Montreal Canadiens

5th 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
  • Dan Girardi isn’t worried about ‘doubters’
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    Dan Girardi isn’t worried about ‘doubters’

    Hopefully, for the sake of Dan Girardi‘s sanity, he doesn’t hear all of the heckling. The often-criticized New York Rangers defenseman is aware that he has plenty of critics, however, and hopes to bounce back in 2016-17. That doesn’t mean he necessarily loses sleep about it, as the New York Daily News reports. “I want to come out here and prove I can play,” Girardi said. “I know I’ve got a lot of doubters out there, but I’m not really worried about what’s getting said around here or anywhere else. I’m worried about myself, the team and what I can do to help the team. Just play the best I can and not worry about anything else.” In some quarters, Marc Staal also absorbs at least a portion of the

  • The New Guys: What Andrew Shaw will bring to the table for the Canadiens this season
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    The New Guys: What Andrew Shaw will bring to the table for the Canadiens this season

    Marc Bergevin made a big splash at the 2016 NHL Entry Draft when he traded away Lars Eller — the frequent target of trade rumours, but up to that point they were never more than that — and brought in Andrew Shaw in a simultaneous transaction. In an effort to learn more about the forward who has won two Stanley Cups, we reached out to Satchel Price of our SB Nation sister site Second City Hockey, and asked him a few questions about the former Chicago Blackhawks player. EOTP: For starters, if you could describe Andrew Shaw in a single word, what would it be? SCH: Feisty. What can you tell us about Shaw's rise through the team's ranks from draft to last season? I will say that the thing that always