NHL Rumors: Canadiens, Islanders and Hurricanes
My NHL Trade Rumors
Eric Engels of Sportsnet: If the Islanders are not able to sign John Tavares to a contract extension, the Canadiens should make a move. The Islanders may have to explore the idea of trade Tavares is they don't think they can re-sign him, they can't ...
What the Puck: Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin should admit his plan ...
The Canadiens won just two games in these playoffs. Marc Bergevin has to admit his five-year plan is not working.
Montreal Canadiens sign forward Antoine Waked
Habs Eyes on the Prize (blog)
The Montreal Canadiens have signed undrafted free-agent forward Antoine Waked to a three-year contract. Les Canadiens s'entendent sur les modalités d'un contrat de trois saisons avec Antoine Waked. DÉTAILS -> https://t.co/Y2JoC9xePN. #GoHabsGo.
Bruce Cassidy Instantly Wins Over Bruins Fans: 'I Hate The Canadiens'
CBS Boston / WBZ
He may have already won many Bruins fans over after getting the team back to the playoffs, but the typically candid Cassidy may have won everyone over when asked if he's talked to Claude Julien since he became head coach of the Montreal Canadiens.
St. Louis Blues Morning Links: Blues Squeak By Nashville; Tie Series
Good morning Blues fans! What a game last night, eh? It was never comfortable, but it never really is for our team. The St. Louis Blues took down the Nashville Predators last night. Well, if you want to be more accurate, the Blues won but neither side ...
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Parayko once again proves to be unstoppable
Blues Colton Parayko was injured when he was kneed on Friday, April 28, 2017, during the first period of the game between the St. Louis Blues and the Nashville Predators Predators in Round 2 of the playoffs. Photo by J.B. Forbes, jforbes@post-dispatch.
Blue Notes: Paajarvi out of lineup, Barbashev back in
St. Louis Blues center Ivan Barbashev (right) competes for the puck against Nashville center Calle Jarnkrok in the third period during Game 2 of a Stanley Cup playoff series between the St. Louis Blues and the Nashville Predators on Friday, April 28 ...
Tarasenko scores twice as Blues beat Predators, even series at 1-1
Blues Ryan Reaves congratulates Vladimir Tarasenko after he scored the first goal for the Blues on Friday, April 28, 2017, during the first period of the game between the St. Louis Blues and the Nashville Predators Predators in Round 2 of the playoffs.