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2014–15 Montreal Canadiens · NHL
Atlantic Division Champions
Division 1st Atlantic
Conference 2nd Eastern
2014–15 record 50–22–10
Home record 26–9–6
Road record 24–13–4
Goals for 221
Goals against 189
General Manager Marc Bergevin
Coach Michel Therrien
Captain Vacant
Alternate captains Andrei Markov
Max Pacioretty
Tomas Plekanec
P. K. Subban
Arena Bell Centre
Average attendance 21,286[1]
(37 games)
Team leaders
Goals Max Pacioretty (37)
Assists P. K. Subban (45)
Points Max Pacioretty (67)
Penalties in minutes Brandon Prust (130)
Wins Carey Price (44)
Goals against average Carey Price (1.96)

The 2014–15 Montreal Canadiens season was the 106th season of play for the franchise that was founded on December 4, 1909, and was also their 98th season in the National Hockey League.[2]

Off-seasonEdit

Defenceman Douglas Murray, forward George Parros and forward Thomas Vanek became free agents.[3] On July 1, 2014, captain Brian Gionta signed with the Buffalo Sabres, being joined by defenseman Josh Gorges, who was traded to the team the same day for the Minnesota Wild's 2016 second round pick previously acquired in a trade for Matt Moulson.[4] Notable free agent signing included defenseman Tom Gilbert, centre Manny Malhotra and prospect Jiri Sekac, formally of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).[5] On August 2, 2014, after months of ongoing negotiations, defenceman P. K. Subban signed an eight-year contract extension worth $72 million, avoiding salary arbitration. Subban becomes the highest paid defenseman through the 2014–15 season.[6]

Hockey operations changes included Daniel Lacroix and Rob Ramage being appointed assistant coach and player development coach, respectively. Ramage had previously played for the Canadiens and was part of the 1993 Stanley Cup Championship team, while Lacroix worked as assistant coach with the Hamilton Bulldogs, the Canadiens' main affiliate team in the American Hockey League (AHL) during the 2009–10 season.[7][8] The Canadiens also announced a reorganization within the hockey department. Rick Dudley was named senior vice president, hockey operations. Scott Mellanby was promoted to assistant general manager, to work along with Larry Carriere. Trevor Timmins was appointed vice president of player personnel, as well as retaining his responsibilities as the club's director of amateur scouting.[8]

On June 18, 2014, it was announced that hall of famer Guy Lapointe would be honored by having his number 5 jersey retired during the 2014–15 season. Lapointe will become the 18th player to be honoured by the organization with jersey retirement and the second with the number 5, joining the late Bernie Geoffrion.[9]

For only the second time in franchise history, the Canadiens did not name a captain, instead opting for four alternate captains for the season. On September 15, team management named Andrei Markov, Max Pacioretty, Tomas Plekanec and P. K. Subban alternative captains.[10]

The 2014–15 season also marked changes to television broadcast rights to the Canadiens; Réseau des sports renewed its French-language television rights to the team, agreeing to a 12-year extension. Due to Quebecor Media's exclusive national French-language broadcast rights to the NHL, RDS will now only be able to broadcast games in the team's blackout region of Quebec and eastern Canada.[11] Regional television rights in English were acquired by Sportsnet East in a three-year deal announced by Rogers on September 2, 2014. Three regional games will also be broadcast by City Montreal.[12]

PlayoffsEdit

See also: 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs

The Montreal Canadiens entered the playoffs as the Atlantic Division regular season champions. The Canadiens won the first three games of the series en route to defeating the Senators in six games. In Game 1, Brian Flynn scored the game-winning goal at 17:17 of the second period, and recorded two assists as the Canadiens won 4–3. Montreal's P. K. Subban was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct for slashing Ottawa's Mark Stone during the second period, resulting in a microfracture of Stone's right wrist, but did not face any further League discipline. Alex Galchenyuk's goal at 3:40 into overtime gave the Canadiens a 3–2 win in Game 2. Cameron replaced Andrew Hammond with Craig Anderson as his starting goalie for Game 3, who despite a strong outing, surrendered the tying goal by but Dale Weise with 5:47 left in the third period, who also scored at 3:40 into overtime to give Montreal a 2–1 win. Anderson rebounded in Game 4, stopping all 28 Montreal shots while Mike Hoffman scored the Senators' only goal to win 1–0. Ottawa aso took Game 5 by a score of 5–1 as Anderson stopped 45 of 46 shots, with Bobby Ryan contributing two goals. The Canadiens then eliminated the Senators in Game 6 by a score of 2–0, with goaltender Carey Price registering the shutout stopping all 43 of Ottawa's shots.

