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Michael Raffl and Claude Giroux scored goals, Steve Mason made 20 saves, and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 on Thursday night.
In a move that everyone saw coming, the Flyers will honour their favourite player of all time, forward Daniel BriA re.
Clement's first NHL goal beats Habs, 'Rifle' X 3, 'Beast's' first Flyer goal a GWG, Lindros, LeClair head win in Giguere's NHL debut, 'Beezer' blanks Leafs, Renberg-Gratton trade X 2, Primeau's 600th NHL point headline December 12 in team history An almost-daily look back at how the Philadelphia Flyers have fared on this day, recalling some of the ... (more)
The Montreal Canadiens have some exciting top prospects that they hope will be successful NHL players in the near future.
The Canadiens were looking at the road ahead Wednesday and not so much at the embarrassing loss in their rear-view mirror.
Montreal Canadiens right wing Brendan Gallagher is checked into the boards by St. Louis Blues defenceman Jay Bouwmeester during the third period at Bell Centre.
Darren Dreger has our new salary cap figure for 2014-15, and Jay Rosehill thinks you should just leave fighting alone.
If we get enough likes on our Facebook page, Darryl Sutter promises he'll help you with your math homework.
Every Christmas, young hockey stars find their way to the World Junior Championships to represent their nations.
TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger gathered for the latest installment of Insider Trading and the topics discussed were what a rising salary cap means for PK Subban's contract negotiations, the coaching situation with the New York Islanders, the Buffalo Sabres' search for a new general manager, what stories emerged ... (more)
Los Angeles Kings goalie Martin Jones makes a glove save on his way to shutting out the Montreal Canadiens 6-0 during third period NHL action in Montreal on Tuesday, December 10, 2013.
Martin Jones recorded his second consecutive shutout and six different players lit the lamp as Los Angeles pulled off a milestone 6-0 victory against the Canadiens at Bell Centre.
"We know what P.E.I. and Nova Scotia feel like on a Wednesday during the Brier. It's not a whole lot of fun out there, not a lot of feeling."
Ben Scrivens, pictured here, has performed well since Kings starting goalie Jonathan Quick suffered an injury, posting a 6-1-3 record and 1.47 goals-against average.
On November 19 and after low-offensive output for a week, the team is together practicing to get back to where they should be.