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Op-Ed: The 5 dumbest moves made by the old Winnipeg Jets

Winnipeg - The original Winnipeg Jets had very little success. The glory days of the WHA were replaced by years of futility. The Jets had some success in the mid 80s,with Dale Hawerchuk but bad personnel decisions played a part in the move to Phoenix in 1996.

Op-Ed: Montreal's George Hainsworth: The forgotten great

Montreal - He played for a franchise that arguably has the greatest goaltending in the history of the NHL. While legends like Roy, Dryden, and Plante get the glory, one old time Montreal Canadien gets little to no recognition.

Op-Ed: Multiple teams of NHL's Atlantic division are on the upswing

Over the last few years, numerous Atlantic division teams have populated the bottom of the NHL's standings. Let's take a look at the summer moves they made to change that.

Henrik Lundqvist ties Ranger playoff win record, adds assist

For Henrik Lundqvist the highlight of Sunday night's game 4 between his New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens was the 3-2 overtime win that gave his club a 3-1 series lead. That leaves the goalie and his team a win away from the Stanley Cup final.

Op-Ed: Brandon Prust being blamed for Carcillo suspension — wrongly

The NHL opinion-du-jour seems to be that Brandon Prust is at fault for Daniel Carcillo abusing a linesman and getting a ten-game suspension. It's loopy but it's been repeated by paid commenters and by the ones who offer opinions on stories online.

Op-Ed: Canadiens coach Therrien risks series loss with Dustin Tokarski

Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien has been around long enough that he should know there is no road to the Stanley Cup final that includes starting Dustin Tokarski again. Tokarski was mediocre at best in Game 2 and won't get any better.

Op-Ed: The NHL should suspend Milan Lucic

You can get the lowdown (in words and video) on how Boston's Milan Lucic handled himself after the Montreal Canadiens eliminated the Bruins from the NHL Playoffs Wednesday night ...

Bruins' Milan Lucic allegedly threatens Weise after loss

The Montreal Canadiens' game 7 win over arch-rival Boston Bruins is the biggest NHL story of last night, but Bruin winger Milan Lucic also hit the news. In the hand-shake line-up after it was over, Lucic, allegedly, threatened Dale Weise.

Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers to continue playoff history

The Montreal Canadiens' 3-1 win over the Bruins in Boston in game 7 of their second round series sends them up against the New York Rangers to fight for the right to play in the Stanley Cup final. The two clubs have met in the postseason 14 times.

Op-Ed: P.K. Subban has more heart than entire Maple Leafs organization

What will the Leafs do if the Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup? The discrepancy between the Leafs and Habs speaks volumes to Toronto's perpetual patheticism (my word).

Montreal Canadiens sign veteran defenceman Douglas Murray

The Montreal Canadiens announced today the signing of big defenceman Douglas Murray. Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin has signed Murray to a one-year deal at $1.5 million per.

NHL News and Rumors: Canadiens looking to add Damien Brunner?

Montreal - Montreal was one of the better NHL teams in the league last season, finishing second overall in the Eastern Conference, but the Canadiens could use more depth and offensive talent to compete with the likes of Chicago and Boston.

NHL News and Rumors: Jaromir Jagr to Montreal Canadiens?

Montreal - Jaromir Jagr is entering the last couple years of his NHL career, but despite being 41 years of age, the veteran winger is a force on the offensive end of the ice and teams like the Montreal Canadiens could use his scoring in the upcoming hockey season.

Maple Leafs-Canadiens series on hold, awaits Bruins game Sunday

Fans in Montreal and Toronto, and in Canada, waiting for a first-round NHL playoff match-up between the Canadiens and Maple Leafs will have to wait a little longer. With Montreal's win over Toronto Saturday things are on hold.

NHL: Senators end Canadiens streak

The Ottawa Senators improved their record to 5-1-1 after handing the Montreal Canadiens their first loss since the opening night of the season, 5-1 at Scotiabank Place.

Op-Ed: Home is where the heart is; Saturday still Hockey Night in Canada

The 60th season of Hockey Night in Canada launched with a record-breaking average of 3.3 million viewers for last Saturday’s Toronto-Montreal game, making it the most watched regular-season Prime East game ever on the network. Did anyone say 'boycott'?

Op-Ed: Canadian NHL playoff-bound teams in 2013 may again be just 2

Right from the get-go this 2013 NHL season will be a sprint. The absence of 34 games will naturally make the 48 games each team plays, all in some 99 days, all the more meaningful and that could lead to surprises, in standings and in individual races.

Players already on the move as NHL CBA nears expiry

With the NHL's collective bargaining agreement set to expire midnight Saturday, several players have reportedly made arrangements to join other teams - and in some cases, they'll be suiting up immediately.

Op-Ed: Maple Leafs and Les Canadiens each have poor off-seasons to date

For two hockey clubs considered flagship NHL franchises - can you still say that about the Leafs? - neither Toronto nor Montreal has done much this off-season to suggest a return to winning. Each added the ubiquitous 'depth' guys and that's about it.

Op-Ed: Why are Canadian NHL teams struggling so much to win the cup?

It has been almost 19 years since a Canadian team last won the Stanley Cup. The Montreal Canadiens were the most recent Canadian team to bring Lord Stanley's trophy on Canadian soil. Why does this slump seem never ending?

45-year anniversary of last Maple Leaf Cup win sad day in Toronto

Toronto - May 2, 1967 is a long time ago for anybody, but for fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs it must feel like an eternity. For that is the date of the last Stanley Cup win for the Leafs, the longest current drought in the NHL.

New Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin paid his NHL dues

Montreal - A guy who's paid his dues in the NHL as a player, scout, asst. coach and asst.general manager, Marc Bergevin has been named the GM of the Montreal Canadiens. The Canadiens made the announcement on Wednesday, May 2.

Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs end sad-sack seasons

The Montreal Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-1 on April 7 as the each finished disappointing seasons. There was some spirit in the game but it was hardly a classic as both franchises head into the off-season with numerous question marks.

Canadiens, Leafs to battle, one plays for pride, one for playoffs

The Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs don't need any added motivation when playing one another but on Saturday they'll have it. For Toronto, their season is on the line, while for Montreal, well, Toronto's season is on the line.

Canada could support nine National Hockey League teams

Ottawa - The future of the National Hockey League in Canada could easily include another two franchises, according to a study released on Thursday.

NHL: Leafs shutout by Rangers at home Special

Toronto - After sweeping a four-game home stand and reeling off consecutive victories the Toronto Maple Leafs lost back-to-back games to New York state rivals in as many nights.

NHL: Bozak breaks goalless drought in Leafs win over Canadiens

One of the themes of the Toronto Maple Leafs season has been the team's battle with inconsistencies. Prior to the rise of James Reimer the Leafs battled with inconsistent performances in goal from J.S Giguere (11-10-3) and Jonas Gustavsson (6-13-2).

NHL: Flames Topple Canadiens in Heritage Classic

Black paint, fedoras and even Jacques Plante’s mask were all a part of tonight’s Tim Hortons Heritage Classic in Calgary as the Flames and Montreal Canadiens took the ice outside at McMahon Stadium (home of the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders).

Montreal fans fill streets after Canadiens win Game 7

Montreal - In what seems like an unlikely Cinderella story, the Montreal Canadiens have defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in a 5-2 victory and thousands of fans in the Montreal were celebrating their hockey heroes peacefully,but by midnight a riot broke out.

GM Gainey Convinces Kostitsyn To Return To AHL

For the second time in less than a month, forward Sergei Kostitsyn has been convinced to stay with the Hamilton Bulldogs.
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