Home » Posts tagged with » Noah Juulsen

Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

Habs Blue Line: Analyzing the Left Side

After six seasons and what seems to be more roster moves than he recorded points in his 1191 game career (181 if you were wondering); it seems Marc Bergevin has finally laid down the groundwork to a foundation the organization can move forward with. A young core that may lack star power, although a couple […]

Share Button

The Three Stooges: Habs Defence Bears Glaring Holes

The Three Stooges: Habs Defence Bears Glaring Holes

One of the easier ways to tell that a season in sports is getting into full swing is when spectators far and wide have seen, said and heard many of the same things for weeks on end.  Trends begin to emerge and repeatedly witnessing them, for better or worse, tend to blur the days and […]

Share Button

Habs Trends: Building The Foundation Early (& Often)

Habs Trends: Building The Foundation Early (& Often)

Ever changing constants are an intriguing oxymoron and one that the hockey world lends itself to, whether it realizes that or not.  The Montreal Canadiens have been a visible case in point of just that in their first small handful of showcases to start the young season.  Early and often are the keynotes and they […]

Share Button

2017 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #2 Noah Juulsen

2017 Top 30 Habs Prospects: #2 Noah Juulsen

While the raw production never took off, Noah Juulsen ends his junior career as a terrific player on both sides of the puck. The fourth-year blue liner took both his offensive and defensive games to new heights this season. Juulsen’s 0.31 5v5 P1/GP was among the WHL’s best blue liners, and he took home WHL […]

Share Button

IceCaps – Crunch: A Playoff Numbers Game (Apr. 26, 2017)

IceCaps – Crunch: A Playoff Numbers Game (Apr. 26, 2017)

Here are some comments and observations from the St. John’s IceCaps vs Syracuse Crunch at the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York.  1 A quick look at tonight’s line combos and D pairings along with injuries and scratches: Hudon – McCarron – Terry                         […]

Share Button

2017 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

2017 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

The 10th and final day of the 2017 World Juniors sees the last two games of the tournament play, and the final awards are given out. The third game of the best-of-3 relegation round was scheduled for today at the Bell Centre in Montreal, but was not played as Finland pushed Latvia to relegation with […]

Share Button

2017 World Juniors: Day Nine

2017 World Juniors: Day Nine

Day 9 of the 2017 World Juniors is a big day in the tournament with both semi-final games in action. Group A only has one team (Sweden) remaining in the tournament heading into the day, while Group B has three teams alive (United States, Canada, Russia). The first game at the Bell Centre in Montreal […]

Share Button

2017 World Juniors: Day Seven

2017 World Juniors: Day Seven

For the first and only time at the 2017 World Juniors, all ten teams participated in the same day. Day seven began with the first game of the best-of-3 relegation round between Finland and Latvia. As expected, Finland won. As unexpected, the Latvians made it a close game – only losing 2-1 (their smallest margin […]

Share Button

2017 World Juniors: Day Six

2017 World Juniors: Day Six

Day six of the 2017 World Juniors is the last day of the preliminary round before the playoff and relegation games. The day started in Montreal as the undefeated Swedes took on the Czech Republic – both who have clinched a spot in the quarterfinals. Sweden jumped ahead to a 3-0 lead by the first […]

Share Button

2017 World Juniors: Day Four

2017 World Juniors: Day Four

Day 4 of the 2017 World Juniors began at the Bell Centre between Denmark and Czech Republic. After Denmark tied the game at two a piece with a little over 6 minutes to go, the game was sent to overtime. In the overtime period, Mathias From put home the game winner for Denmark to win […]

Share Button
Page 1 of 3123

Montreal Canadiens: Fourth Line Additions

Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin didn’t wait until the trade deadline to revamp and as most seem to agree, upgrade his fourth line. Whether more changes are still to come or not remains to be seen but for now, Bergevin has held true to his word in not trading away any of his valuable […]

Share Button

JOIN THE CONVERSATION