Links to interesting article about the Habs and hockey around the net.
In today’s links, wondering if Drouin can encourage more discussion about the stresses of NHL life, looking at what a difference two years can make, and Jim Hughson announces his retirement.
In today’s links, Ylonen’s action could be limited, Lafleur celebrates his birthday, Aho amused by Hurricanes’ trolling, Jagr still going strong, and more.
In today’s links, this isn’t Coach Jean-François Houle’s first rodeo, the Habs will be hosting the 2022 NHL draft and Jim Hughson to not call games next season.
In today’s links, Price continues rehabbing his knee, the Canadiens launch their Respect and Consent Action Plan, season predictions, and a European preseason game is cancelled due to extreme violence.
In today’s links, Scotty Bowman will forever be linked to Verdun, an introduction to the newest addition to the Canadiens’ coaching staff, and a New Jersey reunion on Long Island.
In today’s links, considering all the options for the third member of the Nick Suzuki-Cole Caufield line, the NHL tightens regulations concerning unvaccinated players, and what’s the next chapter for women’s professional hockey?
In today’s links, is Petry or Suzuki more important in the Habs lineup, vaccination required at the Bell Centre, Bergevin’s future uncertain, Crosby to miss the start of the season, and more.
In today’s links, losing Kotkaniemi to Carolina could be a win for Bergevin, getting to know Dvorak’s numbers, the Habs’ less-than-positive offseason, key milestones to watch for this season, and more.
In today’s links, Mailloux will have to wait for his season to start, Tomas Tatar talks about his time in Montreal, and the NHL delivers new COVID-19 protocols to its teams.
In today’s links, will the return of Drouin affect Bergevin’s offer sheet decision, why Kotkaniemi might be a fit for the Hurricanes, Toews prepares for his return, and more.
In today’s links, reactions to the revenge offer sheet, did Kotkaniemi want out of Montreal, giving Gallagher a bigger role, memorable offer sheets, Denmark qualifies for the Olympics for the first time, and more.
In today’s links, Carey Price is expected to be ready for training camp after off-season surgery, Dominique Ducharme talks about his retooled team, and two big contracts are inked around the league.
In today’s links, what the Habs Quebec players could experience this season, Canadiens podcast, Olofsson gets scooped up by the Kraken, Canada and USA ready to face off, and more.
In today’s links, Caufield looks ahead to the new season, Brendan Gallagher’s new rivalry, and The King announces his retirement.
In today’s links, a move to Montreal has not dampened David Savard’s Cup ambitions, Glendale set to bid adieu to the Arizona Coyotes, and prepping for the Women’s Worlds.
In today’s links, Caufield gets his NCAA award, Brendan Gallagher and George Springer have a conversation, and a Montreal Canadiens player parades the Stanley Cup in Quebec.
In today’s links, debating who will suit up next to Chiarot on the Habs’ blue line, the NHL announces plans to sell ads on jerseys, and the top 10 breakout candidates for next season.
In today’s links, Caufield makes the list of early Calder candidates, Anderson appreciation, non-vaccinated players could miss payday, and more.
In today’s links, what to expect from the Canadiens’ budding stars, the league’s expectations with regards to vaccinations, and where Joe Thornton is playing now.