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Montreal Canadiens – you be the judge

Everyone says that Montreal is having a horrific season so far.. I agree, however, if they are as terrible as the media is making them sound like then why are they still 5th in the East? I know they haven’t played to they’re full potential since they played Columbus but if my team is playing bad and we are still in 5th and my team is filled with talent like Montreal is, I’m thinking we have a pretty good chance of making the playoffs (I don’t think anyone denies that Montreal will make the playoffs), and they also have a pretty good chance to make it to the Conference finals. I think the Canadiens are going to get better soon, and I have to say before I go, Montreal is still doing good in the standings and expect them to make a comeback soon. Promise!!

Sens Facing Mediocrity

How the mighty have fallen. The Ottawa Senators, finalists two years ago, unbeatable only a year ago have fallen on hard times.

A quarter into the season and the Sens sit one point ahead of 30th place in the NHL.

Once an envy of most organizations, the Sens are now nothing more than an overrated bunch that became complacent despite accomplishing nothing.

Maple Leafs trade watch: Several core players could be dealt

Burke may also target Nash or Bouwmeester

With Brian Burke now settling in as the new General Manager, the Maple Leaf trade watch has officially begun.

According to Lyle Richardson of The Hockey News, Burke could start shopping defensemen Tomas Kaberle and Pavel Kubina and forwards Nik Antropov and Alexei Ponikarovsky.

Habs First Quarter Not Quite As Planned

After the first quarter of the NHL season, the Montreal Canadiens have not been quite as advertised so far this year.

After having a dominant PP the last couple of seasons, the Habs are among the league’s worst with the man advantage. Obviously the team misses point men Mark Streit and Sheldon Souray who were main cogs in their PP attack.

Fantasy Hockey Eastern Conference Scene

Fantasy Hockey Eastern Conference Scene
Written by Frank Mazzola, Staff Writer
November 28, 2008

HIGHLIGHTS: Frank Mazzola takes a look at the NHL’s Eastern Conference and keeps you up to date on the latest developments.