Will the Habs look at trading Carey Price?

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The big question everyone has been asking lately is… is it time for the Montreal Canadiens to move on from Carey Price? With Price having a salary cap hit of $10.5 million for the next 5 seasons after this season, a trade would likely only happen if the Habs eat part of his salary.  It would […]

February 5: This Day in NHL History

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Feb. 5 NHL History 1980: Gordie Howe receives one of the greatest spontaneous ovations ever given in sports when he steps onto the ice for the NHL All-Star Game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. The crowd of 21,002, the largest to see an NHL game at that time, stands as one when Howe is the final […]

January 29: This Day in NHL History

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THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Jan. 29 1953: Montreal Canadiens forward Maurice Richard makes NHL history by becoming the first player to score 20 or more goals in each of his first 10 seasons. Richard reaches the milestone with the first of his two goals in Montreal’s 5-2 win against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. 1985: Center Bryan Trottier becomes the […]

January 23: This Day in NHL History

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Jan. 23 NHL History 1934: New York Rangers forward Murray Murdoch is honored in a ceremony prior to playing in his 400th consecutive NHL game, a 5-2 victory against the Ottawa Senators at Madison Square Garden. Baseball’s “Iron Horse,” Lou Gehrig, makes a presentation to Murdoch, the NHL’s first “Iron Man,” who plays in 508 consecutive games during […]

July 6: This Day in NHL History

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July 6 NHL History Two members of the Hockey Hall of Fame share this birth date. 1930: George Armstrong, captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs‘ four Stanley Cup-winning teams in the 1960s, is born in Skead, Ontario. Armstrong plays two games with the Maple Leafs as a 19-year-old in 1949-50. Two years later, he’s a regular […]

April 27: This Day in NHL Hockey History

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THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: April 27 1971: Jean Beliveau sets the playoff record for career assists during the Montreal Canadiens’ 6-1 victory against the Minnesota North Stars at the Forum in Game 5 of the Semifinals. Beliveau’s assists on three of Montreal’s five third-period goals give him 92, one more than the previous record […]

March 13: This Day in NHL Hockey History

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THIS DATE IN NHL HISTORY: March 13 1984: Wayne Gretzky reaches 900 points in his NHL career when he has a goal and an assist in the Edmonton Oilers’ 6-5 road victory against the Quebec Nordiques. Point No. 900 comes in Gretzky’s 385th NHL game, the fewest ever needed to reach that milestone. He scores […]

March 6 This Day in Hockey History

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1949 – Montreal goalie Bill Durnan recorded his fourth consecutive shutout as the Canadiens won 1-0 at Boston. Durnan broke Frank Brimsek’s record for consecutive scoreless games. 1950 – “Sid Abel Night” was held in Detroit. Abel was presented with many gifts including a new car. He then scored a goal in the Red Wings’ […]

NHL Rumors: Blackhawks, Hurricanes, Senators

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The Blackhawks looking to add a defenceman Chicago Sun-Times: The Chicago Blackhawks will be looking to add a defenceman before the 2016 NHL Trade Deadline. GM Stan Bowman will likely target a pending UFA as a rental player. Hurricanes deciding what to do with Staal and Ward The Hockey News: Carolina Hurricanes GM Ron Francis […]

NHL Rumors: Byfuglien, Lecavalier, Skinner

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Florida Panthers interested in Dustin Byfuglien? The Fourth Period: The Florida Panthers could take a run at Winnipeg Jets All-Star defenseman Dustin Byfuglien. Panthers GM Dale Tallon worked in Chicago when Byfuglien was a member of the Blackhawks and he is interested in making a trade. Other teams interested in Byfuglien are the Dallas Stars, Los Angeles Kings, […]

NHL Rumors: Staal, Kessel, Jets

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The Fourth Period: The Carolina Hurricanes could make a number of significant roster changes this off-season, as GM Ron Francis appears open for business. It’s believed several teams have already approached Francis about Eric Staal and Cam Ward and price tag for getting a trade completed. The Hockey News: Is it possible Toronto Maple Leafs […]

Canes looking to trade Ward & Skinner

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The Carolina Hurricanes will be looking to shed some salary this summer. They will look to move Cam Ward and Jeff Skinner. Rumors are GM Jim Rutherford is stepping down and Ron Francis will take over the GM Duties. Francis will be looking to make some big moves as the new GM. There is even […]