Opinions and observations made during the course of the season
After only three years, the relationship ends. How did it get there?
The Canadiens are building up locally at all levels of the organization.
With an ongoing investigation in Chicago that no one in the organization can recall anything about, the Canadiens added another black mark to the top league’s reputation.
The decision to draft Logan Mailloux shows a lack of respect for the fanbase.
Price waiving his no-movement clause is a risky move, even with his hefty contract and nagging injuries.
We select a list of players we’d keep below deck when the Kraken comes calling.
The miracle run has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean it has to be for nothing.
The Canadiens General Manager believed in his roster against all odds. He was right.
If the Canadiens from the regular season show up, it won’t be close.
The ups and downs of the pandemic season have only raised more questions about the state of the team and its players.
He’ll have a hard time graduating from that interim status with decisions like these.
The Habs overtime work continues to pay dividends late in the season.
After a listless loss to Calgary, I’m at a loss for words again.
While the players keep improving, those in charge keep leaving them behind.
The Canadiens appear to be dead in the water, and their general manager might be as well if he can’t spark a change.
Montreal has just enough depth in the key forward position to remain competitive, but one injury could significantly impact that status.
Alex Burrows’s ascent is hopefully the start of a new trend.
It could be worth a look at the cold facts when we discuss the Canadiens’ most decorated star.
After a highly disappointing run, culminating in two losses to the lowly Senators, something has to change before it’s too late.
After being scratched against the Leafs, it’s worth wondering about the winger’s future with the Canadiens.
So far this season, Toffoli has demonstrated his skills in various parts of his play.