Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens
I was thinking maybe the Habs should sign him at a base salary of let’s say 500,000 $, and throw in some incentives like games played, goals and so on.
If you’re going to a spead dumb rumour tied to fantastical trades then you may as well report actaul events too:
According to All Ducks.com, the Montreal Canadiens will announce a big trade with the New York Islanders…
On the Local french show, 110%, there was the debate of the Malkin rumor. This Rumor consisted of Malking coming to Montreal in exchange for Ribeiro, Ryder, Souray & Aebischer.
Here’s more from Eklund on this crazy rumor… (The only reason I’m posting this is because he was one if not the only guy who had rumored Samsonov signing to Montreal)
Another crazy rumor for Montreal… At first I thought it was a joke but apparently it isn’t and came from a good source (hockeybuzz.com), but like everyone else would be choqued if it happened.
“According to Gabriel Morency of Team 990, the Montreal Canadiens are close to trade Radek Bonk to the Washington Capitals for a draft pick that would free up cap space to sign J.P. Dumont wich they reportedly offered a 4yr/10m$ contract. And to the same Morency again, coach Carbonneau is willing to let Markov and Ryder go for more offensive and defensive help. Just rumors but i will keep you posted on this one. “
not the greatest web source but the Team 990 did report it.
We all know that J.P. Dumont is now a unrestricted free agent, the question now is what team will he decide to sign with.
The official Montreal Canadiens website as announced that defenseman Ryan O’Byrne as inked a 2 year deal.
According to rds.ca and to Mix 99,7 FM JP Dumont priority is to play in Montreal.
From Mix 99.7 Fm : Dumont’s agent called Bob Gainey and offer a discount price (less than the arbitration award) for a 3 years contract.
According to RDS, the latest news for Bouillon s ongoing knee problem isn t good.
According to rds.ca, Montreal Canadiens defenceman Francis Bouillon had his knee examined by a doctor after arriving in Vail, Colorado and had surgery on Wednesday. There is no official word on the extent of Boullion’s injury or how long he will be sidelined, but local reports say he could be out from four to six weeks. Bouillon made the trip to Vail after experiencing pain in his knee last week when he started skating.
With the recent injuries on the canadiens blueline of Francis Boullion who status for the start of the Montreal Canadiens’ training camp next month is still up in the air and Mark Striet.