In the second round, Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Canadiens in six games. In Game 1, Nikita Kucherov scored 2:06 into double overtime to give Tampa Bay a 2–1 win. This winning goal was controversial because the Lightning appeared to have been offside on the play, but nothing was called by the linesmen. Earlier at 2:56 of the first overtime period, Kucherov's apparent winning goal was waved off after officials ruled that he pushing Carey Price's pad into the net after the Montreal goalie made the initial save. The Lightning also won Game 2, 6–2, scoring four power play goals. Montreal's Brandon Prust was then fined $5,000 for his postgame derogatory public comments directed toward Referee Brad Watson, which he later apologized for the day afterward. In Game 3, Tyler Johnson scored with 1.1 seconds left to give Tampa Bay a 2–1 victory. The Canadiens stayed alive in Game 4, as Max Pacioretty recorded a shorthanded goal and two assists, as Montreal built a 5–0 second-period lead en route to a 6–2 win. Then, in Game 5, P.A. Parenteau scored with 4:07 left in regulation to give the Canadiens a 2–1 victory. In Game 6, Ben Bishop stopped 18 of 19 Montreal shots, and Kucherov scored two goals, as Tampa Bay won 4–1 to take the series.

StandingsEdit

Divisional standingsEdit

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Conference standingsEdit

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Suspensions/fines Edit

Player Explanation Length Salary Date issued
Alexei Emelin Illegal check to head of Buffalo Sabres forward Brian Gionta during NHL Game No. 337 in Buffalo on Friday, November 28, 2014, at 18:06 of the third period. $11,021.51 November 29, 2014[13]
P. K. Subban Diving/Embellishment during NHL Game No. 712 in New York on Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 13:05 of the first period. $2,000.00 February 4, 2015[14]
P. K. Subban Diving/Embellishment during NHL Game No. 1005 in Montreal on Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 0:53 of the second period. $3,000.00 March 20, 2015[15]
Brandon Prust Derogatory public comments directed toward Referee Brad Watson on Sunday, May 3, 2015. $5,000.00 May 5, 2015[16]

Schedule and resultsEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

2014–15 Game Log

Legend:       Win (2 points)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

PlayoffsEdit

Montreal defeated Ottawa in six games in the first round. After taking a 3–0 series lead, the Senators attempted a comeback, as Ottawa won the next two games. However, Price's shutout in Game 6 sealed the series victory for Montreal.

The Canadiens would face a tougher challenge in the second round against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Tampa Bay had swept the five-game regular season series from Montreal, and then proceeded to win the first three games of the series. However, on May 7, Montreal won their first game of 2014–15 against Tampa Bay, as they posted a 6–2 victory against the Lightning to save their season. Montreal would win the next game 2–1, before subsequently losing the series in Game 6 by a final score of 4–1.

2015 Stanley Cup playoffs

Legend:       Win       Loss * denotes if needed

Player statisticsEdit

Final[17]

Skaters

Regular Season
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Pacioretty, MaxMax Pacioretty 80 37 30 67 38 32
Plekanec, TomasTomas Plekanec 82 26 34 60 8 46
Subban, P. K.P. K. Subban 82 15 45 60 21 74
Markov, AndreiAndrei Markov 81 10 40 50 22 38
Desharnais, DavidDavid Desharnais 82 14 34 48 22 24
Gallagher, BrendanBrendan Gallagher 82 24 23 47 18 31
Galchenyuk, AlexAlex Galchenyuk 80 20 26 46 8 39
Weise, DaleDale Weise 79 10 19 29 21 34
Eller, LarsLars Eller 77 15 12 27 −6 42
Parenteau, P. A.P. A. Parenteau 56 8 14 22 0 30
Prust, BrandonBrandon Prust 82 4 14 18 6 134
Sekac, JiriJiri Sekac

|| 50 || 7 || 9 || 16 || −3 || 18

Emelin, AlexeiAlexei Emelin 68 3 11 14 5 59
Gonchar, SergeiSergei Gonchar

|| 45 || 1 || 12 || 13 || 7 || 16

Gilbert, TomTom Gilbert 72 4 8 12 10 30
Beaulieu, NathanNathan Beaulieu 64 1 8 9 6 45
Petry, JeffJeff Petry

