There definitely aren’t many Montreal Canadiens roster spots up for grabs heading into 2014-15, which may be for the best, seeing as this team did just reach the Eastern Conference […]
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With training camp set to open soon (September 18), Montreal Canadiens fans are likely on the edge of their collective seat wondering what the Habs have in store for an […]
Much to the surprise of most everyone, the Montreal Canadiens notched 100 points last season and made it to the Eastern Conference Final. While they will be hard-pressed to make […]
By Nathan Currier @nathancurrier If the Habs’ General Manager Marc Bergevin does nothing next summer except lounge by the pool, the following September at the 2014-2015 Canadiens training camp there […]
Every year it can be a tense time for Coaches and Managers of American Hockey League franchises during National Hockey League training camps. They wait and hope to get some […]
Lately some Canadiens past and present have been making news but not quite for the right reasons. This got me thinking: what were the all-time Habs run-ins with the law? […]
Despite a very important 2-1 win against their division rivals on Saturday at Bell Centre, the Canadiens lost a key element of their defensive brigade when bruising defensemen Alexei Emelin […]
At the tender age of 19, Nathan Beaulieu will most likely spend the 2012-13 season with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL on his journey to the NHL. Entering his […]
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 […]
The Memorial Cup is the most prized possession in Canadian major junior hockey. Presented each year to the champion of the Canadian Hockey League, the Memorial Cup tournament is round […]
Welcome to the latest of many weekly columns on The Hockey Writers: The Prospect Panel. Each week, three of our prospect writers will be answering your questions, as well as […]
Canada’s World Junior Roster, not as many easy choices as in years past.