Montreal Canadiens Links
- Trade talks continued, again centering on Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau & Rene Bourque. There are a ton of varying stories going on, but here is the latest: L'Anti-Chambre is claiming Colorado wanted Sven Andrighetto added to the deal. Louis Jean tweaked his story and now claims that the Habs were looking for Jamie McGinn, Colorado countered with Parenteau and offered to retain some of his salary. Francois Gagnon on the other hand says that Montreal offered Bourque for Parenteau, and Colorado flat out refused.
- NHL.com takes a look at prospect Charles Hudon, especially his role at the World Juniors and his trade to Baie-Comeau
- Elliotte Friedman released another edition of 30 thoughts, which is always worth a look. He doesn't think Therrien is going anywhere soon.
- Former GM Serge Savard was on Chris Nilan's show and spoke about the hardships of being a GM in Montreal.
- Brian Wilde tackles the sensitive language issue surrounding the Habs.
Around the NHL
- You'll want to read the story about Notre Dame's one-handed goalie.
- Cal Clutterbuck's use of eye black on his entire face raised a few eyebrows.
- Mike Stromberg over at In Lou We Trust pleaded with Martin Brodeur to hang up his skates and the end of the year.
- Tim Thomas delivered a slash to the face of Carl Soderberg in the dying seconds of a Bruins blowout. After the game Thomas was his usual source of quote gold.
- JP Nikota over at PPP attended a KHL game and gives a first hand report of the experience.
More from Eyes On The Prize
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- Dustin Tokarski selected to the AHL all-star game
- Montreal Canadiens ups and downs: Week 17
- Tuesday Habs Links - Trade Imminent?
- Could P.A. Parenteau be a fit with the Montreal Canadiens?
- Catching The Torch: Jan. 20 to Jan. 26th
- 24CH Recap: Season 2, Episode 15
- Monday Habs Links: Magnus Nygren slams Hamilton
- Canadiens vs Capitals: analyse et chances de marquer
- An open letter to Marc Bergevin: It's time to do the hard thing, the right thing
- Top Six Minutes: The Players Stage a Sit-In-Strike