|| 19 || 3 || 4 || 7 || −3 || 10

de la Rose, JacobJacob de la Rose 33 4 2 6 −5 12
Bournival, MichaelMichael Bournival 29 3 2 5 3 4
Malhotra, MannyManny Malhotra 58 1 3 4 −6 12
Weaver, MikeMike Weaver 31 0 4 4 0 6
Andrighetto, SvenSven Andrighetto 12 2 1 3 0 0
Smith-Pelly, DevanteDevante Smith-Pelly

|| 20 || 1 || 2 || 3 || −2 || 12

Tinordi, JarredJarred Tinordi 13 0 2 2 −5 19
Bourque, ReneRene Bourque

|| 13 || 0 || 2 || 2 || −9 || 6

Thomas, ChristianChristian Thomas 18 1 0 1 −2 7
Allen, BryanBryan Allen

|| 5 || 0 || 1 || 1 || −2 || 2

Mitchell, TorreyTorrey Mitchell

|| 14 || 0 || 1 || 1 || −2 || 8

Tangradi, EricEric Tangradi 7 0 0 0 −3 17
Bowman, DraysonDrayson Bowman 3 0 0 0 0 0
Pateryn, GregGreg Pateryn 17 0 0 0 0 6
Dumont, GabrielGabriel Dumont 3 0 0 0 −1 0
Flynn, BrianBrian Flynn

|| 9 || 0 || 0 || 0 || −2 || 0

Moen, TravisTravis Moen

|| 10 || 0 || 0 || 0 || 0 || 4

Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Subban, P. K.P. K. Subban 12 1 7 8 1 31
Pacioretty, MaxMax Pacioretty 11 5 2 7 2 16
Gilbert, TomTom Gilbert 12 2 3 5 5 14
Mitchell, TorreyTorrey Mitchell 12 1 4 5 4 6
Gallagher, BrendanBrendan Gallagher 12 3 2 5 5 0
Plekanec, TomasTomas Plekanec 12 1 3 4 3 6
Prust, BrandonBrandon Prust 12 1 3 4 1 35
Galchenyuk, AlexAlex Galchenyuk 12 1 3 4 1 10
Desharnais, DavidDavid Desharnais 11 1 2 3 −1 4
Petry, JeffJeff Petry 12 2 1 3 2 4
Eller, LarsLars Eller 12 1 2 3 0 4
Weise, DaleDale Weise 12 2 1 3 3 16
Pateryn, GregGreg Pateryn 7 0 3 3 2 0
Smith-Pelly, DevanteDevante Smith-Pelly 12 1 2 3 −1 2
Flynn, BrianBrian Flynn 6 1 2 3 −1 0
Markov, AndreiAndrei Markov 12 1 1 2 −1 8
Parenteau, P. A.P. A. Parenteau 8 1 1 2 0 2
Emelin, AlexeiAlexei Emelin 12 0 2 2 1 10
Beaulieu, NathanNathan Beaulieu 5 0 1 1 1 0
de la Rose, JacobJacob de la Rose 12 0 0 0 0 4

Goaltenders
Regular Season
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Price, CareyCarey Price 66 66 3977 44 16 6 130 1.96 1953 .933 9 0 1 4
Tokarski, DustinDustin Tokarski 17 16 1005 6 6 4 46 2.75 509 .910 0 0 1 0
Playoffs
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Price, CareyCarey Price 12 12 752 6 6 28 2.23 352 .920 1 0 0 2

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Canadiens. Stats reflect time with the Canadiens only.
Denotes player was traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with the Canadiens only.
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Notable achievements Edit

Awards Edit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Plekanec, T.T. Plekanec NHL First Star of the Week[18] October 13, 2014
Price, C.C. Price NHL Second Star of the Week[19] November 17, 2014
Price, C.C. Price NHL Third Star of the Week[20] January 5, 2015
Price, C.C. Price NHL All-Star game selection[21] January 10, 2015
Price, C.C. Price NHL First Star of the Week[22] February 2, 2015
Desharnais, D.D. Desharnais NHL Third Star of the Week[23] February 9, 2015
Pacioretty, M.M. Pacioretty NHL Third Star of the Week[24] February 23, 2015
Price, C.C. Price NHL Second Star of the Month[25] March 1, 2015
Subban, P. K.P. K. Subban NHL Second Star of the Week[26] March 2, 2015
Price, C.C. Price Hart Memorial Trophy[27]
Vezina Trophy[28]
Ted Lindsay Award[29]
June 24, 2015

