Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens
The Tampa game, a shootout loss for the Habs, illustrated why Subban is a unique commodity: no other defenceman brings quite the same combination of rise-out-of-your-seat offensive dynamism, punishing physicality and defensive intelligence.
With seven goals in 10 games this year, Cammalleri is off to a fantastic start after missing seven contests with a hand injury. A pending unrestricted free agent this summer, Cammalleri, at 31, doesn’t figure to stick around for the Flames’ rebuild, but will be a major bargaining chip if Calgary puts him in play. That means he won’t come cheap.
The Jets are said to be fielding calls for Evander Kane. Earlier this week in Montreal, a radio station floated this: Kane to the Canadiens for Max Pacioretty. And in Vancouver a TV type floated a rumour that the Canucks might want to package some of their prospects to land Kane.
— Fred Poulin (@FredPoulin98) July 11, 2013
We know that Jaromir Jagr is going to play in the NHL during the 2013-14 season, we just don’t know where.
One team that seems to be emerging as a favorite, at least in Jagr’s eyes, is the Montreal Canadiens.
Rumeur. Échange Montréal-Philadelphie. Coburn, Simmonds et Talbot pour Plekanec, Beaulieu et Moen.
— Stephane Laporte (@laportestephane) July 5, 2013
Danny Briere is not likely to hear many more boos at the Bell Centre.
The free agent from Gatineau, Que., has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens.
Ryder’s agent Thane Campbell told Le Journal de Montreal this week that the 33-year-old forward is not part of Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin’s offseason plans.
Entering the final week of the regular season, many salivated over the prospect of a first-round series between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs.
With the potential of Canada’s two most historic teams going head-to-head in a playoff battle for the first time since 1979 — not to mention, the Maple Leafs’ first postseason appearance since 2004 — the series seemed like an ideal first-round matchup.
However, the Canadiens ended up winning the Northeast Division and drew the Eastern Conference’s seventh seed, the Ottawa Senators.
If Saturday was Daniel Briere’s final game with Philly it was appropriate it was played at Scotiabank Place, not far from his hometown in Gatineau. There is a lot of talk Briere, 35, will be bought out of the final year of his $6.5 million contract by the Flyers. Wouldn’t be shocked if he was signed by the Habs.