After signing a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Canadiens last summer, Gorges was determined to show to his club his real value this season as he was slated to become […]
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Now that we’ve reached the yearly Christmas break hiatus, it’s an appropriate time to look at the Montreal Canadiens situation and wonder why things have turned out so badly for […]
When the Montreal Canadiens take to the ice in Boston this evening, they will be doing so with a unilingual, Anglophone head coach behind the bench for just […]
The Holiday season is in full swing, and with Christmas quickly approaching, the big guy in the red suit is sure to be sorting out his list of naughty and […]
Jacques Martin has been relieved of his duties as head coach of the Montreal Canadiens. A statement on the team website says the decision was made early this morning. There […]
To blame Jacques Martin for the failure of the Montreal Canadiens so far this season is incredibly short-sighted and unnecessary. If a team is to succeed, they need to be […]
It appears Montreal native Louis Leblanc will have his first tour of duty with the big club extended. On Sunday, the team announced the return of forward Aaron Palushaj […]
After missing nine games due to injury, Scott Gomez is being reinserted into the lineup for tomorrow night’s match up against the Nashville Predators. Based on this morning’s practice lines, Gomez should […]
Yesterday afternoon, the Montreal Canadiens made the coaching shakeup no one was looking for by firing assistant coach Perry Pearn. The move was no doubt hard on everyone from Pierre […]
Deep in the majestic mountains of Kelowna, British Columbia lives a humble giant. Twenty-six years old, prime of his career, rehabilitated knee, and passion for the game. Josh Gorges wakes […]
Hey everyone, I would like to begin the blog by thanking Bruce Hollingdrake for giving me this opportunity to be a part of THW. As a new Habs correspondent, I’m […]
Although they lost Game 1, Boston wasn’t surprised…and that means the Montreal Canadiens are going to have an even bigger challenge in Game 2.