Milestones Edit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Sekac, J.J. Sekac 1st Career NHL Game October 8, 2014
J. Sekac 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
October 16, 2014
Parenteau, P.P. Parenteau 300th Career NHL Game October 27, 2014
Eller, L.L. Eller 300th Career NHL Game November 5, 2014
J. Sekac 1st Career NHL Assist November 8, 2014
Subban, P.P. Subban 300th Career NHL Game November 11, 2014
Gonchar, S.S. Gonchar 800th Career NHL Point November 15, 2014
Plekanec, T.T. Plekanec 700th Career NHL Game November 20, 2014
Markov, A.A. Markov 100th Career NHL Goal November 22, 2014
Weise, D.D. Weise 200th Career NHL Game November 28, 2014
Andrighetto, S.S. Andrighetto 1st Career NHL Game
1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
December 6, 2014
Prust, B.B. Prust 400th Career NHL Game December 12, 2014
Galchenyuk, A.A. Galchenyuk 1st Career NHL Hat-trick December 16, 2014
B. Prust 100th Career NHL Point December 20, 2014
A. Markov 800th Career NHL Game December 23, 2014
Price, C.C. Price 400th Career NHL Game
200th Career NHL Win
January 2, 2015
Emelin, A.A. Emelin 200th Career NHL Game January 2, 2015
Desharnais, D.D. Desharnais 300th Career NHL Game January 15, 2015
De la Rose, J.J. De la Rose 1st Career NHL Game February 3, 2015
Thomas, C.C. Thomas 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
February 12, 2015
J. De la Rose 1st Career NHL Assist
1st Career NHL Point
February 12, 2015
Gallagher, B.B. Gallagher 100th Career NHL Point February 19, 2015
D. Desharnais 200th Career NHL Point February 28, 2015
S. Gonchar 1,300th Career NHL Game March 12, 2015
A. Galchenyuk 100th Career NHL Point March 21, 2015
T. Plekanec 200th Career NHL Goal April 4, 2015

Playoffs
Player Milestone Reached
Flynn, B.B. Flynn 1st Career Playoff Game
1st Career Playoff Goal
1st Career Playoff Assist
1st Career Playoff Point
April 15, 2015
Petry, J.J. Petry 1st Career Playoff Game April 15, 2015
De la Rose, J.J. De la Rose 1st Career Playoff Game April 15, 2015
Pateryn, G.G. Pateryn 1st Career Playoff Game April 22, 2015
G. Pateryn 1st Career Playoff Point April 24, 2015
J. Petry 1st Career Playoff Goal
1st Career Playoff Point
May 3, 2015

Transactions Edit

The Canadiens have been involved in the following transactions during the 2014–15 season:

TradesEdit

Date Details
June 28, 2014[30] To Arizona Coyotes
3rd-round pick in 2014
4th round pick in 2014
To Montreal Canadiens
3rd-round pick in 2014
June 30, 2014[31] To Colorado Avalanche
Daniel Briere
To Montreal Canadiens
P. A. Parenteau
5th-round pick in 2015
July 1, 2014[32] To Buffalo Sabres
Josh Gorges
To Montreal Canadiens
MIN's 2nd-round pick in 2016
October 5, 2014[33] To Winnipeg Jets
Peter Budaj
Patrick Holland
To Montreal Canadiens
Eric Tangradi
November 11, 2014[34] To Dallas Stars
Travis Moen
To Montreal Canadiens
Sergei Gonchar
November 20, 2014[35] To Anaheim Ducks
Rene Bourque
To Montreal Canadiens
Bryan Allen
February 24, 2015[36] To Anaheim Ducks
Jiri Sekac
To Montreal Canadiens
Devante Smith-Pelly
March 2, 2015[37] To Edmonton Oilers
2nd-round pick in 2015
conditional 5th-round pick in 2015
To Montreal Canadiens
Jeff Petry
March 2, 2015[38] To Buffalo Sabres
5th-round pick in 2016
To Montreal Canadiens
Brian Flynn
March 2, 2015[39] To Buffalo Sabres
Jack Nevins
7th-round pick in 2016
To Montreal Canadiens
Torrey Mitchell

