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 […]
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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.
Every year around Christmastime, hockey fans across the globe gather in front of their television screens to watch the game they love with a passion. No, they aren’t getting together […]
Nail Yakupov is arguably the most highly skilled player available in the 2012 NHL Draft. In the 2010-2011 season, he put up outstanding numbers, recording 101 points in 65 games, […]
Jim Neveau, NHL Correspondent St. Paul, MN – The 2011 NHL Entry Draft got off to a pretty tame start in the Twin Cities. Other than the trade that sent […]