Montreal Canadiens News
- Shawn Thornton was fined for spraying water on Subban during the play, to the tune of $2,800. I'm sure that hefty fine will ensure he doesn't engage in this type of childish activity in the future.
- David Desharnais thinks the Habs tired out Chara in game 5.
- It's do or die for the Canadiens, although they're not surprised by the situation they're in.
- Ken Dryden wrote an interesting piece on Carey Price and PK Subban, which is truly a study in contrasts.
- The Bruins are actively exploiting the third pairing, yet some people tell us that we're making too big of a deal out of the accurate Murray observations.
- Another P.K. Subban is the best article, this time by Sean Gordon, because why not?
- Therrien remains reasonably confident that the Habs can take home the next two games. Let's hope he figures out that the Bruins are quite aware of our weaknesses. When your opponents crack the code you need to change the system, or else you're doomed to lose the war.
- A couple of students in Boston were suspended over their racial tweets targeting P.K. Subban. To tell you the truth the school probably shouldn't have to step in, but not everyone is raised properly by their parents.
- Last, but definitely not least, yesterday's episode of Ice level with Andrew Berkshire is available, with special guests Steve Dangle Glynn and Joe Meloni.
News and Notes from Around the League
- The Guelph Storm were crowned champions of the Ontario Hockey League.
- Does truculence correspond to any type of positive effect in terms of wins? No, no it doesn't.
- Nino Niederreiter has raised the bar in the playoffs, don't forget that he was acquired for Cal Clutterbuck. Good one Snow.
- The Conn Smythe watch continues, and it's no surprise that Subban sits in the top 3.
- John Gibson is not only the future of goaltending in Anaheim, but he's also become the present.
- A few days after losing his mother, Martin St.Louis scored an emotional goal to open up the scoring versus Pittsburgh in game 6. Check out the video.