It has been reported by the Journal de Montreal that GM Marc Bergevin has extended a contract offer to former Canadien Mark Streit. The report suggests that the contract would be at a value of 1.5M for one season, so this seems like a great idea at first sight. So, is Streit the answer in Montreal? Really, it depends on the question being asked.
Despite Streit’s career 0.55ppg production, a l... Read More »
Pressure on Jerabek
Posted July 13, 2017
Every single day that passes without the signing of Andrei Markov, fans of the Montreal Canadiens start to turn internally to see why Bergevin is so audacious in his choice to not even reach out to Markov (though I guess we have no idea if he has reached out since Radulov darted).
As I’ve said for the last 3 days, Karl Alzner is much better suited to be the partner of Jeff Petry, as both shoul... Read More »
Posted July 21, 2015
I know that I'm not the first to do this but let's pretend both Vegas and Quebec are coming into the league today, what would their respective teams look like. Playing with players that would potentially be available, here's my guess.
Elli... Read More »
Apologies if this ends up being posted twice. Someone asked for a translation of my French blog, tried about 12 hours ago and it still hasn't shown up so here goes! First of all, I'd like to state that I am a fan of the Douglas Murray signing. Sure, this is a veteran that might be lacking in the speed department, but the Canadiens really needed to add a little muscle on the back-end of their lineu... Read More »
First of all, I have to say that I am quite happy with the acquisition of Douglas Murray. rnSure, he may not be the most complete player with speed lacking sorely in his game, but the Canadiens absolutely needed to add a little bit of grit on the back end with Emelin for the better part of the first half of the season. Oddly enough, the Murray addition means that the Canadiens find themselves in t... Read More »