Peter Forsberg is back – with Colorado.
Pierre McGuire, on Mitch Melnick’s show this afternoon, says this will start an "arms race" in the Western Conference. Anaheim, San Jose, Vancouver and Detroit will try to make moves.
And in his acceptance speech, the Atlanta Thrashers general manager thanks his wife, his agent, God and Mats Sundin – not necessarily in that order.
Waddell is a
What if the Rangers game, aka the Greatest Comeback in the History of Sports, really was the turning point of the Canadiens' season?
They haven't won since. And while
Columbus Blue Jackets used the Bob Gainey playbook to embarrass Canadiens on their general manager's big night.
The visitors played tough, disciplined defensive hockey. Columbus managed just 22 shots
Who would have thought Canadiens would get goals from Michael Ryder, Christopher Higgins, Saku Koivu ... and still lose?
Back to the drawing board for the shut-down game.
Canadiens fought back from a 3-1 deficit and took a 4-3 lead early in the third period, but then the roof caved in.
A bad cross-ice pass by Mike
Mathias Brunet of La Presse thought he had a scoop. Today Brunet reported the Canadiens had ordered equipment for Marian Hossa.
Players headed to Atlanta: Michael Ryder, Mark
Former Montrealer – and eternal Canadiens fan – John Gallagher is a Toronto sportscaster and regular Habs I/O reader. He has heard, from someone who knows someone who knows
That's what Dany Dubé was calling it on the CKAC post-game show. But for me and maybe for 21,000 deliriously happy fans in the Bell Centre (there were
Canadiens president Pierre Boivin brought a special guest to the winning room: Montreal Symphony Orchestra conductor Kent Nagano.
When the maaestro's small hand disappeared into Alex Kovalev's for the