Montreal Canadiens

6th Atlantic | 0-0
  • Goals For
    216 GF
  • Goals Against
    233 GA
  • Power Play %
    16.2 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.9 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    774 PIM
  • Is this the Montreal Canadiens' era of Michel Therrien?
    Eyes On The Prize

    Is this the Montreal Canadiens' era of Michel Therrien?

    Over their storied history, the Montreal Canadiens have moved through various eras of both glory and insignificance. Certain eras were marked by individuals whose names we never forget. What about this era of Canadiens hockey? Looking at past eras The 1940s saw the rise of a hockey myth, with Maurice Richard sweeping a city, province, and nation of Habs fans off their feet. The torch was then passed to Jean Béliveau, who carried it valiantly during his eighteen-year career with Les Glorieux, "Le Gros Bill" guiding the team to ten Stanley Cup victories. The next generation saw the likes of Guy Lafleur, Ken Dryden, and Larry Robinson carry on the dynastic tradition established by their predecessors,

  • Two to Tango
    Raw Charge

    Two to Tango

    Ben Bishop is the best goalie the Tampa Bay Lightning have ever had suit up for them.  Bishop will likely not be wearing a Tampa Bay uniform when the 2017-18 season kicks off. There isn't much arguing those two statements. Every since Steven Stamkos decided to keep his talents in Tampa, speculation has run rampant on what the impact would be to the team. The organization has been able to keep their players so far. Victor Hedman squashed any chance of him leaving by signing an extension immediately as the window for him to do so opened.  Alex Killorn declined arbitration in exchange for many truck loads of money (a Harvard Man sound decision). Unfortunately, there are still many, many loose ends