GM Kent Hughes and the players met with the media yesterday for the season’s post-mortem and here’s what I took away from it.
The Canadiens are out of the spring dance, but plenty of former Habs will be trying to capture Lord Stanley’s mug with the playoffs starting today it’s time to play the prediction game.
Guy Lafleur was sent off in beautiful fashion this morning with a national funeral that hit plenty of people right in the feels.
Come May 10th, the Habs will have the best odds of winning the lottery and getting to pick first at the NHL draft, but that’s only the first part of what needs to go right for the Canadiens to hit the jackpot.
With the regular season over, Habs GM Kent Hughes can now focus on the future, and he wasted no time in signing an impressive prospect to a 3-year entry level contract yesterday.
Unlike the Habs, their AHL farm team, the Laval Rocket has made the playoffs and is currently tied at 1-1 in a best of 5 series.
Samuel Montembeault underwent a wrist operation and is expected to be ready for next season, question is, who will he be playing for?
10 months after losing the Stanley Cup to the Bolts and after surviving the worst season of their storied existence, the Price and Weber less Canadiens will be speaking 1st at the draft on July 7th.
There’s just no pleasing some people and at times, it can get old, really old.
Tomorrow, the World Championships will kick off in Helsinki Finland and a few Habs will be going for gold.
True to his word when he was first hired, Kent Hughes announced today that Christopher Boucher was hired as director of hockey analytics.
While there are no playoffs this spring in Montreal, there are plenty of opportunities for fans and collectors to meet some of their favorites.
Quite a few former Habs have booked their ticket for round 2 already but Habs fans would do well to hope Toffoli doesn’t join them tonight.
The NHL announced this morning that Carey Price was a finalist for the Bill Masterton trophy alongside Islanders’ Zdeno Chara and Flyers’ Kevin Hayes.