Free agents acquired Edit

Date Player Former team Contract terms
(in U.S. dollars)
Ref
July 1, 2014 Manny Malhotra Carolina Hurricanes 1 year, $850,000 [40]
July 1, 2014 Tom Gilbert Florida Panthers 2 years, $5.6 million [41]
July 1, 2014 Jiri Sekac HC Lev Praha 2 years, $2.7 million [42]
July 1, 2014 Joey MacDonald Calgary Flames 1 year, $600,000 [43]
October 2, 2014 Drayson Bowman Carolina Hurricanes 1 year, $575,000 [44]

Free agents lost Edit

Date Player New team Contract terms
(in U.S. dollars)
Ref
June 3, 2014 Joonas Nattinen Modo Hockey 1 year [45]
July 1, 2014 Thomas Vanek Minnesota Wild 3 years, $19.5 million [46]
July 1, 2014 Brian Gionta Buffalo Sabres 3 years, $12.75 million [47]
July 1, 2014 Mike Blunden Tampa Bay Lightning 1 year, $600,000 [48]
July 1, 2014 Devan Dubnyk Arizona Coyotes 1 year, $800,000 [49]
July 3, 2014 Nick Tarnasky New York Rangers 2 years, two-way contract [50]
July 24, 2014 Martin St. Pierre KHL Medveščak Zagreb 1 year [51]
August 7, 2014 Ryan White Philadelphia Flyers 1 year, $575,000 [52]
September 25, 2014 Robert Czarnik Indy Fuel 1 year [53]
October 14, 2014 Francis Bouillon HC Ambrì-Piotta 1 year [54]
January 20, 2015 Douglas Murray Kölner Haie 1 year [55]

Player signingsEdit

Date Player Contract terms
(in U.S. dollars)
Ref
July 1, 2014 Mike Weaver 1 year, $1.75 million contract extension [56]
July 1, 2014 Jeremy Gregoire 3 years, $1.86 million entry-level contract [57]
July 21, 2014 Nikita Scherbak 3 years, $3.625 million entry-level contract [58]
July 24, 2014 Lars Eller 4 years, $14 million contract extension [59]
August 2, 2014 P. K. Subban 8 years, $72 million contract extension [60]
November 29, 2014 Brendan Gallagher 6 years, $22.5 million contract extension [61]
December 19, 2014 Brett Lernout 3 years, $2.055 million entry-level contract [62]
April 12, 2015 Mark MacMillan 2 years, entry level contract [63]
June 1, 2015 Gabriel Dumont 1-year, two-way contract extension [64]
June 1, 2015 Morgan Ellis 1 year, two-way contract extension [64]
June 2, 2015 Jeff Petry 6 years, $33 million contract extension [65][66]
June 13, 2015 Nathan Beaulieu 2 years, $4 million contract extension [67]
June 15, 2015 Torrey Mitchell 3 years, $3.6 million contract extension [68]

Draft picksEdit

See also: List of Montreal Canadiens draft picks

Below are the Montreal Canadiens' selections made at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, held on June 27–28, 2014 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.[69]

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 26 Nikita Scherbak RW Flag of Russia Russia Saskatoon Blades (WHL)
3 73 b  Brett Lernout D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Swift Current Broncos (WHL)
5 125 a  Nikolas Koberstein D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Olds Grizzlys (AJHL)
5 147 Daniel Audette C Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sherbrooke Phoenix (QMJHL)
6 177 Hayden Hawkey G Flag of the United States.png United States Omaha Lancers (USHL)
7 207 Jake Evans C Flag of Canada.svg Canada St. Michael's Buzzers (OJHL)
Draft notes
  • Montreal's second-round pick went to the New York Islanders, as the result of a trade on March 5, 2014 that sent Thomas Vanek and a conditional fifth-round pick in 2014 to Montreal, in exchange for Sebastian Collberg and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[70] The condition – New York would receive a second-round pick in 2014 if Montreal qualified for the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs – was converted on April 1, 2014.[71]
    • a Montreal received the fifth round pick belonging to the New York Islanders, as the result of a trade on March 5, 2014 that sent Sebastian Collberg and a conditional second-round pick in 2014 to New York, in exchange for Thomas Vanek and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[70] The condition – Montreal would receive a fifth-round pick in 2014 if Montreal qualified for the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs – was converted on April 1, 2014.[71]
    • b The Arizona Coyotes' third-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 28, 2014 that sent a third and fourth-round pick in 2014 (87th and 117th overall) to Arizona in exchange for this pick.

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