Canadiens

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BERGEVIN RECEIVES NO SERIOUS OFFERS FOR SUBBAN – Impossible to Predict Canadiens First Round Draft Choice

So what did you expect?  Somehow Marc Bergevin was going to come out and announce a trade that involved P.K. Subban. Or maybe Bergevin was going to announce that there was absolutely no way, under any circumstance he was ever going to trade Subban.  Not going to happen.  You never completely close the door even

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MULLER RETURNS AND THE CANADIENS RUMOUR MILL GRINDS ON….AND ON……

We’re in hockey’s annual administrative dead-zone, the period of time between the end of the regular season and preparations for the entry draft followed closely by that week before July first when teams can talk to prospective unrestricted free agents. Anything you hear about the secretive Canadiens is strictly rumour and speculation  be yondthe announced

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Sep 15, 2013; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Montreal Canadiens left wing Martin Reway (89) during the warm-up session before the first period against Buffalo Sabres at Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports

MARTIN REWAY SIGNS WITH CANADIENS – REPUTATION PRECEDES HIM

It will now be up to Canadiens coaches to bring some emotional discipline to the hockey career of 21 year old Martin Reway. The Canadiens announced the signing of Reway to a three-year/two way entry level contract on Tuesday. If, or when he becomes a member of the Canadiens his annual salary cap hit including

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SWEDISH NEWSPAPER REPORT – Left Wing Artturi Lehkonen Signs Canadiens Entry Level Contract

The Stockholm newspaper Aftonbladet is reporting that Swedish playoff hero Artturi Lehkonen has signed a two year entry level contract with the Canadiens. There has been no official announcement from either the Canadiens or the Frölunda Indians, his Swedish National League team.  When asked about it by Sweden’s Sports Express publication, Lehkonen would neither confirm or deny the

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CANADIENS MULTIPLE DRAFT DAY OPTIONS – A Matter of Opinion and Need

Let’s start with this. Nobody, not even Canadiens Director of Amateur Scouting Trevor Timmins, knows who the Canadiens will select in the first round of next month’s NHL Entry Draft. Too many things can happen between Toronto’s first selection and Montreal’s assigned ninth draft position. Among the pitfalls, there are eight teams who will be

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Hockey-General News

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ICECAPS WRAP UP SEASON WITH A 2-1 WIN OVER HARTFORD SATURDAY

The St. John’s IceCaps completed their chaotic 2015-2016 season with a 2-1 win over the Hartford Wolfpack before a sellout crowd of 5,994 Saturday night at Mile One Centre in St. John’s. Rookie Tim Bozon broke the 1-1 tie with 2:19 remaining and goaltender Eddie Pasquale made a number of saves in the final 90

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ICECAPS LOSE TO HARTFORD 4-1 FRIDAY – Season Ends Saturday in St. John’s

The Hartford Wolfpack handed the St. John’s IceCaps a 4-1 defeat Friday night at Mile One Centre in St. John’s. It leaves the Canadiens top farm team with one game remaining in their season, the fifth in a row in which it has failed to make the Calder Cup playoffs. Jayson Megna led the New

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ICECAPS COMPLETE WEEKEND SWEEP OF UTICA WITH 7-1 SUNDAY WIN

The St. John’s IceCaps completed a two game home ice sweep of the Utica Comets with a 7-1 win Sunday afternoon at Mile One Centre. Charles Hudon led the way with two goals and an assist. Also scoring for St. John’s were Morgan Ellis, Mike McCarron, Nikita Scherbak, Jacob de la Rose and Tim Bozon.

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ICECAPS SHUT OUT SATURDAY – Lehigh Valley-4 St. John’s-0

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms scored three goals on their first six shots on Ben Scrivens and skated to a 4-0 win over the IceCaps Saturday night in St. John’s. Scrivens was making his first start since clearing waivers from the Canadiens earlier in the week. Reece Wilcox, Tim Brent and Colin MacDonald scored the first

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ICECAPS LOSE THIRD STRAIGHT FRIDAY – Lehigh Valley-4 St. John’s-1

The St. John’s IceCaps lost a 4-1 decision to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Friday night all but erasing their faint hopes for a berth in the 2016 Calder Cup playoffs. Taylor Leier, Adam Comrie, Robert Hagg and Steve Swavely scored for the Philadelphia Flyers affiliate. SPalwavely’s goal was scored into the empty IceCaps net. Tim

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ICECAPS LOSE IN TORONTO SATURDAY – Playoff Hopes All But Gone

Led by two goals from Josh Leivo and a four point game from defenseman T.J. Brennan, the Toronto Marlies drove another nail in the St. John’s IceCaps hopes for a berth in the Calder Cup playoffs with a 5-3 win Saturday afternoon at the Air Canada Centre. The Marlies scored three goals on the Marlies

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ICECAPS SURVIVE SECOND STRAIGHT ROCHESTER COMEBACK ATTEMPT FRIDAY

The St. John’s IceCaps survived another third period blitz by the Rochester Americans to skate away with a 5-3 win Friday night at Rochester. The victory ended a three game St. John’s losing streak and kept their very faint playoff hopes alive. Max Friberg scored early in the third period to give St. John’s a

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ICECAPS BLOW 5-1 THIRD PERIOD LEAD – LOSE 6-5 AT ROCHESTER

The Rochester Americans stormed back with five unanswered goals in the final 12 minutes of the game to edge the IceCaps 6-5 and all but doom St. John’s hopes for a berth in the 2016 Calder Cup playoffs. Morgan Ellis had scored an unassisted goal at 4:19 of the third period to give St. John’s

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