Expansion was the talk of the summer when news broke that the NHL was planning to move into four cities. For every reason you can possibly think of, this gripped […]
Post Tagged with: "Quebec"
With cities across North America clamoring for the rights to an NHL franchise, there is no lack of intrigue when discussing which locale may end up with a team. Since […]
While the lockout continues, hockey fans in the desert and northern Providences are occupied with the Phoenix Coyotes. Taking the stand at Tuesday’s Glendale city council meeting, prospective Coyotes owner […]
When the call went out last spring that the Montreal Canadiens were in the market for a new GM and head coach there was a clear disclaimer, those who could […]
The first official shoveling of dirt for the construction of the new arena in Quebec City occurred Monday afternoon near the Old Colisee Pepsi, where 20,000 people gathered to participate […]
With the Stanley Cup final between the New Jersey Devils and the Los Angeles Kings coming to an end this week, everyone thought the Phoenix Coyotes saga would be over […]
Maurice Richard: The Most Amazing Hockey Player Ever. By Chris Robinson. (2011, Toronto: James Lorimer & Company, Ltd. Softcover. Pp. 128. $9.95. ISBN 978-1-55277-900-2.) “Don’t let anyone say that it’s […]
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 […]
By Steve Kendall With the general managers of NHL teams meeting this week, it is a perfect time to chime in with the things I would do to make the […]
Montreal has been going through a lot of changes since they were ousted in the semi-finals of this year’s Stanley Cup race. Some of the changes have been good, but others… well, we’re just going to have to see what the 2010-11 season will hold. Here’s a re-cap of some of the recent goings on up in southern Quebec.
One of my fondest memories, from the time I was ten years old, was spending Tuesday nights with my dad at the Montreal Forum. At the time, Junior hockey was […]
Even the average fan has to ask, has Colorado done enough to return to the post-season this Spring or