1. Hockey Night in Canada Loses its Song

    The infamous Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) theme song is thankfully still going to be a part of Canadian hockey (via TSN and RDS). But you will not hear the song where it has belonged for over 40 years...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 324 reads 1 comments

  2. CFL: Roughrider Fans Set Record

    In the CFL, you will find passionate, die-hard fans who will do anything to cheer on their favourite team. The craziest of them all, without a question, are those who love the Saskatchewan Roughriders...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 1,022 reads 9 comments

  3. NHL Season Just Right

    Here is a question I have for all NHL fans: Is the length of the season (including playoffs) in need of an increase, a decrease, or no change at all? I have heard arguments ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 355 reads 5 comments

  4. Open-Mic: Racism a Real Issue in CFL

    Racism is an apparent issue for any sport, but it doesn’t seem to get enough attention when involving the Canadian Football League. Comparing the CFL to the National Football League, the CFL is smaller in all ways...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 1,041 reads 19 comments

  5. NHL/IIHF Agreement to Expire; Potential Disaster Looms

    The current contract between the National Hockey League and the International Ice Hockey Federation is due to expire on June 15...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 314 reads 0 comments

  6. Open-Mic: NHL Referees the Toughest of Their Kind

    Of all shapes and kinds come the stripes; if not the referees of hockey, basketball, and football, then the umpires of baseball...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 388 reads 0 comments

  7. Andrei Kostitsyn Must Stay with Canadiens

    Of all restricted free agents (RFAs) and unrestricted free agents (UFAs) on the current Montreal Canadiens roster Andrei Kostitsyn is the most valuable. Kostitsyn can nil afford, at least from Montreal's perspective, to test the free agency market...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 586 reads 5 comments

  8. Current Canadiens Roster Likely to Succeed Again

    The Montreal Canadiens may have been eliminated in the second round during the 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but as much as it is saddening, it is exciting...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 564 reads 8 comments

  9. Farewell to the 2007-2008 Montreal Canadiens

    Saturday, May 3, 2008 was, unfortunately, the final game of the season for the Montreal Canadiens, as the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Habs 6-4 in Game 5...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 560 reads 4 comments

  10. Toronto Blue Jays Lacking Offense

    The Toronto Blue Jays are falling into a tendency of going on a streak of wins, only to be followed by a long stretch of losses. Though this time around, it is not the closers who are causing them the problems, it's a major lack of offense...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 380 reads 1 comments

  11. Canadiens-Flyers : Shaping Up to Be Good Serie

    The Eastern Conference Semi-finals between Montreal and Philadelphia is turning out to be a series that hockey fans love the most: Fast-paced, hard-hitting, and rough, including tough fans and unbelievable goals and saves...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 499 reads 0 comments

  12. Preview: Montreal Canadiens vs. Philadelphia Flyers

    Tomorrow night is when Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs begins. In the Eastern Conference semi-finals the majority of people will be focusing on one series - Montreal vs. Philadelphia...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 264 reads 3 comments

  13. MLB: Canadian Television Must Not Forget about the Blue Jays

    With the 2008 Major League Baseball season now in full swing, I have a bit of a beef to get off my chest. While I have not had much time to tune in to any Toronto Blue Jays games, I try to keep abreast of the latest scores...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 695 reads 2 comments

  14. Canadiens Pull Off Game 7 Victory Over Boston

    The Montreal Canadiens did exactly what they needed to do - win Game 7 of the Habs-Bruins series and secure a spot into the second round with a final score of 5-0...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 253 reads 2 comments

  15. Canadiens-Bruins: These Are Nervous Moments for Montreal

    Tomorrow night is do or die. It will be Monday, April 21, 2008 - the date that decides whether either Montreal or Boston is sent home in disappointment, while the other moves one step closer to the Stanley Cup...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 691 reads 7 comments

  16. Canadiens-Bruins Game 5: Why the Big Deal over Carey Price?

    There seems to be a huge deal over Game 5 of the Habs and Bruins series last night (April 17, 2008). Most people are in a big panic about what's wrong with Carey Price. The only real problem is why everyone thinks this is the end of the world...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 1,267 reads 7 comments

  17. Alexei Kovalev: Conn Smythe Worthy

    When looking at this year's success of the Montreal Canadiens most would chose G Carey Price as a perfect Conn Smythe candidate. The 20-year-old has the reminiscence of Patrick Roy and Ken Dryden written all over him...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 942 reads 1 comments

  18. Habs-Bruins: A Classic Matchup

    There is nothing like members of the original six battling it out for a chance to be the ultimate champions and capture the beloved Stanley Cup. This Eastern Conference quarterfinals between Montreal and Boston will not disappoint...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 643 reads 2 comments

  19. Saku Koivu Injured...What Next for Canadiens?

    For some reason, it seems that when the Montreal Canadiens have a remarkable season that only the diehard fans could see coming, the injuries manage to plague them in the post-season...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 1,451 reads 4 comments

  20. Montreal Canadiens En Route to Stanley Cup?

    The question floating around right now is one with no simple answer - Who's going to win the Stanley Cup, and will that team be the Montreal Canadiens? The Canadiens will likely close out ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 964 reads 3 comments

  21. NHL Playoff Predictions - Eastern Conference

    The NHL 2007-'08 Playoffs are exactly five weeks away, and it is still possible for anything to happen—many upsets can occur, and the underdogs still can make their moves...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 2,503 reads 5 comments

  22. Saku Koivu: A True Leader

    Saku Koivu is still being talked about for his supposed insult by not speaking French during a Montreal game, and it becomes more aggravating each time I hear about it...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 1,216 reads 2 comments

  23. "By the Numbers" an Excellent Read for Any Hockey Fan

    I recently purchased a copy of Scott Morrison's book entitled By the Numbers: From 00 to 99. It is extremely well written, and the comments from some of hockey's most famous analysts, such as Don Cherry, make it even more touching...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 634 reads 0 comments

  24. Youth of the Canadiens: Montreal's Next Dynasty Working Their Way Up?

    Everyone in the NHL always says: Give rookies and sophomores the chance to play, and let the veterans coach them along the way as to what is right or wrong. The Montreal Canadiens have been doing just that...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 6 years ago 563 reads 2 comments