Lions de Trois-Rivières
News and notes from the Montreal Canadiens properties playing in the ECHL.
Marc-André Bergeron gives an update on how the new ECHL team is coming together.
The missing piece to the organization’s development puzzle is finally coming together
Can an affiliation announcement with the Canadiens be far behind?
Future franchise has launched a team-naming contest as the ball gets rolling.
An entire ECHL division declares forfeit, including both Canadian teams.
The announcement was made on Thursday and the team would begin play in 2021.
The second part of our interview with Dean MacDonald.
Dean MacDonald expresses his frustration, and hope, for an ECHL franchise for the 2021-22 season.
The new commissioner talks about the state of the league and its growing role as an important tier in North American player development.
The Canadiens face the possibility of not having an affiliate once again.
League rules will dictate where players can be loaned.
The ECHL Beast go in a different direction.
Fifty-five AHL contracts have been signed since 2012-13. We investigate the patterns that have emerged.
The depth is deeper than it has been in a long time, but the Rocket can’t handle it all.
Taking a step back was the best thing to happen for the forward.
A new arena in Trois-Rivières is possibly part of a bigger plan.
The Brampton Beast look forward a dog fight against the Newfoundland Growlers in 2018-19.
Brampton Beast and beyond, the Rocket needed help this season just to ice a full roster.
The lone Quebecer on the Brampton Beast made the most of his opportunity with the Laval Rocket.
Brampton Beast President and General Manager Cary Kaplan speaks to Habs EOTP about the season and the future.
Multiple early season departures accumulated to impact the Canadiens, Rocket, and Beast
The Canadiens’ ECHL affiliate is feeling the effects of Montreal’s shallow depth.
The Laval Rocket were unaware of a fundamental AHL player eligibility rule.