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

November 15th, 2010
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. I thought it would be a good time to do a little preview as to who we will see bringing home the hardware at the NHL's annual ...

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

November 12th, 2010
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. It's actually the same reason why they had such a deep ...

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

December 12th, 2009
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. The Olympics are just 62 days away and still there is no talk of Cammalleri on the Canadian ...

Credit Guy Boucher for Some of the Montreal Canadiens’ Recent Success

December 9th, 2009
Guy Boucher, the Hamilton Bulldogs Head Coach, has his 'Dogs sitting pretty in fourth place of the American Hockey League's Western Conference. He's also led to the rapid development of a few of his now former players who are holding down roster spots on the Montreal Canadiens. The rapid and unexpected ...

Patrick Roy’s Personal “Faults”, Were His Success

December 7th, 2009
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. It may have also been something that many Canadiens ...