Author: Brian La Rose

Chief Editor

Chief Editor

Canadiens Draft Preview (1st round)

Well, it’s almost that exciting time of year, the NHL Entry Draft. And as you already know by now, the Montreal Canadiens draft 18th overall in the first round. This means that the Habs won’t have the opportunity to draft a potential star such as Alexande

Canadiens Draft Review: 1990-1998

It is always fun to look back at the draft in past years, and see how your favourite team succeeded (or not). Over the years, the draft has been friendly to some teams, and just downright mean to others. The Montreal Canadiens are an interesting team to a

You be the GM Game – Draft Edition

Well, we’re roughly a month away from arguably the most exciting part of the NHL offseason: the annual entry draft. General Managers and scouting staffs are always busy during this time of year trying to find the next elite NHL’er.

The Cup Finals-who to keep an eye on

And then there were two: the Calgary Flames from the West and the Tampa Bay Lightning from the East are the two teams who will be battling for the Stanley Cup. Calgary defeated Vancouver, Detroit, and San Jose to get this far, while Tampa defeated the Isl

2004 Team Canada-could it be even better?

On Saturday morning, Team Canada announced their roster for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, and as always, there were a few surprises. As always, Team Canada is relying on some veteran leadership from the likes of Joe Sakic, Steve Yzerman, and Mario Lemieux

Bulldogs announce award winners

Just a day after being swept from the postseason, the Hamilton Bulldogs announced their individual player awards for the 2003-04 campaign. A total of 5 players won or split 6 individual awards, ranging from top defenceman, to MVP, to the local “Hometown H

Salary Scan Part II

Earlier in the season, we took a look at each team’s salaries on opening night. Just recently, the figures for the end of the season were released. Not surprisingly, none of them are the same. Some have increased, while many have decreased.

The Habs-Complete Statistical Breakdown

Well, the 2003-04 season for the Montreal Canadiens has come and gone, and overall it was a success, both for the team collectively and for many individuals. In this article, we’ll look at each Hab players statistics for the regular season and playoffs.