is new, it was not easy,” said the coach. “At halftime I said to my players to try to be composed, slow down the play; when you see the good moment, speed it up. And so we had a really good moment collectively, and I’m really happy because this is us, this is the way we want to play, at home or away.”

As is so often the case in early-season matches, Montréal’s work in the final third generally didn’t live up to their efforts further down the pitch. And even in the midst of their very sluggish start to the 2022 Liga MX Clausura, Santos have the quality…


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Convoy supporters march in Montreal: ‘I hope the protest in Ottawa doesn’t stop’ – MONTREALINABOX

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A group of counter-protesters also set up in Jarry Park to decry the influence of the far right.

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Feb 12, 2022  •  2 days ago  •  4 minute read A crowd of a few thousand people gathers to support the trucker convoy in Montreal on Feb. 12, 2022. Photo by Allen McInnis /Montreal Gazette

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Thousands of people marched through Parc-Extension on Saturday morning in support of the trucker convoy protest in Ottawa.

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Many held Canadian and Quebec flags as the group, numbering at least 4,000, set out from Jarry Park and began to march along Jarry St. Several police officers on bicycles rode in front of the very loud group as people chanted “liberté!” Other officers dressed in riot gear stood nearby.

A Montreal police spokesperson said the march was peaceful…


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Montreal Canadiens acquire goaltender Andrew Hammond – MONTREALINABOX

The Montreal Canadiens have traded Brandon Baddock to the Minnesota Wild for goaltender Andrew Hammond.

The goaltending position became a significant need due to a wrist injury that Samuel Montembeault has been playing through, alongside struggles from Cayden Primeau. With Carey Price, Jake Allen, and Michael McNiven already hurt there was no other option to acquire a new goalie via a trade.

Hammond broke through in Ottawa Senators with a playoff performance and was rewarded with a big contract, which he never managed to live up to. After leaving Ottawa he has been part of the Colorado Avalanche, Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild organizations.

This season Hammond has played 11 games in the AHL with the Iowa Wild, he has a .908 save percentage and a 2.44 goals against average. He last played in the NHL with the Avalanche in the 2017-18 season. He has a 2.31 GAA and .923 save percentage in 56 career NHL regular season games.

Hammond’s acquisition likely means that Primeau will return to the American Hockey League and the Laval Rocket where he will help the team’s push towards the playoffs.

Baddock has been a depth forward in the organization…


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Protesters set to gather on Saturday in Montreal, police ready to ensure no streets are blocked – MONTREALINABOX

Just under a week after the trucks rolled out of the provincial capital in Quebec City, a demonstration is planned in Montreal on Saturday to again call for an end to health measures in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “Unis dans l’Amour pour la Liberte” (United in Love for Freedom) demonstration on Saturday at Jarry Park in Montreal’s Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension borough is scheduled for 1 p.m. in solidarity with the ongoing Ottawa trucker convoy.

“With two days to go before Valentine’s Day, what better way than to come together in love to demonstrate together our disagreement with these abusive and liberticidal measures,” reads a message on the Facebook event page hosted by the group Quebec Pro Choix.

The last major Montreal protest in early January brought thousands to the streets, including People’s Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier.

Since that protest, Quebec has begun lifting health restrictions, including allowing restaurants to open their dining rooms, theatres to operate at half capacity and the return of organized sports under certain restrictions.

Mayor Valerie Plante said Thursday that the city’s police force is ready for any protest, as they have been throughout the pandemic.



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