Maxim Lamarche

#73D,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 218
Born:
Birth Place: Laval, Quebec
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: R
  • 'Stupid' NHL divisional playoff format is drawing criticism
    The Associated Press

    'Stupid' NHL divisional playoff format is drawing criticism

    In a cruel twist of the NHL's divisional playoff format, say goodbye to one of the three best teams in the league in the first round. ''I don't think it was designed for this,'' Columbus Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said. The Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins and Blue Jackets could finish 1-2-3 in points, but because they all play in the Metropolitan Division, the second- and third-place teams will face off in the first round.

  • Video: Josh Ho-Sang’s creativity gives Islanders a shot in the arm
    ProHockeyTalk2 hours ago

    Video: Josh Ho-Sang’s creativity gives Islanders a shot in the arm

    Honestly, after 10 games, the question shouldn’t be “can Josh Ho-Sang stick with the Islanders full-time?” Instead, the feeling is … what took so long for him to get this chance? For all the grumbling about Ho-Sang sporting number 66, he’s provided serious bursts of brilliance and creativity for the Islanders, whether he’s been supporting or even setting up John Tavares. The video above is some really good stuff, as it walks through his confident comments – and undeniable uncertainty – during the night he was drafted, all the way through him getting his chance with the Isles this season. Some of the best stuff comes from Doug Weight, who raves that Ho-Sang is a “five out of five” from an offensive

  • CSNNE.com

    Who stays and goes if Bruins miss playoffs again?

    The last two years have seen Felger and Mazz demand the Bruins fire people, so kudos to them for asking the same question now: Who stays and who goes if the Bruins miss the playoffs?  It was a pretty interesting conversation, even if a lot of it didn’t make sense. At any rate, it’s worth asking what will come of the likes of Don Sweeney, Cam Neely and Bruce Cassidy if this all goes to hell and the Bruins fall out of the playoffs for a third straight year.  The million-dollar question would surround Neely, whom the Jacobs obviously love. If he's moved out of his role as president -- either by being fired or being reassigned -- it would mean all bets are off for the other two. So let’s assume he