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Olympic Hockey Problems: Club Team or Country?

Every four years, we as hockey fans cast regional club team allegiances aside in order to embrace patriotism at the Winter Olympic hockey tournament. Watching NHL players at the Games […]

by · February 21, 2014 · 2 comments · Olympics
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5 Hockey Thoughts and Oddities

Lying awake at night, listening to the snores of bedfellows and little ones in neighboring bedrooms, the mind gets to wandering. The ‘whys’, ‘hows’, whos’, and ‘whens’ of the night […]

by · October 24, 2013 · 2 comments · News/Commentary, Top 10 Lists
Would the Montreal Canadiens’ Number One Line Please Stand Up

Would the Montreal Canadiens’ Number One Line Please Stand Up

After finishing dead last in the Eastern Conference two seasons ago, the Canadiens bounced back in spectacular fashion claiming top spot last year in the now defunct Northeast Division. Along with a Norris-winning […]

by · September 23, 2013 · 0 comments · Montreal Canadiens
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Life After Hockey: A Look into Post-NHL Careers

Every National Hockey League player dreams of that day, the one where they’re lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup in front of thousands of fans.  NHL players are willing to give it […]

by · August 16, 2013 · 0 comments · Calgary Flames, News/Commentary
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Getting Defensive: Analyzing Montreal’s Blue Liners

The Montreal Canadiens have seven defensemen competing for six positions on the ice. It is a problem every team would love to have. While the top four spots are pretty […]

by · August 13, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Montreal Canadiens, Previews and Predictions
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Vegas Speaks: The Five Most Overrated NHL Teams for 2013-14

Last year, I penned a piece regarding what I believed to be the five most overrated NHL teams going into the 2012-13 NHL season, based upon Vegas Insider’s odds for […]

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The Canucks Soap Opera Continues

As the World turns, it seems that the Vancouver Canucks Organization isn’t turning with them. Instead, the situation has become somewhat stagnant for the last few weeks that the Canucks […]

by · July 14, 2013 · 13 comments · Vancouver Canucks
Former center Danny Briere will try again to move to wing and stay healthy for an entire season. (Image Credits: valorfaerie)

Canadiens Free Agents: Boon or Bust?

Bergevin dips his toes in the free agent pool After an extremely busy free agent frenzy on July fifth, things have certainly slowed down around the league in the following […]

NHL Realignment: Renaming the New Divisions

NHL Realignment: Renaming the New Divisions

Starting with this upcoming NHL season, the league has adopted a new realignment due in large part to the Winnipeg Jets. Gone are the days of three divisions in each […]

by · July 9, 2013 · 1 comment · News/Commentary
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Bear Hunting in the NHL’s New Division C

Even though the Montreal Canadiens won the Northeast Division last season, the Boston Bruins, for all intents and purposes, are simply the king of the division. The Bruins have made […]

by · July 9, 2013 · 1 comment · Boston Bruins
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Habs Send a Draft Day Message to Fans: Size Matters

  When the Canucks selected Hunter Shinkaruk with the 24th overall pick, Habs GM Marc Bergevin and top scout Trevor Timmins gave each other a celebratory fist bump, they were […]

by · July 2, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Montreal Canadiens, NHL Entry Draft
Hockey Hall of Famer and Boston Bruins Frank Brimsek.

Bruins Bounce Back: History of Cup Final Losses

WARNING: IF YOU ARE A HIGHLY SENSITIVE BOSTON BRUINS FAN, THIS POST MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOU. PROCEED WITH CAUTION. Life moves pretty fast. One moment the Boston Bruins […]

by · June 30, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Boston Bruins, Hockey History