Montreal Hockey Talk live event at Jukebox Burgers

Today starting at 4pm, Montreal Hockey Talk is hosting a live event at Jukebox burgers in DDO, where we'll have a net set up with targets and a radar gun to test your accuracy and slapshot power. Beer and wings are cheap and the radio broadcast and fun are free. Come out and hang out with us!

Douglas Murray suspension: Phone hearing scheduled for tomorrow

In a bit of bad news for the Canadiens, Douglas Murray will be subject to a phone hearing to decide his suspension for last night's chicken wing elbow to the head of Lightning defenseman Mike Kostka. A phone hearing instead of an in person hearing means that Murray will face a maximum of a five game ban, likely less than that due to being a first time offender. It was probably too much to hope he would receive more.

Lucic still whining about Emelin, hasn't watched the hit

Milan Lucic is still crying his eyes out about Emelin supposedly going after his knees, even though the hit was clearly, and obviously to his hip. Fun fact, Johnny Boychuk tried to take out Subban's knees, something he's tried several times over the years, and Subban hasn't said a word. Why? Because Subban is a professional hockey player, not a professional crybaby.

Bournival rejoins the Habs

The Montreal Canadiens have confirmed that Michael Bournival has been recalled from the AHL's Hamilton Bulldogs and will rejoin the Habs before they fly down to Boston. Bournival scored 2 goals and 1 assist for 3 points in 3 games with the 'Dogs, along with putting 12 shots on net.

Mike McCarron opens the scoring against the Windsor Spitfires

In Game 1 on their OHL quarterfinal playoff series, Canadiens first rounder Mike McCarron (#24 for the Knights) takes a pass, makes a nice cut, and buries a wrister to open the scoring. Click through to see the goal at; his goal is the first clip in the highlight pack. London would take Game 1, by a score of 6-1.

Habs fan gets stern reminder about why it's never ok to bang on the glass

Puck Daddy brings us a quick reminder on the karmic power of the hockey gods, and likely also the hockey game attendee etiquette gods. As employees of a business that relies on providing an outstanding customer experience, Corey Tropp and Travis Moen just can't condone this young man obstructing the view of his fellow fans.

Two Habs top 3 in points per 60 mins

Only Sidney Crosby currently holds a better points per 60 minutes of ice time (even strength) than Brendan Gallagher and Alex Galchenyuk over the last few years. Not bad for a couple pups. Of course, they've played significantly less minutes than most other players in the top 10, but they're also much younger. The good news for the Habs is that if they play their cards right they should be able to keep both players on the roster for another 15 or 20 years. h/t to @Hope_Smoke.

In case you missed the debut of Ice Level, listen to the podcast

Did you miss the debut episode of my new show on Montreal Hockey Talk on Sunday? No worries, it's archived on and iTunes. Hashtag #IceLevel on twitter to chat with us during the show this coming Sunday.

This Minnesota Wild fan is really sad

The Wild dropped their game against Columbus last night in the shootout, and are in the top wildcard spot in the Western Conference, but they're fighting for their playoffs lives right now. The loss was too much to take for one fan, who looked absolutely despondent.


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