Archive for October, 2010
With all the excitement centred around the NHL Faceoff (and coming with it, of course, the NHL Centre Ice free preview enjoyed by many of your resident All Habs bloggers, which is no doubt my favourite part of the weekend), the AHL season kicked off as well. However, disappointment ensued with the realization that the Hamilton Bulldogs are only slated to play their first game this Friday, October 15th. Continue reading
The puck finally dropped this past Wednesday to kick-off (or is it skate off?) the 2010-11 regular season schedule, and already, we’ve been treated to some exceptional hockey. Continue reading
If you are a Habs fan, better still a Carey Price fan, it was a very good night. Price was otherwordly in the Canadiens goal, making 36 saves. Several left Penguins snipers celebrating prematurely or shaking their heads as they exited the playing surface. Continue reading
In case you didn’t know, but I’m hoping you did, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well as the first month of the NHL season. It’s perfectly appropriate timing, then, that the NHL rolls out its Hockey Fights Cancer merchandise at the beginning of this month. Continue reading
The new NHL season is just underway, yet Bob Gainey still hasn’t received the credit he deserves for last season’s work.
Despite Pierre Gauthier being named the new general manager of the Montreal Canadiens last February, Gainey’s fingerprints remain all over the bleu, blanc, et rouge, and will continue to for some time. Continue reading
Has the season started yet?
It seemed so. The Leafs trotted out their alumni, even someone who had played one full season in Toronto. In a touching video, with stops in each province, tears from Leaf fans since 1967 were gathered and used to flood the Air Canada Center ice. Continue reading
The NHL has announced their new collaboration with legendary comic book writer Stan Lee to help bring his lastest concept, The Guardian Project, to life. This hockey-centric series will feature 30 superheroes, one representing each NHL team. This sure-to-be-colourful cast of characters will … Continue reading
The Montreal Canadiens were the last Canadian-based NHL team to win the Stanley Cup in 1993, and according to Canadians, the Habs stand the best chance at hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup in our home and native land by 2013. Continue reading
Hi, favourite team,
You probably had a little trouble waking up this morning, what with the excitement of the first day of school and all. Also, you were probably out partying last night. Continue reading
mercredi, 06.10.2010 / 15 h 20 / Canadiens de Montréal – Nouvelles canadiens.com COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE MONTRÉAL –Le Club de hockey Canadien a annoncé mercredi que le gardien Curtis Sanford, les attaquants Ben Maxwell et Ryan White, ainsi que les … Continue reading