Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens
In reading Jack Todd’s column in the Montreal Gazette this morning, I see that Carey Price isn’t happy with being a famous hockey player in Montreal, as he mentioned to the media scrum as players cleaned out their lockers. (more…)
Remember that intensity the Canadiens brought to game two? The Senators borrowed it for game three. (more…)
The series is all even now, with the Canadiens beating the Ottawa Senators 3-1, and it was the way they won it that tugs at the heart strings. Unless you’re a Sens fan of course…
Even though this past regular season was a short one, it was still an exciting one, featuring a 38 year old winning the Art Ross Trophy and the resurgence of Alex Ovechkin as the league’s most lethal goal scorer. These 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs feature some new teams that have been accustomed to playing golf this time of year, like the Maple Leafs and Islanders.