Normally at this time of the year, the hockey season would be in full swing and we’d have a good laugh about the team’s Halloween party pics.
Back in 2017, the Canadiens lost Alexei Emelin to the Vegas Golden Knights in the expansion draft. Fast forward 3 years and it’s now time to look at what the Habs’ options could be when it comes to their protection list.
Last night, Geoff Molson was interviewed by Jean-Charles Lajoie on his daily show. It wasn’t a ground-breaking interview but a couple of things stuck with me.
While the NHL is not currently giving us our daily hockey fix, the teams are still active trying to raise money in the fight against cancer.
Not much to report these days really, but here’s what’s been happening in the last couple of days.
It’s been two years already since Tomas Plekanec played his 1000th and last game in the NHL, but even though he’s not a part of the team anyone, he still is…kind of.
On November 17th, interested fans will be able to watch the event Hockey 911 virtually and get a special look at last Summer’s playoffs by hearing from some of the players, coaches and medical professionals involved.
Today, the Habs’ goalie coach Stéphane Waite fielded the medias’ question and here are the highlights from the 35 minutes call.
At the end of this upcoming season, Tomas Tatar will be a free agent and most Habs fans think that he will not be back with the Habs. That’s what I thought too, but what if?
While NBA fans have one more reason to look forward to Christmas, hockey fans are still playing the waiting game…
A couple of teams have started recalling players loaned to European teams, could it mean that good news are coming hockey wise?
Adidas has announced that it will officially launch its Reverse Retro line tomorrow on November 16th while Caufield’s season was launched this weekend.
Tonight, the Habs joined forces with the Montreal General Hospital to raise funds through the Hockey 911 event.
14 years ago, a first member of the big 3 saw his number go up to the rafters…
The Habs 1st pick is currently at the Team Canada Junior selection camp in readiness of the upcoming World Junior Championships.
There have been numerous glorious moments in the Habs history but there has also been some not so glorious one. 20 years ago today, Pierre Boivin righted a wrong committed by Ronald Corey 5 years earlier.
12 years ago today, number 33 finally took its rightful place in the rafters and for many fans who grew up idolizing Roy, that was way overdue.
Maybe, just maybe we got a hint that NHL hockey may be coming sooner rather than later.