- Carey Price
- Colby Armstrong
- Brian Gionta
- Brandon Prust
- P.K. Subban
- Chuck Hughes
- Milos Raonic
Carey Price may have a way of making everything look easy, but he still had to learn his lessons the hard way.
A Real Character
Last summer, the Canadiens front office sought to change the team's identity by adding character to the lineup. That's exactly what Colby Armstrong has brought to Montreal - both on and off the ice.
Built to Last
After seeing his two-year iron man streak snapped lat season, Brian Gionta has been hard at work getting started on a new one.
Tattoos and Tailgates with Chuck Hughes
It makes sense that if you're going to ask a celebrity chef to prepare dishes inspired by the taste of Canadiens players, you connect with a guy whose initials are ''C.H.'' In this issue, Chuck Hughes prepares a smoked trout BLT to Carey Price
On the Rise: Tim Bozon
When he made the journey from Lugano, Switzerland to Kamloops, BC, Tim Bozon was taking a calculated risk. The same risk his father Philippe took some 30 years earlier, before becomingn the first French player to break into the NHL ranks.
Breezy Does it
In his near two decade career in the NHL, Patrice Brisebois spanned multiple generations with the Canadiens. There isn't much the Stanley Cup champ hasn't seen over the years, so we called on the retired blue-liner and current Canadiens player development coach to share some insider info with us.
Got a question for Breezer? With luck, the man himself just might answer it. Send your question today to email@example.com and it could end up featured in an upcoming issue.
The Last Word: Milos Raonic
Canada is renowned for many things, but being a breeding ground for tennis stars has never been one of them. That’s all changing with proud Canuck Milos Raonic’s recent ascent to the top of the tennis world. Born in Yugoslavia before
swinging his first racquet near his family’s home in the suburbs of Toronto, Raonic has been making a name for himself on the international scene with his devastating serve and his precision drop shots on the court. We caught up with the 22-year-old ace to learn more about how he emerged from a hockey hotbed to become one of the most promising tennis stars north of the border.
Read the full interview HERE
On the Fly
Quick hits, insider chatter, and other random facts including:
- Brandon Prust: Punch-Out!!
- Secrets to... Blocking Shots
- My Hometown: Rene Bourque
- Behind Enemy Lines: Jordan Eberle on P.K. Subban
- Francis Bouillon's Must List
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