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Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

Condon Doesn’t Clear Waivers; He’s Off to Pittsburgh

With the waiver claim announcements trickling in, Mike Condon’s name came up with his new destination. He is no longer a Montreal Canadien. He’s off to Pittsburgh to join the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Champions. Go back to around this time last year, Mike Condon just beat out Dustin Tokarski for the role behind Carey Price […]

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Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

Montreal Canadiens: Bobby Farnham Signs One-year, Two-way Deal

The Montreal Canadiens have announced that they have signed pesky forward Bobby Farnham to a one-year, two-way contract. According to CapFriendly, Farnham’s cap hit at the NHL level comes in at $575, 000. Farnham, 27, turned pro following the end of his four-year career at Brown University where he suited up for three games each for […]

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Morgan Ellis: From the ECHL to AHL All-Star

Morgan Ellis: From the ECHL to AHL All-Star

Often times when a player takes a significant step in their development a physical tool becomes noticeably better. Improved skating allows a player to stay consistently engaged or provides them with an extra tool to their offensive toolkit; or an improved shot allows them to find the net more often. Other times, a boost of […]

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The Rise of Mike Condon

The Rise of Mike Condon

Around this time, just three years ago, Mike Condon was beginning his senior year with the Princeton University Varsity Hockey Team. Fast forward three years, and now Mike Condon has his first NHL victory, doing it with a show-stopping save on Erik Karlsson with just 43 seconds left. As it would turn out, Mike Condon’s […]

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Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

Is Dustin Tokarski St. John’s Bound?

It is interesting how the mighty can fall. In two years, you can go from an absolute hero to scapegoat. In professional hockey cities, especially Montreal, this is nothing new. It seems like yesterday that the main man in Montreal went down, and a new hero had to arise. That hero being Dustin Tokarski, and his […]

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Oh Baby: Thank You Bob Cole

Ask anyone across Canada over the last half a century to describe hockey, Canada and childhood.  Many answers might come back but only one would be correct to encapsulate a response that everyone could agree with: Saturday night, The Toronto Maple Leafs versus The Montreal Canadiens with Bob Cole in the broadcast booth to sing […]

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