Montreal Canadiens news
The playoffs begin tomorrow, and Canadiens.com has a story on three Habs' weapons, the unsung heroes of Daniel Briere, Brian Gionta and Lars Eller. French is here.
The playoffs begin tomorrow, and our own Scott Matla posted a piece yesterday on what happened the last time Montreal met Tampa in the playoffs, in 2004.
The playoffs begin tomorrow, and several Canadiens players posted videos of their playoff memories here.
Arpon Basu wrote on NHL.com about Carey Price's rise to maturity in the league to be where he is today. For the playoffs that begin tomorrow.
Even though I personally couldn't care less if the whole country is behind Canada's only hope for a Stanley Cup or not, the Globe and Mail had a cool piece on eight reasons why Habs haters should cheer for Montreal anyway. It's cool because I get mentioned in it, as "a blogger".
A Canadian Press story makes its predictions for the playoffs, and points out how our goalie Carey Price is likely to have an important role in them and I learned brand-new information today. (P.S. it says Habs in six IN SIX)
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Brendan Shanahan was officially introduced as the new president of the Maple Leafs on Monday. The National Post ran a story here.
Interim Calgary Flames GM Brian Burke don't got no time for John Tortorella smack-talking his coach, Bob Hartley.
Swiss olympian Jonas Hiller was benched for the Anaheim Ducks' last few games, now he may be the odd-man out to start the playoffs.
Golf course-bound (instead of heading to the playoffs that begin tomorrow) Washington Capitals coach Adam Oates talked about how he wants to see Alex Ovechkin's game evolve.
If you've been looking for a playoffs bracket, find SB Nation's here.
The playoffs begin tomorrow!