The Montreal Canadiens have started their training camp and preseason games this week. So far in the rookie tournament and the multiple intrasquad scrimmages they have played, there have been a few young players outplaying the veterans and working hard for a spot on the opening night roster.
After five scrimmages over three days, the Canadiens get to hit someone else. The ebbs and flows of every training camp are the same every year. The excitement of the first scrimmage wanes when you realize the intensity is lacking.
Arguably the most impressive player on the ice at the Red and White game, Owen Beck should get an ELC soon. As an annual tradition, the Montreal Canadiens played their red and white game to precede the opening of the pre-season tomorrow night against the New Jersey Devils.
Montreal Canadiens defenseman Joel Edmundson’s seen this story unfold before, last season in fact. The question on the minds of Habs fans at this point must be whether or not there will be a similar ending.
Some unprecedented drops highlight this year’s list, but Joshua Roy was an exception. Now that the full ranking of the top 25 Montreal Canadiens players under 25 years of age has been revealed, we’ll look at the biggest movers on the list from last year.
Camp will be split into four groups this year. After an on-ice session that included hard skating, the Montreal Canadiens opened up their first regular day of training camp with two scrimmages as the 74 players invited to camp were split into four groups.
The newly minted captain of the Montreal Canadiens remains at number one on our list. There was a time when few could foresee the Montreal Canadiens winning a trade in which they sent Max Pacioretty away.
The Montreal Canadiens officially opened their training camp earlier today. No matter the expectations for a team heading into a season, the first day they gather together on the ice is always an exciting one.
When any NHL team names a captain, it’s big news — but even more so when it’s the most storied franchise in the history of the sport. That’s what happened today when the Montreal Canadiens named Nick Suzuki the 31st captain in team history.
On Friday afternoon, long-time NHL forward Mathieu Perrault announced his retirement from the NHL, putting an end to a 13-year career. Perreault, 34, was a very effective and underrated scorer during his time throughout the league, though his career was ravaged with injuries.
Following news that the Montreal Canadiens have signed netminder Cayden Primeau to a new three-year deal and after Carey Price posted what looked like a goodbye on social media, news that the Montreal Canadiens are looking at locking up an important piece of their roster in Jake Allen has gotten some attention.