Follow the Leader
Anyone surprised a “C” is now sewn to Brian Gionta’s jersey hasn’t been paying attention.
Rules of Engagement
The only thing more inevitable than change is resistance to it, but that’s not about to stop the NHL from exploring new ways to improve the game.
One Size Fits Few
There are 54 Montreal Canadiens in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Who will be next?
Acquired as part of the Jaroslav Halak deal that brought Lars Eller to Montreal from St. Louis this summer, gritty winger Ian Schultz is anxious to throw his weight at the Bell Centre for a living sometime soon.
Blast from the Past
Winning a Stanley Cup takes talent, chemistry and hard work. But a little luck never hurts, either. That’s why Mike Keane even overhauled his wardrobe in the spring of 1993.
The Last Word: Jean Pascal
Born in Haiti before being raised in Laval, QC, WBC light-heavyweight champion Jean Pascal has climbed his way to the top of the boxing world. Fresh off his big win over Chad Dawson this summer, the 28-year-old was training for his upcoming fight against Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins when we caught up with him to discuss the secrets to his success and of course his love of his hometown Habs.
* Read the full interview HERE
On the Fly
- Michael Cammalleri: Who’s Your Caddy?
- My Playlist: Alex Auld
- Dining Out: Maxim Lapierre
- Head to Head: Lars Ulrich vs Lars Eller
- Behind Enemy Lines: Bryan McCabe on Hal Gill
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