Montreal Canadiens News
- The Habs are ready for game 7, check out what the players had to say ahead of tonight's elimination game.
- Therrien was impressed with Nathan Beaulieu's playoff debut, as was everyone else watching.
- Chris Nilan absolutely tore into the Bruins yesterday, here's the podcast.
- Alex Galchenyuk skated with his teammates for the first time since his injury, although Therrien stated he won't be playing in game 7.
- Adam Proteau thinks P.K. Subban is the NHL's version of Ric Flair.
- Game 7 will be shown on the jumbotron at the Bell Centre, admission is $10 and all proceeds go to charity.
- FranceTV Sport did an interview with prospect Tim Bozon and his family, now that Tim has had a chance to recover a little from his meningitis. It's well worth a watch. (French)
- What could make game the highlights from game 6 better? Slow motion and dramatic music, of course.
- Nate Silver discovered that referees tend to put their whistles away for in game sevens.
- There was a rumour on twitter that a Montreal bar had hung an effigy of Zdeno Chara, although a little digging revealed that it was an unfounded claim.
- Speaking of twitter, don't forget to vote for belated birthday boy P.K. Subban as the cover player for upcoming NHL 15. Even if you don't play the game, think how irrationality angry it will make some people. #NHL15Subban
News and Notes from Around the League
- Kirk Muller landed on his feet rather quickly, and accepted a job as an assistant coach with the St.Louis Blues.
- The rumours are flying around the possible destinations for Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf.
- Win or lose, Pensburgh doesn't think there will be a Malkin trade.
- The LA Kings have shown they can come back, but it must be exhausting.
- As the NHL continues to ponder expansion, Bettman visited the mayor of Seattle.
- The Rangers eliminated the Penguins in game 7 of the other Eastern conference semi-final.
- The Blackhawks clinched a ticket to the Western Conference Finals, courtesy of none other than the usual suspect, Patrick Kane.