Home » Archives by category » Memorial Cup

Is Victor Mete the Reason Mikhail Sergachev Was Traded?

Is Victor Mete the Reason Mikhail Sergachev Was Traded?

After trading Subban last year, not re-signing Markov, losing Emelin to Vegas (now in Nashville) and trading Beaulieu to Buffalo, it is crazy to think that Montreal would trade a future top defenseman for a French superstar and not have a backup plan on defense. Marc Bergevin has been known for making questionable trades over […]

Share Button

Michael McCarron Becomes Two-way Force

Michael McCarron Becomes Two-way Force

What a difference a year makes. Just two seasons ago, Michael McCarron was a third liner on the London Knights. A year goes by, and McCarron finishes his junior career as one of the OHL’s elite two-way forwards and a Memorial Cup champion. The 6’06” centre began the year on the London Knights’ top line, […]

Share Button

Fucale, McCarron to 2015 Memorial Cup

Fucale, McCarron to 2015 Memorial Cup

Below is the playoff statistics of the 7 Montreal Canadiens’ prospects who participated in the Canadian Hockey League playoffs whether in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Western Hockey League (WHL), or Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Prospects in RED means they are eliminated from the playoffs, while prospects in BLUE are advancing to the […]

Share Button

Carey Price Deserves Better Than the Montreal Canadiens

It is needless to say that Carey Price is on a team that simply does not capitalize on his abilities. The Habs are on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year. And while the injuries and bad calls are valid excuses for their current losing streak, there are plenty of errors […]

Share Button

JOIN THE CONVERSATION