Merry Christmas!

His name is Noel, without umlaut, and this Florida Panthers striker is experiencing moments of joy, love and joy these days. “I feel so good,” simply summarized Noel Acciari, quoted on the website of his team, after completing Friday night a second hat trick in as many games. Inevitably, Acciari would immediately receive the best […]

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Nate Thompson, the quiet strength

The striker had a say in the last two triumphs of the Canadian The role of Nate Thompson may seem obliterated. Nevertheless, he is an important part of the team. Friday night, the way Kirk Muller congratulated him, to the sound of the siren, demonstrates it well. Since the beginning of the campaign, the testimonials of appreciation […]

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It’s over for Mike Babcock in Toronto!

The Maple Leafs fired their head coach Mike Babcock on Wednesday afternoon following their sixth straight loss, while Marlies head coach Sheldon Keefe officially takes over from behind the Toronto bench. “Today we made the decision to remove Mike Babcock from office. […] In the past five seasons, Mike has played a leading role in the […]

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QMJHL player suspended for ninth time

Mikaël Robidoux does not really learn from his mistakes, as the Shawinigan Cataractes forward was suspended indefinitely by the QMJHL on Wednesday. Robidoux is a notorious recidivist. He has already been suspended on eight other occasions during his career in the junior ranks. His last sanction was 15 matches.  This time, he is reproached for being defeated […]

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A year of truth for Bergevin

A decline would be unacceptable The Canadian raises the same issue as last year when training camp approached. Will there be series next spring? Except that the situation is not the same this year. After getting so close to the goal last season, the Habs must now reach it. It’s primordial. The fans were not too upset at the […]

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Long absence to foresee for Paul Byron?

Montreal Canadiens striker Paul Byron left Sunday’s game against the Edmonton Oilers, predicting a serious injury. Byron will have to pass medical tests on Monday.  Team head coach Claude Julien confirmed that Byron was not injured in the shoulder, but in the forearm. The latter could have been hit seriously by conceding a defeat of Matt […]

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Canadian wins shootout against Penguins

Paul Byron and Jonathan Drouin’s shootout goals helped the Montreal Canadiens beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 on Saturday night at the Bell Center. Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby were unable to defeat Antti Niemi in a shootout. The latter was particularly effective in the third period and in overtime, while the Penguins scored several scoring chances. […]

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The Maple Leafs win a crazy match

Morgan Rielly ended a crazy game in overtime, while the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Blackhawks 7-6 Sunday night in Chicago. Before reaching the extra period, both teams exchanged three goals in less than two minutes. Trailing 5-4, Patrick Kane tied the game for the first time, before Auston Matthews put the Canadian team back on […]

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Shea Weber is the new Canadian captain

The Montreal Canadiens’ management appointed defenseman Shea Weber as captain on Monday, making the veteran the 30th player in the organization’s history to claim the privilege. Weber succeeds Max Pacioretty, traded to the Golden Knights of Vegas. The back who will begin his 14th career campaign in the National League will be supported by Brendan Gallagher […]

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