Eric Engels
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Eric Engels, born and raised in Montreal, is in his 13th season on the Montreal Canadiens beat. A multiplatform Canadiens and NHL insider, Engels joined Sportsnet in the spring of 2015 and has become a commentator on regional and national broadcasts of the Canadiens. Engels can also be seen on multiple Sportsnet shows—from Tim and Sid to Hockey Central.
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Canadiens control play, but fall in strange loss to Blue Jackets
Eric Engels
It was an odd game. The 11-6-4 Montreal Canadiens lost it to the Columbus Blue Jackets despite clearly being the better team through most of the night.
Why Canadiens should be able to survive Drouin, Byron injuries
Eric Engels
Canadiens quarter mark report: Varied scoring key to Montreal's early success
Eric Engels
Three more segments like this and not only will the Montreal Canadiens make the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they’ll likely qualify to carry home-ice advantage through the first round—and possibly beyond. Eric Engels examines the team's state of affairs through the first quarter of the season.
Q&A with Hall of Famer Guy Carbonneau: 21 questions with No. 21
Eric Engels
Guy Carbonneau played 18 seasons in the NHL, winning three Stanley Cups and three Selke Trophies and now he's set to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame Monday night. No. 21 answered 21 questions about his career from Sportsnet's Eric Engels.
Canadiens' Kinkaid responsible for earning a point in loss to Devils
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Canadiens use full-team effort to dominate NHL-leading Capitals
Eric Engels
The Montreal Canadiens outshot the Washington Capitals 30-18 through two periods, out-chanced them by the same margin, and they out-hustled them in all three zones to earn a convincing win pushing their record to 11-5-3.
Canadiens' wives, girlfriends bonding through learning to play hockey
Eric Engels
Sure, there’s a lot of chuckling involved, but the wives and girlfriends of the Montreal Canadiens are serious about learning how to play hockey, and about bonding over the thing that brought them all together in the first place.
Canadiens' centre depth a luxury, reason Ryan Poehling returned to AHL
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Canadiens' grind-it-out win vs. Blue Jackets a sign of growth
Eric Engels
The Montreal Canadiens came into Tuesday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets with the same exact 9-5-3 record through 17 games as they had at the same point last season, but they came out of it showing an important sign of progress.