1. 2011 NHL Draft Review: Why the Ottawa Senators Won Big in Minnesota

    As the 2011 edition of the NHL Entry Draft has come to an end there is one team that really beat out the rest of the league this weekend and that would be the Ottawa Senators...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 3 years ago 1,673 reads 1 comments

  2. Olivier Archambault: Montreal Canadiens' 2011 NHL Draft Review

    Of all the names that Pierre Gauthier called out as a Montreal Canadiens draft pick this past weekend, only two of them were not blueliners and their first forward pick may have been the Canadiens' best value pick of the draft...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 3 years ago 1,184 reads 5 comments

  3. Montreal Canadiens Let Go Benoit Pouliot, Among Other RFA's

    The NHL deadline for offering qualifying offers to restricted free agents (RFA) was 5:00PM EST. Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier made a few key decisions that have drastically altered the Canadiens lineup for the 2011-2012 season...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 3 years ago 1,233 reads 3 comments

  4. Nathan Beaulieu: Montreal Canadiens' 2011 NHL Draft Review

    The Montreal Canadiens held the 17th overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Pierre Gauthier had announced before the draft that he would not pick based on organizational need, ...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 3 years ago 1,421 reads 4 comments

  5. NHL 2011 Fearless Award Predictions, Part 1 of 5: Calder Memorial Trophy

    The NHL season is just under a quarter of the way finished, with the majority of the teams across the league having played 18 games...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about almost 4 years ago 1,170 reads 5 comments

  6. Mike Milbury: 5 Reasons The Former Islanders GM Is The Worst in League History

    These are the greatest trades from the greatest general manager the Islanders wish they never hired (Here he is welcoming his newest star players, he traded away the Coliseum Zambonis for China's best 10-year-old prospects)...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about almost 4 years ago 8,070 reads 3 comments

  7. 2011 Montreal Canadiens: Why Jacques Martin Deserves Credit for Teams Success

    The Montreal Canadiens are off to a surprising start for most, almost as surprising as their conference final finish last season. There are many reasons as to why they are sitting atop their division and tied for fourth in the league...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about almost 4 years ago 344 reads 0 comments

  8. Michael Cammalleri: Why Canada Is Wrong To Overlook the Canadiens Forward

    Michael Cammalleri may not be the tallest player in the NHL, measuring in at just 5'9" and 182 pounds, so it may be easy to "overlook" him, but you cannot miss his statistics...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about over 4 years ago 993 reads 4 comments

  9. Credit Guy Boucher for Some of the Montreal Canadiens' Recent Success

    Guy Boucher, the Hamilton Bulldogs Head Coach, has his 'Dogs sitting pretty in fourth place of the American Hockey League's Western Conference...

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  10. Patrick Roy's Personal "Faults", Were His Success

    Undoubtedly the best goaltender to ever wear the CH was on hand last night for the Canadiens centennial celebration. It was something that no Canadiens fan could ever imagine seeing again, Patrick Roy suited up for a game wearing the CH...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about over 4 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  11. Let Bob Gainey Do His Job, Montreal

    If you live in Montreal you know what I am talking about when I say that anyone can do better than Bob Gainey. Whoever you talk to would do this or that, trade this player for that, and hire this coach and fire that one...

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  12. The King Is Home

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  13. Sean Avery: The NHL's Most Idiotic Player

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  14. Montreal Canadiens Off-Season Update

    The NHL 2008-2009 regular season is slowly creeping up on the 30 GM's around the league. So I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at the moves that Montreal Canadiens GM has made up to this point...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 6 years ago 738 reads 2 comments

  15. NHL: Top Three Western Conference Teams to Watch Out For

    1. Detroit Red Wings The Detroit Red Wings won the Presidents' Trophy again, meaning that for the second year in a row, the Wings owned the regular season...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 6 years ago 817 reads 8 comments

  16. Bob Gainey the New King of Montreal

    In 2004, Bob Gainey picked up superstar Alexei Kovalev from the New York Rangers for Josef Balej and a second-round pick...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 6 years ago 1,031 reads 6 comments

  17. Eastern Conference NHL: Top Three Teams to Watch Out for Next Season

    #1 Pittsburgh Penguins The Pittsburgh Penguins moved up one spot in the Eastern Conference this season going from third place in 06-07 to second place in 07-08. They did this even though they finished the season with three points less this past season..

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about 6 years ago 1,106 reads 7 comments

  18. No Mystery Why Nicklas Backstrom Won Calder Memorial Trophy

    When the Washington Capitals picked Swedish center Nicklas Backstrom fourth overall in the 2006 NHL entry draft, they knew that they were getting a skilled playmaker who would fit perfectly with All-Star Alexander Ovechkin...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about over 6 years ago 1,228 reads 5 comments

  19. San Jose Sharks: Evgeni Nabokov Wins The Vezina Trophy

    This year's winner of the Vezina Trophy is Evgeni Nabokov. When the San Jose Sharks sent Vesa Toskala to Toronto for the No. 13 overall pick in last year's NHL entry draft, they showed they believed Evgeni could become a star in the NHL...

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about over 6 years ago 1,281 reads 0 comments

  20. Detroit Red Wings: Nicklas Lidstrom Wins Norris Trophy

    This year's James Norris Memorial Trophy winner is Nicklas Lidstrom. The proficient Swede had another outstanding season, which by now should not surprise anyone...

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  21. Prediction: Alexander Ovechkin Wins The Hart Memorial Trophy

    This year's Hart Memorial trophy winner is Alexander Ovechkin. The Russian star was able to shell out a left winger record 65 goals and 112 points in 82 games. King Ovie also led the league in points, goals, powerplay goals, shots and game winning goals.

    Bradley Karp Written by Bradley Karp about over 6 years ago 863 reads 1 comments

  22. Penguins-Flyers: Flyers Fly High with Aerial Attack in Game Four

    The city of Brotherly Love is now flying high on the wings of their Flyers. In a pre-game interview, the Flyers Coach John Stevens, talked jokingly about using an aerial attack to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  23. Mike Komisarek: The NHL's Roughest and Toughest Defenceman

    Mike Komisarek, the Montreal Canadiens 6-foot-4, 240 pound defenceman has become the NHL's roughest and toughest player. He played 75 games this year, putting an end to his iron man streak of 196 games...

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  24. Montreal Canadiens: Alex Kovalev - NHL's Most Improved Player

    This NHL season gave us plenty to cheer about, from Alexander Ovechkin’s 65 goal campaign to the stellar play of young stars on teams like Chicago and Edmonton. It has also proved to us, that hard work can turnaround a career...

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  25. NHL's Young Stars Thrive on Chase for Cup and Leave Dollar Figures Behind

    Are the NHL’s young guns using the new Collective Bargaining Agreement to their full potential? The 2004-2005, season was cancelled in the NHL, leaving many NHL fans twiddling their thumbs on Saturday nights...

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