Montreal Canadiens News
Team Canada finally, finally announced its picks for the roster for Sochi next month. Guess who's on it? And who isn't? And now, while the media revel in having created three square meals daily for the past six months from the abomination that would have been P.K. Subban's snubbing, what will they do? Oh, I know - keep feasting on the bountiful banquet that is all things Subban.
P.S. Andrei Markov and Alexei Emelin were named to Team Russia, too, bringing the number of Montreal Canadiens playing at Sochi to a whopping eight, with Max Pacioretty, Raphael Diaz, Peter Budaj and Tomas Plekanec all going to the dance for their respective countries.
Buried in yesterday's news was that Alex Galchenyuk will be missing four to six weeks due to a broken hand suffered in Monday night's game against the Florida Panthers. Galchenyuk also missed making Team U.S.A.'s Olympic team. But he's still only a kid at 19 years old, and it's not like he's killing himself over this.
Elsewhere around the NHL
Much ballyhoo over Martin St. Louis not making Team Canada, understandably so, and how does St. Louis respond? Of course he does. He didn't have much else to say about it, so might as well let his play do the talking.
The Leafs lost again, which is not so much news as a comfortable, cozy-old-socks feel-good story.
Vancouver hosted Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins last night, in Crosby's first return to the city since scoring the Golden Goal. Vancouver was winning by two goals with a little over a minute left. And, well ... look away, all the zero Canucks fans who come here for news.
- Team Canada announces their roster for the Olympic games in Sochi
- Team Canada 2014: P.K. Subban and Carey Price make it
- Markov and Emelin headed to Sochi
- Naming Team Canada's "B team"
- Alex Galchenyuk injury: Out 6 weeks with a broken hand
- Game Recap: A rare dominant Habs win
- Tuesday Habs Links: Canada to name Olympic team today
- Top Six Minutes: No-Goal? No Problem
- Plekanec named captain of Czech Olympic squad
- Catching The Torch: Dec. 30 to January 5th