New York Rangers Look To Get Back To Winning Ways In Montreal

Rangers must get back to winning ways against Canadiens

After a bad start the 2013-14 season, the New York Rangers have played much better as of late and have shown steady improvement. Despite having lost 3-2 to the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night, the Rangers’ record in their […]

Patrick Roy Leads Hot Colorado Avalanche Against Familiar Foe

Patrick Roy coaches against the Canadiens

In the summer of 2012, as the Montreal Canadiens were making sweeping changes in terms of general manager and head coach after a disastrous 2011-12 season, many Canadiens fans were hoping that Patrick Roy, a man who helped lead the […]

Michael Bournival Adds To Youth Movement For Montreal Canadiens

Michael Bournival stepping up

Under the stewardship of Marc Bergevin as GM and Michel Therrien as head coach, the Montreal Canadiens have been lead in a big way by young players who have stepped up and risen to the challenge. Established young guns like […]

Montreal Canadiens Look To Get Back To Winning Ways Against Anaheim Ducks

Canadiens look to get back to winning ways against Ducks

The Montreal Canadiens have had a good start to the season as they have been able to weather ineffective play and the loss of Max Pacioretty to injury. In the first seven games of the season, the Candiens were 5-2-0 with […]

Predicting New York Rangers’ Final 2013-14 Regular Season Record

Predicting the Rangers 2013-14 record

Big things were expected from the 2012-13 New York Rangers who went into the lockout-shortened season as the pick to win the Stanley Cup. Yet, the season turned out to be more of a major disappointment for the Rangers and […]

Predicting Montreal Canadiens’ Final 2013-14 Regular Season Record

Predicting Canadiens 2013-14 record

In what was suppose to be a rebuilding season for the Montreal Canadiens in a lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, the Canadiens with first-year coach Michel Therrien surprised many and including probably themselves by winning the now defunct Northeast Division, and being […]

Montreal Canadiens Taking The Right Approach To Free Agency

Marc Bergevin Montreal Canadiens

Free agency gives teams the opportunity to strengthen their squads and sign that missing piece or two that will help take the team to the next level. At the same time, free agency can also represent a place to see […]

Vincent Lecavalier A Very Good Option For The Montreal Canadiens

Vincent Lecavaller

So far in the NHL, several players have been notified or will be notified that they will be bought out by their respective teams as part of the salary cap compliance rules. On Thursday, Vincent Lecavalier was bought out by […]

Why This Non-Chicago Blackhawks Fan Is Happy They Won The Stanley Cup

Chicago Blackhawks Win Stanley Cup

Full disclosure: I am not a fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, although I could have been mistaken for one during the finals. Actually, my NHL allegiances are split between the New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens. That said, my attitude […]

Braden Holtby Shines as Washington Capitals Win Game 5 in OT

Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby (70) records a save on the shot by New York Rangers right wing Derek Dorsett (15) in game five of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Verizon Center

In Games 3 and 4, it appeared as if Braden Holtby had lost some of the aura he showed as he only gave up a goal in Games 1 and 2 of the series for the Washington Capitals. Like his […]

Alain Vigneault will be Dismissed as Vancouver Canucks Lose in a Sweep

Alain Vigneault - Vancouver Canucks

As soon as the game winning overtime goal by the Patrick Marleau was scored that eliminated the Vancouver Canucks from the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs in a four game sweep by the San Jose Sharks, the question of whether or […]

Montreal Canadiens sqaunder 2-0 lead and lose to Ottawa Senators in OT

Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson (65) controls the puck as Montreal Canadiens defenseman Francis Bouillon (55) moves in during the first period in game four of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs at Scotiabank Place

Coming into Game 4 on Tuesday night and down two games to one in the series, the Montreal Canadiens had no choice but to play better than they did in Game 3, which they lost 6-1 to the Ottawa Senators. […]