Would you watch NHL replacement players?

ShareWould you watch NHL replacement players during the lockout? That question was being asked in hockey circles after former Toronto Maple Leafs GM and player agent Bill Watters told a Toronto radio station recently that he believes commissioner Gary Bettman will […]

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It’s time for hockey fans to vent

The NHL announced on Thursday that the first two weeks of the regular season have been officially cancelled as a result of the lockout, meaning the first 82 games


RDS to televise Tournée des joueurs game

It won’t be the Ottawa Senators vs. the Canadiens on RDS on Oct. 11 as originally planned in the NHL schedule. But Habs fans will be able


It’s official: first two weeks of NHL season cancelled

It's official: the Canadiens won't be opening the NHL season on Oct. 11 at the Bell Centre against the Ottawa Senators. The NHL announced Thursday afternoon that it has cancelled


Former Panthers CEO weighs in on lockout

Stu Siegel, the former CEO and co-managing partner of the Florida Panthers, wrote an interesting article in the Oct. 1 edition of Sports Illustrated under the


Habs also getting tougher on the farm

New Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin and coach Michel Therrien have made it clear they want to be a tougher, more physical team once the lockout ends, signing free-agent


Back to the bargaining table on Friday

The NHL and the NHLPA will return to the bargaining table on Friday in New York, which will be the first negotiations since Sept. 12 and will focus


THN ranks Carey Price as No. 5 goalie in NHL

In the Oct. 1 edition of The Hockey News, the magazine ranks the top 20 NHLers by position and only three Canadiens made the list. Carey Price was ranked as the No. 5


Therrien “frustrated and disappointed” by lockout

PAT HICKEY THE GAZETTE Michel Therrien, who is returning for his second shot as the Canadiens’ head coach, said he was “frustrated and disappointed” by the NHL lockout. “We’re ready to


“I continue to hope for the best,” Molson says

BRENDA BRANSWELL THE GAZETTE There was far less star power at the Canadiens’ annual golf tournament on Wednesday and the sujet du jour was the underlying reason for that —