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By: Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci) The New Jersey Devils look to go 4-0 tonight as they prepare to faceoff against the Montreal Canadiens. While the Habs finished dead last in the Eastern Conference last season, it’s always a monumental challenge to play a game at the Bell Centre in front of one of the most passionate [...]
2010 Stanley Cup \ Andrei Kostitsyn \ Braydon Coburn \ Brian Gionta \ Chris Pronger \ Eastern Conference Finals \ Hal Gill \ Jaroslav Halak \ Kimmo Timonen \ Matt Carle \ Maxim Lapierre \ Michael Cammalleri \ Montreal Canadiens \ NHL Playoffs \ P.K. Subban \ Scott Gomez \ Tomas Plekanec \ Travis Moen
It’s a familiar situation for the Montreal Canadiens who enter tonight’s must win to stave off elimination game five from the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, PA. They’ve been down but not out two times already in these 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs. It all starts win one man. For as good as Jaroslav Halak was during [...]
Andrei Markov \ Brian Gionta \ Chris Pronger \ Dominic Moore \ Jaroslav Halak \ Marc-Andre Bergeron \ Marian Gaborik \ Maxim Lapierre \ Michael Cammalleri \ Michael Leighton \ Montreal Canadiens \ P.K. Subban \ Philadelphia Flyers \ Scott Gomez \ Simon Gagne \ Tom Pyatt
The Montreal Canadiens have made this series interesting with a crucial game three victory in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Atlanta Thrashers \ Blair Betts \ Brian Gionta \ Colorado Avalanche \ Craig Anderson \ Free Agent \ July 1st \ Marian Gaborik \ Martin Havlat \ Maxim Afinogenov \ Michael Cammellari \ Mikael Samuelsson \ Mike Knuble \ Montreal Canadiens \ National Hockey League \ New York Rangers \ NHL Free Agency \ Nik Antropov \ Philadelphia Flyers \ Prospects \ RFA \ Tomas Vokoun \ UFA \ Vaclav Prospal \ Vancouver Canucks \ Washington Capitals
Anthony Curatolo takes a look at the better free agent signings from the off-season and who he feels tops the list.