1. Montreal Canadiens: Serge Savard Reportedly Denies He Will Be New VP

    Serge Savard has reportedly denied the rumors that he will become the new vice president of hockey operations for the Montreal Canadiens ...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 2 years ago 457 reads 2 comments

  2. Montreal Impact Get Their First MLS Win Against Toronto FC

    It ended up being a lot harder than it should have been, but the Montreal Impact have finally won their first game in the MLS, with a 2-1 win over Toronto FC on Saturday. The Impact scored first in the 17th minute...

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  3. NHL Draft Lottery: The Montreal Canadiens Need the Second Pick

    The difference between the second and third pick overall could be a massive one for the Montreal Canadiens . The Habs have locked up last place in the Eastern conference and can’t finish any higher than 28th overall...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 2 years ago 3,153 reads 14 comments

  4. Montreal Canadiens GM Search: Vincent Damphousse Pulls out

    Vincent Damphousse has pulled himself out of the running to be the new general manager of the Montreal Canadiens ...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 2 years ago 524 reads 3 comments

  5. Montreal Canadiens: Serge Savard Opens the Door for Vincent Damphousse

    When Serge Savard was brought in to help choose the new general manager of the Montreal Canadiens , Vincent Damphousse’s name was immediately bounced around by the Montreal media...

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  6. Impact vs. Red Bulls: Thierry Henry Torches Impact

    The Montreal Impact ’s visit to Red Bull Arena was a tale of two halves. The Impact controlled the pace of the match for much of the first half. They dominated play in the midfield and looked to be well on their way to their first MLS win...

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  7. NHL Trade Deadline: Power Ranking the Top Oldies on the Market

    Trade deadline day in the NHL always brings with it important opportunities. The teams leading the standings obviously want to upgrade their rosters in time for the playoffs...

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  8. Montreal Canadiens: Habs Miss the Boat with Anthony Stewart

    Either through indecision or sheer incompetence, Montreal Canadiens GM Pierre Gauthier missed the boat on Tuesday...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about almost 3 years ago 3,563 reads 4 comments

  9. Montreal Canadiens: What Is the Future Tomas Plekanec?

    What is Tomas Plekanec ? Is Tomas Plekanec a top-line center capable of making the players around him better? Is he a high-end, second-line center that can produce a steady amount ...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about almost 3 years ago 2,137 reads 4 comments

  10. Chris Osgood: If They Had a Hall of Average...

    When Chris Osgood announced his retirement on Tuesday, hockey fans across North America began showering the veteran netminder with praise for his lengthy and successful career...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 1,174 reads 65 comments

  11. NHL Free Agent Rumors: Offer Sheets; Who Gets One and for How Much?

    Since the end of the lockout, a number of big name restricted free agents have received and signed offer sheets. Offering a contract to a restricted free agent is no small matter however...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 827 reads 1 comments

  12. NHL Power Rankings: The 5 Best Jerseys from Defunct NHL Teams

    The National Hockey League has been in constant flux since its inception nearly a century ago. Like most professional sports leagues, it's experienced the loss and/or relocation of a number of franchises...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 2,223 reads 4 comments

  13. 2011 NHL Playoffs: Full Report Cards for the Top 20 Superstars Still Alive

    The first two rounds of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs have simply been outstanding. We've had major upsets, breakout performances and big time disappointments...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 649 reads 10 comments

  14. Montreal Canadiens: 5 Players Who Do Not Fit on the 2011/2012 Roster

    Another year has ended prematurely for the Montreal Canadiens . Although many of the players are headed for the links, the work is far from over. General Manager Pierre Gauthier has a lot on his plate this summer...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 6,241 reads 5 comments

  15. Montreal Canadiens Off-Season Update: Jeff Halpern Not in the Plans

    According to Hockey30 , the Montreal Canadiens General Manager Pierre Gauthier informed Jeff Halpern that he would not be offered a new contract for the 2011-2012 season...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 2,149 reads 6 comments

  16. Montreal Canadiens Post-Mortem: The Series That Was Against the Boston Bruins

    That was a tough pill to swallow. The Canadiens came out flat footed in Game 7, and they paid for it. That was kind of a recurring theme throughout this series. The winner ended up being the team that made fewer mistakes...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 2,013 reads 3 comments

  17. 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs: The Toughest Players from the 8 Remaining Teams

    Toughness. We hear about it all the time in hockey. Toughness is one of the all-important attributes that are believed to be an essential ingredient to any successful team...

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  18. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: Mike Cammalleri Adjustment Forces Game 7

    Tuesday night's NHL Playoff contest between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens was definitely an emotional roller coaster. The Habs came out on top thanks to a crucial adjustment with Michael Cammalleri ...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 630 reads 28 comments

  19. Montreal Canadiens: 5 Reasons They Can Make the Stanley Cup Finals

    I know what you're thinking. The Canadiens are down 3-2 to the Bruins and this overzealous Habs fan is already thinking about the Stanley Cup Finals...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 1,341 reads 10 comments

  20. 2011 NHL Playoffs Canadiens vs. Bruins: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Game 4

    Well that was fun wasn't it? Three times the Montreal Canadiens had a lead on the Boston Bruins and three times they let it waste away...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 214 reads 1 comments

  21. NHL Power Rankings: The Top Support Players in the Game Today

    Goalscorers and playmakers tend to get all the attention when a team is winning. They're capable of impacting the game in a way that few players can...

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  22. Bruins vs. Canadiens: Jacques Martin Must Bench Benoit Pouliot

    Once again, Benoit Pouliot has proved that he is utterly devoid of hockey sense. With only four seconds left in the first period of Game 2, with his team trailing by two, Pouliot did something which he must have believed would ignite his team...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 744 reads 18 comments

  23. Mugs Only a Mother Could Love: Ranking the 10 Ugliest Players in Hockey

    Hockey players aren't exactly known for their dashing good looks. The game simply just doesn't allow for it...

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  24. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly After Two

    After two games in beantown, the Montreal Canadiens are up 2-0 on the rival Bruins. If you would have told a lot of pundits that this would be the score after two games, they would have laughed at you...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 426 reads 1 comments

  25. 2011 NHL off Season: Could Andrei Markov End Up with the Leafs?

    Let me preface this by saying that this, in no way, is an actual rumor. An interesting discussion took place on Montreal's Team 990 radio station last night about pending unrestricted free agent Andrei Markov ...

    Mark Della Posta Written by Mark Della Posta about over 3 years ago 5,148 reads 37 comments