RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Montreal Canadiens

A collection of news and information related to Montreal Canadiens published by this site and its partners.

Top Montreal Canadiens Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • Making case for Crawford as elite goalie

    Making case for Crawford as elite goalie
    Corey Crawford is getting hosed. It might not bother him, but it bugs me. Crawford is proving he’s an elite goalie, and people need to wake up, especially national people. The Blackhawks just reached the Western Conference finals because of a...
  • To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap

    To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap
    Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi knew his team needed a productive left wing in order to go far this season and he knew Columbus winger Marian Gaborik might be available, but Lombardi had season-long salary cap problems and Gaborik's salary was $7.5...
  • Kings' scouting and development system is key to recent run of success

    Kings' scouting and development system is key to recent run of success
    A couple of Michael Futa's buddies had talked up a kid they'd coached who was a natural scorer despite being a poor skater, so Futa, then the general manager of Owen Sound of the Ontario Hockey League, wanted to see the kid for himself. "He was...
  • Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright

    Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright
    SOCHI, Russia — Aw, Canada. It's hard to work up any sort of serious dislike for those quaint neighbors living in America's attic, but this hockey thing is getting ridiculous. Twice during a 24-hour period at the appropriately named Bolshoy...
  • Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens

    Drama Making For Great Series Between Rangers, Canadiens
    NEW YORK —You get the feeling that if they all had broken jaws like Derek Stepan, they'd still be yapping. They'd still find a way to curse each other out and keep skating. Drama in the NHL playoffs arrives in many ways and in various languages....
  • Lundqvist Shows Why He's The King

    Lundqvist Shows Why He's The King
    NEW YORK — He wasn't going to let in a goal. Not on this glorious night. No way. No how. After what happened in Montreal two nights earlier, after Henrik Lundqvist was pulled in the second period by coach Alain Vigneault, the last guy the...
  • Feds deserve to lose the Derrick Smith trial

    Feds deserve to lose the Derrick Smith trial
    As I follow the coverage of the ongoing federal corruption trial of state Rep. Derrick Smith, D-Chicago, one word keeps coming to mind: Really? With all the venal, ethically greasy pols and bureaucrats slithering through our state and local halls of...
  • 10 free agents for Blackhawks

    10 free agents for Blackhawks
    I don’t know what the Blackhawks are going to do in free agency to fix their blown chance at another Stanley Cup, but because I’m a pleaser, not a teaser, I’m here to help with a list of 10 (mostly) unrestricted free agents: 1....
  • Let It Be About Hockey, Not Racism

    Let It Be About Hockey, Not Racism
    BOSTON — The puck is black, the ice is white and, by the grace of all that is good, both are color-blind. The game and its players are not to be blamed for what happened to P.K. Subban in a world in which 140 characters can unleash such a lack...
  • Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright

    Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright
    SOCHI, Russia — Aw, Canada. It's hard to work up any sort of serious dislike for those quaint neighbors living in America's attic, but this hockey thing is getting ridiculous. Twice during a 24-hour period at the appropriately named Bolshoy...
  • Kings make one of the few big deals on NHL trade deadline day

    The prevailing winds shifted within the NHL when the high-spending, short-term-thinking New York Rangers declined to overpay winger Ryan Callahan or give him the leverage of a no-trade clause and traded him to Tampa Bay for 38-year-old Martin St. Louis....