Author: Todd Denault

A Tale of Two Team’s on the Isle

The look on Carbonneau’s face said it all on this most implausible of nights. As he made his way off the ice before a disbelieving Islanders crowd sprinkled with a huge gathering of Canadiens fans, Carbonneau couldn’t wipe the look of bemusement off hi

Andrei Markov, Silent Superstar

The Canadiens lone all-star last season, Markov garnered the most votes of any defenseman in the Eastern Conference, and was second only to Sidney Crosby in voting for all players in the conference. However, in a discussion of the league’s top defensem

The Enshrined Habs – Bill Durnan

It’s hard to think of anybody bettering Bill Durnan’s seven year career in the National Hockey League. The numbers speak for themselves, six Vezina trophies, six first team all-star selections, two Stanley Cups, the Hall of Fame in 1964, and most recen

The Ascension Of Josh Gorges

In a year that saw the Canadiens exceed expectations, no player’s performance mirrored the teams as much as Josh Gorges. It was a year that saw Gorges establish himself at the highest level, a year in which he became one of the Habs most reliable perfo