The puck used by Detroit’s Modère (Mud) Bruneteau on March 25, 1936, to beat Montreal Maroons goalie Lorne Chabot, thus ending the longest game in NHL history. The puck is on display at the Hall of Fame in Toronto.
So the Spokane Chiefs not only won the Memorial Cup tonight with a 4-1 victory over the Kitchener Rangers, they also broke a replica of the
But who's counting, right, just one game into the 2007-08 Stanley Cup Final?
The 2008 NHL Entry Draft takes place June 20-21 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa. And for
Based on a conversation with super agent Don Meehan, the Journal du Montreeal reports Andrei Kostitsyn would like to pursue his career with the Canadiens.
Kostitsyn, the team's first-round
There’s only one series left in these 2008 NHL playoffs, but it’s the most important one of the bunch. After this, there will be only one.
There’s only one series left in these 2008 NHL playoffs, but it’s the most important one of the bunch. After this, there will be only
This Penguin had Canadiens connections
Les Binkley was the Pittsburgh Penguins' first No. 1 goaltender, recording a remarkable six shutouts in 54 games
Will he wear his McGill tie?
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From our good friend, Earl (The Pearl) Zukerman, of McGill University, the hardest-working collegiate sports
Then-Habs coach Michel Therrien at the Molson Centre in the fall of 2002. Therrien has led the Pittsburgh Penguins to this season's Stanley Cup Final.
Richard Arless Jr.,
Taxman and mrstewart61 are well in front of the pack, leading with 221 points apiece. Robert L (214 points), 24 Cups (213 points), and m00ks (215 points)