Opinions and observations made during the course of the season
Three years after the CWHL folding, it was like nothing ever changed... Which is the problem.
Without their goaltender, the Habs would have had a tough time getting to overtime on Monday.
Kent Hughes’s first trade deadline as general manager was eventful and sets up the future.
A better power play would have yielded a win for the Canadiens on Saturday night.
How Kent Hughes can use a market inefficiency to help the Canadiens and Rocket at the Trade Deadline
Shifting the focus from draft picks to prospects can accelerate a rebuild, and help multiple levels of the organization.
An absurd penalty against Gallagher on Saturday night suggests his position on the list is quite secure.
The decision to sell is easy. The rest will be more challenging.
How has the newest bench boss balanced the pressure of a rebuild with getting on-ice results?
The organization didn’t have to trade Tyler Toffoli. The fact he’s the first one moved out speaks volumes.
The Hockey Hall of Famer lacks extensive coaching experience, but might be exactly what the team needs.
A coach that refuses to learn from his team’s deficiencies shouldn’t be leading them through a rebuild.
A new approach should mean a more cohesive plan for building the Habs.
The Habs never should have been on the ice in Florida on Saturday afternoon.
The entire bench is aware of Montreal’s current standing, and yet nothing seems to be changing.
The Canadiens have mentioned hiring a woman in hockey operations. Here are some options.
The Finnish winger has trade value, but maybe the Canadiens are better off holding onto him.
The former general manager certainly had his wins, but his tenure is ultimately defined by a pervasive lack of long-term vision.
The Canadiens owner thinks outside the box in order to try and improve the team.
The circumstances surrounding Scott Mellanby’s departure unveiled Bergevin’s fate.
Montreal is playing poorly, and right now there isn’t much to suggest a turnaround is imminent.
After an 0-5 start, the world is far from perfect.