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Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: 2014-2015 Regular Season

Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: 2014-2015 Regular Season

  This is the final report of the QMJHL regular season concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette, Jérémy Grégoire and Zachary Fucale.   Daniel Audette, Sherbrooke Phoenix Daniel had a good season with the Phoenix, who ended the season with a positive record for the first time in its history. The son of […]

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Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: December 2014

Habs QMJHL Prospect Report: December 2014

This is the fifth of a series of monthly reports concerning Habs prospects playing in the QMJHL: Daniel Audette, Jérémy Grégoire and Zachary Fucale. Daniel Audette, Sherbrooke Phoenix December was an under-average month for the Phoenix forward. In 8 games, Audette scored a goal and added 4 assists. He also finished the month with a minus-2 differential. […]

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WJC 2015: Zach Fucale, Martin Reway Impress

WJC 2015: Zach Fucale, Martin Reway Impress

5-4 Canada. 8.1 seconds left. Canada ices the puck. Russia wins the puck back to Rinat Valiev, who takes a shot. The shot is deflected, but Fucale, as he has been on every other big stage, is there to calmly make the save. 3.9 seconds left. Sam Reinhart lines up against Ivan Barbashev. Reinhart wins the […]

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Canada Can Do It: Why Team Canada Will Win Gold

Canada Can Do It: Why Team Canada Will Win Gold

Canadians have been oftentimes found in the last handful of years to be holding their breath in anticipation of Team Canada’s impending performance at the World Junior Championships.  Canadians finding themselves nervous over their team’s chances at success on an international level this side of the ’72 summit? The very same country that has won […]

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Canada Thumps Slovakia 8-0 in Opening Game

Canada Thumps Slovakia 8-0 in Opening Game

Coming into the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championships, the optimism for Canada to quench the thirst for Gold is higher than ever before. For five straight years, some other nation without a maple leaf on their sweater has donned the Gold medal; some other nation was crowned the best at OUR game. Optimism comes and […]

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2015 WJHC Canada Roster

2015 WJHC Canada Roster

  Canada hopes to get back to the top of the podium this year in Toronto/Montreal something they haven’t done since 2009, in fact, Canada hasn’t even medaled at this tournament since 2012. Here is the finalized 2015 World Juniors Canada roster. The lone Canadiens’ prospect suiting up for team Canada is Zach Fucale, One of […]

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A Nerve Wrecking Day: Canada Defeats USA in Sochi

A Nerve Wrecking Day: Canada Defeats USA in Sochi

The table was set for the one match-up that North America was dying to see, let’s face it… While the Russians might have been dying to see the hometown favourites take on the Canadian giant, what both Canucks and Yanks really wanted to see was yet another chapter of our storied rivalry with our southern […]

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P.K. Sochi: Canada Sent – Russia Bound

P.K. Sochi: Canada Sent – Russia Bound

Pride, confidence, extraordinary talent.  These are signature traits of a superstar performer. They are characteristics found readily available in most any given talent of Olympic proportions but defined best perhaps by a young man that has only just now added “Olympic athlete” to his resume in Pernell Karl Subban.   It is now officially undeniable […]

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Price and Subban are Locked in for Team Canada

Price and Subban are Locked in for Team Canada

Team Canada’s Olympic roster is probably the most talked about squad among fans, analysts, journalists and so on. Every four years there are certain players that arguably should make the team but are left off for various reasons in favour of others that may not appear as deserving. In reality, Canada could ice two very […]

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Canada Kicks Off World Juniors with 7-2 Win

Canada Kicks Off World Juniors with 7-2 Win

The most wonderful time of the year kicked off bright and early this morning in Malmo, Sweden. I am of course referring to Canada’s first game in the 2014 World Junior Championship. Going into the 2014 edition of this holiday tradition, Canada is looking to break its 4-year gold drought or at the very least […]

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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 […]

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