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Mikhail Grabovski admits to biting Hab in Feb. 9 game: report
Canadiens' Max Pacioretty, right, shows a referee apparent markings of an alleged bite to his arm by Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski in a Feb.
Sun May 19, 2013
U.S. beats Finland in worlds shootout, gets bronze
For the first time since 2004 and just the third since 1962, the U.S. Men's National Team will return home with a medal from the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship.
MOFFAT: Therrien snubbed, Walrus doesn't deserve last laugh
Not only is Michel Therrien snubbed for finalist consideration in NHL coach of the year voting, but Habs fans may be upset---Paul MacLean IS nominated for the 2nd straight year.
Thu May 16, 2013
"Swedish Norris" winner moving to Montreal?
Tomas Kaberle is likely on the way out this summer and his replacement may already be signed, sealed though not delivered.
The Globe and Mail
Which city's hockey fans drink more during the playoffs?
Sales shot up 31.1 per cent at bars and restaurants near the Air Canada Centre on home game nights during the first-round playoff series against Boston, compared to regular season games the previous week, according to a spending report by Moneris Solutions Corp., which processes credit card and debit transactions.
Wed May 15, 2013
Too Many Men On The Site
NHL Announces 2013 GM of the Year Finalists
Earlier this week, the National Hockey League announced the finalists for the 2013 General Manager of the Year .
Canada faces Sweden in quarters at hockey worlds on TSN
The next stage of the IIHF World Hockey Championship is set to kick off from Stockholm and Finland as quarterfinal action gets underway on Thursday.
Detroit Red Wings' Pavel Datsyuk a finalist for Selke Trophy for record sixth straight year
Detroit Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk is a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Award for a record sixth straight year.
Bottoms up - Sabres shouldn't need long rebuild
Jeremy White firstname.lastname@example.org @JeremyWGR As you watch the NHL playoffs you may be inclined to feel like the Sabres are "far away" because they don't look like they could compete with the teams that are still playing.
2013 IIHF Men's World Championship preliminary round complete
MAY 14: Tomas Kopecky of Slovakia and Matt Carle of USA battle for the puck during a match between Slovakia and USA - Martin Rose How's it going on the other side of the pond, for Lightning players and in the tournament as a whole? The Preliminary round of the IIHF World Championship ended Wednesday and quarterfinals begin Thursday in Stockholm, ... (more)
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Panthers' Huberdeau undergoes successful hip surgery
Even one of the few seemingly healthy Panthers players needed surgery after an injury-marred season, as rookie forward Jonathan Huberdeau underwent successful hip surgery Tuesday in Nashville.
What It Means for Ottawa Senators to Be Canada's Last Hope in 2013
The Senators eliminated the Montreal Canadiens easily in five games. The San Jose Sharks swept the Vancouver Canucks right out of the playoffs with just a modicum of effort.
Tue May 14, 2013
Senators send Canadiens packing with Game 5 rout
Cory Conacher tallied twice and Craig Anderson stopped 33 shots as the Ottawa Senators finished off the short-handed Montreal Canadiens with a 6-1 victory in Game 5 of this Eastern Conference quarterfinal from Bell Centre.
'NHL 13' playoff simulation accurate but shows need for AI emotions
Sadly for Washington Capitals fans, EA Sports ' "NHL 13" simulation of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs is proving to be surprisingly accurate.
Habs Eyes On The Prize
Karma is a B*tch
Less than a week ago I came across an article in the Toronto Sun stating that the best part of round one of the NHL Playoffs was the utter humiliation of the Habs.
Habs Eyes On The Prize
The NHL Got Another Award Voting Wrong. Who Should Gave Been GM of the Year?
The three finalists for the award this year are Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin, Ducks GM Bob Murray, and Penguins GM Ray Shero, but no matter your criteria, there are better choices.
NHL notes: Darin Pastor's bid for Coyotes rejected
According to TVA Sports, the league flat-out rejected the bid by the California businessman, whose family has ties to hockey team ownership.
Mon May 13, 2013
Prince George Citizen
Bergevin says Price still maturing, pledges full support to struggling goalie
Marc Bergevin feels that Carey Price will get over a "so-so" playoff performance and any anxiety he feels about tending goal in a hot hockey market like Montreal.
Halpern Hooks Up Media With Doughnuts
Former Capitals captain Jeff Halpern returned to Verizon Center on Monday, bringing doughnuts to his old press friends from Washington and New York.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Canada caps preliminary round at worlds with 4-3 overtime win over Slovenia
A lapse of concentration in their most recent game aside, the Canadians have melded into a contending team at the IIHF World Championship on little preparation.