The Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins have a storied rivalry — one that might be the best in the history of the NHL. Now in 2013, nothing has changed.
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I am sure after such a long road trip the New York Rangers are happy to be home. I am also sure that they didn’t envision their first home game […]
If there’s one thing everyone can agree on regarding the Montreal Canadiens over the past few seasons, it’s that they’re a small team that can be intimidated and pushed around […]
Hey do you know that kid Eller is leading the Habs in scoring? Really eh!? Wouldn’t have bet on that one. Me neither. How’s Daniel Brière doing? Lars Eller […]
Some players get all the acclaim. Others go about their business in the shadows, preferring to let the P.K. Subbans of the world grab the spotlight. You know — the […]
In the game of hockey, a true number-one center is a lot like a unicorn. It’s hard to find, but you know it when you see it. For the Calgary […]
Despite the Montreal Canadiens’ strong start this season, some players are struggling offensively for the Eastern Conference leaders. One of them is captain Brian Gionta. In 19 contests this season, […]
Ten games into the season and sitting at 6-3-1, the Montreal Canadiens have so far been one of the season’s most surprising young teams. After finishing 19th in overall goal […]
Tomorrow night the Habs will host the Maple Leafs as the shortened season gets underway, but it looks like the Montreal Canadiens still have a key scoring position open in […]
Like so many times in the past several months, Montreal’s hockey community sits idly, waiting with bated breath. Now that official proposals have once again been exchanged, it appears as […]
Tomas Plekanec had a rough season with the Canadiens last year. After leading the team in scoring for the two seasons prior, Plekanec fell to fourth last.
In 1988, a 16-year-old boy by the name of Jaromir Jagr skated in his first professional hockey game as a member of HC Kladno, a team in the Czech Extraliga. More than two decades later, the talented winger has made a return to his hometown club—not just as a player, but as an owner, too.