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French Canadian

1. a Canadian citizen whose native language is French
2. of or relating to French Canadians or their language
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Media Metrix lancera son systhme de mesure en temps riel pour les canadiens francophones au premier trimestre de l'an 2000.
The Canadiens, still reeling from the series-ending injury to Price in the opener, were fired up by Prust's hit.
The curve on McSorley's stick was illegal by a quarter-inch, which gave the Canadiens a power play.
The Canadiens rebounded from a 7-2 thumping in the opener with one of their better games of the playoffs, but Lundqvist had a nearly flawless game.
The well-known incident involving McSorley's illegal stick evened the series 1-1, and the Canadiens, led by brilliant goalie Patrick Roy, won the Cup.
Montreal coach Michel Therrien, who replaced Vigneault as Canadiens coach during his first stint with the team back in 2000, knows his counterpart quite well.
Montreal wasn't much better, as the Canadiens didn't record their first shot on goal in the second period until 6:30 had elapsed.
Genevieve Paquette, Executive Director of the Montreal Canadiens Children's Foundation, said, "We are pleased to offer this entertaining raffle option to the fans who attend Montreal Canadiens games and happy to look to the expertise of Bump 50:50 to develop and execute the program.
Canadiens President Geoff Molson called Beliveau as "class personified.
Les operateurs canadiens activent dans les domaines de l'agriculture, de l'agroalimentaire, de la sante, des energies renouvelables, des telecommunications, de l'aeronautique, du tourisme, du BTPH, de l'environnement et de la formation professionnelle.
When combined with the national package of 40 Canadiens games, Sportsnet will deliver all 82 games to Habs fans across 9 channels, including CBC, City, Sportsnet (East, Ontario, West and Pacific), Sportsnet ONE, Sportsnet 360 and FX Canada.
MONTREAL: Rene Bourque scored a hat trick as the Montreal Canadiens beat the New York Rangers 7-4 in a high-scoring thriller on Tuesday to stay alive in the National Hockey League's Eastern Conference finals.