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An Alternate Take on the Subban Trade

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An Alternate Take on the Subban Trade

        It has been nearly three weeks since news broke that defenceman PK Subban had been traded away from the Montreal Canadiens. A move that many speculated was coming, but nobody truly thought would come to fruition. Nobody should be surprised though that Subban, who has always thrived in the spotlight, is […]

Pacioretty Leaves Game After Taking A Puck To The Face

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Pacioretty Leaves Game After Taking A Puck To The Face

By: Lucas Percy (@LPercy15) You probably thought the plight of the Montreal Canadiens couldn’t get any worse. You were wrong! Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty exited his team’s Tuesday game against the Columbus Blue Jackets midway through the second period after taking a P.K. Subban slapshot to the face.  Pacioretty fell to the ice, and left for the locker room after a few moments. […]

Leading the Way: An Interview With Michigan Captain Mac Bennett

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Leading the Way: An Interview With Michigan Captain Mac Bennett

By David Malinowski (@dmmm14) In front of the Michigan bench at Yost Ice Arena is a block M surrounded by the following statistics: “Nine National Championships, 87 all-Americans, 28 conference championships, 92 years of hockey.” Each and every game, a squad of twenty five dresses to play a game that has history on its shoulders. The […]

University of Michigan Hockey Season Preview 2013-14: Wolverines Enter the Big 10

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University of Michigan Hockey Season Preview 2013-14: Wolverines Enter the Big 10

  By David Malinowski (@dmmm14) Take the University of Michigan hockey’s historic program, one of the most storied venues, some of the most passionate fans, a brand new athletic conference, a potentially scared opponent, and you get a typical game with members of the maize and blue fan club. Hockey season is officially open in […]

Montreal Canadiens: Transition Year For Habs Raises Roster Questions

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Montreal Canadiens: Transition Year For Habs Raises Roster Questions

By Matthew Macaskill (@Habsology) If the preseason has indicated anything, it’s that the future of the Montreal Canadiens is not that far from present. Veterans entering the twilight of their career find themselves more frequently checking their rear-view, where objects in the mirror are closer than they appear. The new season will be one of […]

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Montreal Canadiens- The First Annual The Hockey Guys Draft Party

You hear a faint humming sound coming from outside two large wooden doors; you approach the doors slowly, and an overwhelming wave crashes upon you as you open the doors with intrigue. Suddenly the humming comes to light as the decibel level rises; the booming sounds of laughter, drinks and fans cheering. You look around […]

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Montreal Canadiens Spotlight: Brandon Prust

    By James Stephan (@J_Habs) The lights are dim, a fresh new sheet of ice has been set, and the arena is eerily quiet. The metallic sound of the gate echoes throughout the building as a player steps onto the ice. His skates create the euphoric sound of slicing through the ice; stride upon […]

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Flames Make a Splash: Acquire Cammalleri for Bourque

By Ryan Holmer (@RyanHB)   It’s amazing how quickly things can change. During the first period of the Flames – Ducks game, I heard news that Mike Cammalleri had been pulled from Montreal’s game against Boston. Immediately I knew he was traded; the question was where? Numerous sources stated Florida, Pittsburgh or Colombus as possible destinations, […]