It’s 18h13 est here in Montreal, and to be honest, I couldn’t be happier. This trade deadline hype has been somewhere between annoying and ridiculous. I have been sitting here […]
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It seems that as of late, the grumblings are getting louder in and around the city of Montreal. In a city that never seems happy with the performance of their […]
Montreal boasts the #1 penalty kill and 4th best defense in the NHL, but what does 7.6% mean?
Here is a monthly breakdown of the Canadiens performance throughout the 2010 calendar year…
Defenceman Francis Bouillon and forward Sergei Kostitsyn will return to Montreal for the first time since both left town for the country-and-western climbs of Nashville, with the Canadiens playing host […]
Although it’s only been 8 games, the Montreal Canadiens are picking up right where they left off last May…Player Grades Through 8 games
Three games into the regular season, and Canadiens’ head coach Jacques Martin is already playing musical chairs as a way to kick-start forward Benoit Pouliot. Truth be told, The Coach […]
If I had to guess, I would think that all of you–at least those who are Montreal Canadiens fans–are not very pleased after watching Game 2 against the Washington Capitals. […]
Hello, Habs fans! My name is Jason Hitelman and I am now one of the Montreal Canadiens correspondents here at The Hockey Writers. As a lifelong Habs supporter, it is […]
On Tuesday, Dec. 1, I went to the Bell Centre to watch the Montreal Canadiens host the Toronto Maple Leafs. The next morning, I cried in my cereal. It’s no […]
This week has been a wild one for the Montreal Canadiens or maybe it has been for many fans. I listen to some sports talk radio and often hear many […]
I’m 1-0 on running diaries for the season when the Bruins are playing an opponent from last season’s playoffs. Or at least I was before Thursday night’s shootout loss against the Montreal Canadiens.
The Bruins celebrated their first goal in 192 minutes and 6 seconds, a baffling amount of time between tallies if you think about it. In that stretch, the Bruins only allowed four regulation goals, a sign that their defensive abilities have strengthened. But the overall game play of the team? Not the best, especially when injuries are becoming more popular with each passing day now that Byron Bitz and David Krejci have been added to that list