Expectations Play Biggest Role in Canadiens Impending Success or Failure

With Robert Lang out for the rest of the season, it’s all on Plekanec and Koivu to provide the way they did last season for a Canadiens team that finished with the best record in the Eastern Conference.

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Vinny to Montreal; A Realistic Scenario for the First Time Ever

Are we being toyed with?

Two rumored deals on the table for Vinny Lecavalier. The first one includes Christopher Higgins, Tomas Plekanec, P.K. Subban and a draft pick, for

Getting Into Hockey Shape; Silver Brothers Bring Skating Treadmill to Montreal

It wasn’t too long ago I stumbled upon a Montrealer’s dream, conveniently found in the West Island (even the best things require a bit of travel). Sportplexe

Spotlight On Subban

The experience at this year’s World Junior Championship was arguably more valuable to P.K. Subban than anyone else skating in the tournament. No player aside from John Tavares

No Sundin, No Cry

He's been the biggest story in the NHL this season. Once he signs, the biggest story will become what he failed to do for either the Vancouver Canucks

A Look at the Top Five Most Valuable Players to Montreal’s Success Thus far

Those worried about the roster limit in Montreal and who would inevitably be sent down between Ryan O'Byrne, Guillaume Latendresse, Sergei Kostitsyn, and Matt D'Agostini, can now breathe

Free Wings at Cage Aux Sports…Finally

The Canadiens scored 5, or more goals last season in 15 of their 82 games. Last night was the fourth night of the season where they managed to

Canadiens’ Needs Assessment

Nevermind the quarterly review...

Offense: By all means should be worthy of Stanley Cup potential, but we've yet to see the signs that point to them dominating the East,

Fans in Panic-Mode Have Short Memories

While many are allowing panic to set in with each disturbing loss this team suffers, there are a couple of reasons to be optimistic. The fact that it's

Hits Like Ruutu’s Should be Automatic Suspensions

I tried to get Max Lapierre to say something about it, but the best he could give me was: "I didn't see it." Unsatisfied, I asked Guy Carbonneau