Post Tagged with: "Quebec"

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Is There a 2014 NHL Expansion Draft on the Horizon?

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 […]

by · October 14, 2013 · 2 comments · Hockey History, News/Commentary
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Jamison and Coyotes Get A New Lease on Life, For Now

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 […]

by · November 29, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Arizona Coyotes
Candidates for the Habs' vacant GM position all had one thing in common. Source: Allhabs.net

Is Discrimination Hurting the Habs?

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 […]

by · November 28, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · Montreal Canadiens, News/Commentary
The first shovelling of dirt (Source: QMI Agency)

Quebec City Ready to Start Digging for New Arena

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 […]

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The Phoenix Coyotes Saga Dragging On

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 […]

Book Review: Maurice Richard

Book Review: Maurice Richard

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 […]

Josh Gorges is clearly exhausted which hurts the penalty kill (Icon SMI)

Josh Gorges Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

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 · July 23, 2011 · 4 comments · Humor, Montreal Canadiens
Top 10 ways to improve the NHL

Top 10 ways to improve the NHL

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 […]

by · November 11, 2010 · 9 comments · Olympics, Top 10 Lists, Uncategorized
Carey Price

Mystery in Montreal: How Will The Habs Fare In 2010?

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.

by · August 3, 2010 · Comments are Disabled · Montreal Canadiens, National Juniors, Prospects
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Jean Beliveau: A Class Act

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 […]

Early Spring 2010 Prediction in Denver

Even the average fan has to ask, has Colorado done enough to return to the post-season this Spring or

Patrick Roy to Coach the Avs?

This morning Pierre Lacroix reportedly offered the Head Coaching position of the Colorado Avalanche to Patrick Roy.