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Brendan Kelly's What the Puck: It's time for Habs humour

What the Puck is Brendan Kelly’s take on life in the Habs Nation and the exploits of the Montreal Canadiens.

It’s time to lighten up. I know that sounds funny coming from me, given that I’ve been raging nearly constantly since the Montreal Canadiens traded P.K. 926 more words


Subban Paid The Price For General Failure

So far in the NHL off season, the three most significant events have been Tampa Bay General Manager Steve Yzerman’s belief that his team is good enough to win it all now, shown by his signing of three of his top stars to long term contracts; the trade of Taylor Hall by Edmonton to New Jersey; and Montreal trading P. 516 more words

Boshra: It's way too soon to give up on Genie Bouchard

I’m much less interested in sports than I am in the constantly evolving dynamics between professional athletes, the fans who love (or hate) them, and the journalists who cover them. 1,074 more words

Local News

What is to Like About Marc Bergevin?

As the tsunami of criticism is receding on the City of Montreal and around the hockey world after the earthquake created by the Montreal Canadiens trading… 1,169 more words

Hockey Topics

New Predator P.K. Subban shows Nashville he knows how to make an entrance with 'Folsom Prison Blues' performance

NASHVILLE — P.K. Subban certainly knows how to make an entrance, especially with a team more than happy to help manage his arrival in Music City. 638 more words


P.K. Subban marked his arrival in Nashville by singing Johnny Cash at a bar

Former Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K.Subban is already a hit in his new home of Nashville.

The NHL star made his first official visit to the city since the June 29 trade and wasted no time charming fans. 146 more words


P.K. Subban impressively sings Johnny Cash at a bar during his first day in Nashville

The Nashville Predators traded with the Canadiens for P.K. Subban’s hockey talents, but it’s good to know that he can sing too.

Subban arrived Sunday to Nashville for the first time since… 116 more words