A lot has been written and said about Jean Béliveau over the last week and a half, but nothing can be compared to what took place on Wednesday afternoon at […]
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The challenges of Twitter are doubled (halved?) when it comes to the Montreal Canadiens. More so than any other club, the Habs have a fan-base that speaks, writes, and reads […]
Guy Lapointe, aka “Pointu,” holds a Montreal Canadiens team record that might surprise you. In 1974-75 the hard-hitting defender scored 28 goals, putting him ahead of legendary Habs like Doug […]
At the end of the 2012 season — which saw the Montreal Canadiens miss the playoffs for the first time since 2007 — change was afoot. Owner Geoff Molson, now […]
Hockey is an emotional game. A game can turn on a dime from momentum swings caused by a bruising body check, a great save or even a passionate chant from the […]
Now that the Mastercard Memorial Cup is over after the host team, the Shawinigan Cataractes, eliminated Dale Hunter’s London Knights 2-1 in overtime yesterday at Centre Bionest on Anton Zlobin’s […]
Canadiens’ owner Geoff Molson will make the official announcement during a press conference at the Brossard Sports Complex at 11h45. The Canadiens are last in the Eastern Conference with a 29-34-14 […]
Since the lockout, the Montreal Canadiens have been one of the most successful franchises in the NHL. While they continue to fall short of their ultimate goal of winning a […]
Randy Cunneyworth’s hiring was not unmerited. The man played 866 games in the NHL. He spent eight years paying his dues as head coach of the Rochester Americans in the […]
That guy at the office who is all too eager to point out discrepancies. The one that fancies himself a walking, breathing, encyclopedia of vast, untapped knowledge. He constantly finds […]
Normally, I’m a pretty even keeled kind of person. It takes a fair amount for me to sit up and speak out negatively against someone, especially in a public forum. […]
It has been a fast and furious turnaround from that disappointing season of 2008-09. The heart-break from that year washed away by the tremendously successful post-season run last spring by Montreal’s new Canadiens has left the faithful yearning for more.
But where do they go from here?