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'Too big, too strong:' The Big Z isn't a Norris Trophy favourite, but he's still big trouble for NHL's top scorers

Doughty. Hedman. Karlsson. Keith. Weber.

When it comes to predicting who will win the Norris Trophy, the list of candidates is small and exclusive. But when the NHL’s top forwards were asked which defenceman they would least like to face in a one-on-one situation, a different name kept coming up. 483 more words


Lidstrom and Fedorov: connected from start to finish

They became Detroit Red Wings on the same draft day.

They left their European homes in successive years to join the team.

On the road, they were roommates for many years. 601 more words


Grand trophy haul for Carey Price

By Michael Traikos

LAS VEGAS — All Carey Price wanted to do was escape.

The Montreal Canadiens had lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second round of the playoffs — a loss that Price foolishly blamed himself for — and he did not want to sit around watching someone else lift the Stanley Cup again. 826 more words


The 2015 NHL Awards

As the season comes to an end, there is only one thing left to decide before we head into next year’s bacchanalia – the NHL Awards. 602 more words


Dave Stubbs: Vegas odds seem to favour Habs' Carey Price cleaning up at NHL awards

An admittedly offbeat fact, should Canadiens goaltender Carey Price be announced as winner of either the Hart or Vézina trophy at the NHL awards gala on Wednesday: 1,380 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Training, Formula 1, European vacation, NHL awards on P.K. Subban's full summer plate

It wasn’t a big surprise when the number I called for P.K. Subban on Friday night was out of service. I always imagine that his cell numbers are sort of like the revolving licence plates on James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5. 1,332 more words

Montreal Canadiens

Bruins' Chara: 'I don't understand why all of a sudden my age is an issue'

The 38-year-old blue-liner had a difficult season, missing 19 games due to injury and registering only 20 points.

“That’s what struck me – what’s different?” the Bruins captain said to the Boston Globe’s Amalie Benjamin on Saturday. 295 more words