The Columbus Dispatch reports the Canadiens are interested in acquiring one of the Blue Jackets’ first-round picks.
He's a 6-foot, 173-pound centre from Delson on Montreal's south shore (not far from Guillaume Latendresse's hometown of Ste. Catherine). He plays for the Chicoutimi Saguéneens (part owner:
Ray Getliffe, 94, succumbed to liver cancer on the weekend.
A left winger who broke into the NHL with the Boston Bruins, Getliffe joined the Canadiens for the
He's made a list.
He's checked it twice.
He's going to find out who's nifty on ice.
Trevor Timmins is coming to town. In fact, he's there already.
The Canadiens' director of
In a Sports Illustrated piece that listed five under-the-radar NHL talents, Michael Farber wrote this about Trevor Timmins:
Trevor Timmins, Montreal Canadiens director of player recruitment and development. Maybe Timmins
Nashville has signed defenceman Ryan Suter to a four-year, $14 million contract.
In 2007-'08, Suter, 23, scored seven goals., added 24 assists and had 71 PiM –
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review columnist Joe Starkey writes the Penguins may not be able to keep Evgeni Malkin.
With several big contracts on the books – Sidney Crosby, possibly Marian
Blogger's note: This history of Canadiens' picks originally appeared in the days leading up to the 2007 entry draft. It's being reblogged today because: a) it's pretty
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports the Penguins have made signing Marian Hossa their top off-season priority.
Should he become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, Hossa could command
In his Journal du Montréal column, RDS analyst Yvon Pedneault lists an all-star team of impending free agents:
Goaltenders: José Theodore and Cristobal Huet
Defence: Brian Campbell and Wade Redden