The Rocket didn’t play poorly, but they never really found a second gear in a Sunday afternoon loss.
Laval keeps rolling to start their first road trip of the season.
Profiles and stories on the prospects of the Montreal Canadiens
The Canadiens’ new ECHL affiliate makes its debut.
Roy and Kidney are tearing it up for their respective QMJHL teams, but Simoneau might be out for a while.
Five goals and timely goaltending put Laval back on the winning track.
Players are settling into their seasons as we hit mid-October.
The two teams split the home-and-home series.
The Rocket picked up where they left off.
The centre will get a chance to get big minutes in Laval.
The final roster decisions loom.
The Habs have clipped another four names from their preseason roster.
The roster diminishes with two pre-season games remaining.
Alexandre Fortin joins them as the three players heading to Laval Rocket training camp.
The first wave of cuts is made ahead of their two games Friday and Saturday.
The pair will likely play big roles for the Laval Rocket this season.
The shifts weren’t as large as we’ve seen in previous years, but there were still some significant moves up and down the list.
Over the last five weeks, the Habsent Minded crew have provided oral tidbits to go along with the player profiles.
The Russian defenceman played nearly the full season in his rookie year, but we know he has a lot more to offer.
The defenceman has no peer in the organization on the offensive side, but what about his defence?
The first competitive action of the 2021-22 season sees the top prospects in the Habs and Sens organizations squaring off.
The NCAA defender gains some ground in this year’s rankings.
One of Montreal’s top prospects is heading to Montreal after a year of development with Frölunda.