Updated: Habs’ Max Pacioretty a Masterton finalist

Max Pacioretty

Habs’ Max Pacioretty rebounded from terrible injury to enjoy a career season in 2011-12.
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Congratulations to Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty, whose remarkable season following a grave injury has earned him one of three finalists’ positions for this season’s Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.

Here’s Max’s reaction from a conference call Tuesday afternoon.

Pacioretty is in the running for the award with Toronto’s Joffrey Lupul and Ottawa’s Daniel Alfredsson.


  1. PrimeTime says:


  2. jedimyrmidon says:


  3. HabinBurlington says:

    If Washington loses to Boston, have to wonder about the offseason in Washington, there appears to be a very unhappy superstar there.

  4. The Cat says:

    I cant see Alfie not winning the Masterton.

    [Disclaimer]: I’m a hockey fan. I care about the habs, but probably not as much as you.

  5. HabinBurlington says:

    Toronto Sun Columnist Steve Simmons makes the case for Burke to acquire Luongo. I don’t understand why many pundits still make it sound like it will take much to get Luongo. His contract basically nullifies the value of Luongo as a goalie (albeit his goalie value is nowhere near what it was when traded from Florida to Vcr.).

    Will Yzerman actually take a run at Luongo? Tampa Bay must find a legitimate goalie this offseason.

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