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Keys To The Series: Bruins versus Canadiens

10th
May. × ’14

We’re four games into the latest battle in a playoff war that stretches back to before the grandparents of several players on either side were born. We’ve seen one goaltender continue a career year, one defensemen further etch his name into league history, a call up redefine the series with a single shot, and a […]


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The Matchups: Lightning And Canadiens

16th
Apr. × ’14

At multiple points this season a matchup between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens was unthinkable. Carey Price was injured, Steven Stamkos was injured, and the teams downfalls were predicted at those points and others. Yet here we are, the oldest club in the NHL is facing off with a team that while significantly […]


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Canadiens Need One Thing

11th
Nov. × ’13

The Montreal Canadiens are only lacking one thing to keep them from being a top team in the NHL. They have a goaltender in Carey Price who is more than doing his part. A .929 sv% is more than many teams can hope for from their starter. Doing it in 15 of 18 games, which […]


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One Question: Its November Now

4th
Nov. × ’13

October is over, and with the close of the seasons inaugural month we can finally start to get a handle on which teams are for real and which are just pretenders. Anaheim Ducks: When will they turn one or more of their wealth of goaltenders in future assets or skater to improve them for the […]


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Game Lineups: Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins Roster notes

16th
Sep. × ’13

The Canadiens: Are clearly trying to get Carey Price into a rhythm early. In the last month of last season he edged away from the solid pace he’d set the first two thirds of the season. Douglas Murray, Jarred Tinordi, and Darren Dietz are all auditioning for defensive partners and call up priority. The forward […]


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Canadian Olympic Orientation Roster Surprises

22nd
Jul. × ’13

All of the surprises for the Canadian roster fall under the heading of either oh wow he’s still being considered or hmm, so they finally stopped snubbing him. In goal, there is no Martin Brodeur. The iconic New Jersey Devil’s goaltender isn’t a part of this team, and it probably comes as a limited surprise […]


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Best and Worst Summer Moves July 6 – 9

9th
Jul. × ’13

The NHL’s compressed schedule has led to a number of weird changes in how things are done. The all in one day marathon draft, free agency being pushed back four days, and of course the Stanley Cup being handed out later than in living memory. Worst Moves: Ottawa Senators: I’m not sure what was done […]


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Rask Rattling Or Already Rattled?

25th
Jun. × ’12

The most asked, least answered question in regards to the Boston Bruins moves in the last four months has to be: Why do we need another goalie? The answer to that may just be that the Bruins suits lack confidence in the twenty-five year old Finn. Why would they lack confidence in what the constellation […]


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NHL Draft: Montreal Canadiens

7th
Jun. × ’12

The Montreal Canadiens will enter the draft with few desperate needs. They had a horrible season that included chaos in the administration, coaching Non-Francophone-roulette, injuries galore and substandard performances from key players. Realistically though given the previous years performance, the growth of players like Paccioretty and Diaz going nuclear isn’t reasonable. The top need would […]


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