Josh Gorges Rumour: Canadiens defender rumoured to be on the trade block


According to Bob McKenzie, Bergevin is attempting to trade longtime Hab and assistant captain Josh Gorges, which could move enough salary for the Habs to land a big fish in the UFA market.

Salary Cap set at $69M for 2014-2015


Some teams will definitely be in trouble (Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia). However the Habs shouldn't be in bad shape.

Rumour: Montreal interested in Jason Garrison?


As per the overlord of Canadian hockey info, Bob McKenzie

Carey Price 4th in Vezina votes


He almost made the top three, but there will be plenty of opportunities to win one in the near future.

Plekanec finishes 7th in Selke voting


This is his first top 10 finish, and it's well deserved.

Canadiens open the season vs Leafs, home opener vs Bruins


The NHL has released some scheduling details a bit earlier than usual this year, and the Canadiens have two big openers on the schedule, in Toronto to open the season, and against Boston to open at home. That should be fun.

Canadiens open pre-season at home against Bruins


According to the Boston Bruins, the pre-season for 2014-15 will kick off for us with a game against the Bruins at the Bell Centre on September 23rd, 2014. Will Dale Weise fight Milan Lucic? Hopefully not.

Bruins fan gets an absurdly embarrassing Thornton tribute tattoo


I don't even know where to start with this. First off, it's a Shawn Thornton tribute tattoo. It's difficult to put into words how embarrassing that is in the first place. Secondly, in order to lionize one of the dumbest moments in Thornton's career (there's a lot to pick from), this Bruins fan tattooed a Habs symbol on his skin. Ha! Thirdly, he seems to have put a 76 for Subban on a Wayne Gretzky Jofa helmet from 1986.

Leblanc traded to the Ducks


Earlier in the week, Andrew Berkshire posed some questions on what should be done with Louis Leblanc. Marc Bergevin seems to have answered that question in no uncertain terms by dealing the Bulldogs forward to the Anaheim ducks for a conditional fifth round draft pick in 2015. A conditional fifth round pick seems to me a bit of a weak return for a player like Louis Leblanc. Sure, he has struggled in recent years, but I would have expected a little more for someone who was drafted as high as he was. What do you think? Was this enough of a return for Leblanc?

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