Larry Brooks wrote in the New York Post that if Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin does leave the club at the end of the season, don’t expect him to take a sabbatical. According to a source, Brooks says don’t be surprised if he ends up in Los Angeles to work under Luc Robitaille with the Kings. Check out last week’s piece on the 5 candidates who could replace Bergevin next season.
Ch-ch-ch-changes! at Montreal Canadiens practice this morning! Forward Mike Hoffman was on the ice and two regulars weren’t
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Sorry, Montreal Canadiens fans. Auston Matthews returns for the Leafs tonight against the Rangers
The tragic death of Jimmy Hayes has been confirmed as a drug overdose after fentanyl and cocaine were found in his system. His family have revealed the cause of death in the hopes that his story can help save the lives of others
COVID continues to wreak havoc on the Colorado Avalanche. Nathan MacKinnon won’t accompany the team on their road trip
Lightning Insider Erik Erlendsson has some grim news on forward Nikita Kucherov’s health. He’ll be ready for playoff time though… 😉