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The Young Maple Leafs will Learn from Their Playoff Run

Sunday night saw the end of the Toronto Maple Leafs season, a heart-breaking 2-1 overtime loss to the Washington Capitals. As disappointing as it is to be out of the playoffs, being eliminated, especially by the league’s top team, was not the end of the world. 329 more words


Minor league hockey teams break out into an incredibly violent line brawl

It’s been some time since professional hockey had a full-scale, nothing-held-back brawl. Well, that wait is over. The ECHL’s Orlando Solar Bears and Florida Everblades gave us an all-timer during Saturday’s Game 4 in Orlando. 112 more words

A Leaf Grows In Toronto

For a moment there, it looked like the Toronto Maple Leafs were going to pull it off.

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Stu Cowan: Playoffs scoring drought rains on Canadiens' parade

NEW YORK — Summer has come early again for the Canadiens and their fans.

Not as early as last year — when they didn’t even make the playoffs — but too early for a fan base that hasn’t seen a Stanley Cup parade since 1993, and had some high hopes after the Canadiens finished the regular season in first place in the Atlantic Division. 859 more words

Montreal Canadiens

In the Habs' Room: Montreal learns effort is not enough

NEW YORK — There was a lot of talk about effort after the Canadiens were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs Saturday, but the bottom line is a season-long failure to generate offence came back to bite the Canadiens in their series against the New York Rangers. 599 more words


Five things to do in Montreal this weekend: April 21-23

Donated bikes change lives

Photographer Mikäel Theimer has documented the effect local non-profit organization Cyclo Nord-Sud has had distributing 56,000 bicycles collected mostly in Quebec to 20 developing nations since 1999. 364 more words

Local News

Rangers' Lundqvist has edge on Carey Price in clinching series

NEW YORK — The narrative at the start of the Canadiens-Rangers series was goaltending would be key and Montreal was the favourite because Carey Price is Carey Price and Henrik Lundqvist isn’t. 500 more words