Did you know that the the H on the Montreal Canadiens’ sweater stands for "Hockey", not "habitant", as is commonly mistaken?
“Habitant” is a French nickname for the club, but is not the reason for the letter; also “Habs” is a slang used for the club that refers to their “habit” of winning Stanley Cups.
The Canadiens made the switch back in the 1917-18 season – since then, they’ve won 23 Stanley Cups (they won only one with the “A” in their logo) – who knew winning cups was as easy as switching a letter in a logo?
So March Madness is fully underway now, which makes it even more difficult to find hockey on TV. To make it easier on you, the ever faithful hockey fan, here’s a quick breakdown of who’s playing who, when they’re playing, and on what channels.
These are national games and all times are EST.
March 22 at 12:30
New York Rangers at Boston Bruins
March 22 at 7:00
Pittsburgh Penguins at Detroit Red Wings
March 23at 7:00
San Jose Sharks at Minnesota Wild
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