Bonk a Hab-by, Hab-by guy

CHRIS STEVENSON -- Ottawa Sun

, Last Updated: 7:45 AM ET

Radek Bonk is back.

The ex-Senator was often a target for Ottawa fans' discontent during his stay here.

Miscast here as a No. 1 centre (he was the best they had), he's better positioned as the No. 3 centreman in the Montreal lineup, playing on a line with Jan Bulis and Steve Begin.

Bonk wasn't interested yesterday in any walks down memory lane.

"I'm just trying to concentrate on the Habs," said Bonk. "I had a good time playing here, but now I'm with a new club. I'm concentrating on what's ahead of me instead of what's behind me."

KOIVU LIKES ADDITIONS

Canadiens captain Saku Koivu credited the addition of players like Bonk and defenceman Mathieu Dandenault for helping the Habs carve out a 6-1 record in one-goal games this young season.

"We've got some players from teams that are used to winning those games," said Koivu. "Bonk played here, Dandenault in Detroit. You get to used to winning. You get used to losing. In time, that can change.

"The puck is bouncing our way at the end of games and we're getting chances."


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