Habs-Rangers Getting Ugly

After three games, the Montreal Canadiens series against the New York Rangers is getting ugly. With Carey Price and Derek Stepan out with controversial injuries, things are starting to get testy and it’s leaking out into the media quotes.

Dustin Tokarski

NHL Diary: Calchenyuk, Tokarski Lift Habs In OT

Alex Galchenyuk scored the winning goal at 1:12 of overtime and Dustin Tokarski made 35 saves

Henrik Lundqvist

NHL Diary: Rangers Take 2-0 Series Lead Behind Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist made 40 saves to backstop the Rangers to a 2-0 series lead over the Canadiens in the Eastern Conference Final.

Tampa Bay Lightning Disallowed Goal

NHL Needs To Stop The Embarrassment Of Goalie Interference

The NHL gets a lot a of things right with their league. Sometimes, they do a better job than the other leagues in such situations like developing a Department of Player Safety to educate players on how to hit.


Chris Kreider Wishes He Scored Instead Of Injuring Price

Chris Kreider wishes things had turned out differently in the scoring play with Carey Price.


Lucic: Not Sorry For Handshake-line Remarks

Milan Lucic didn’t like losing to the Montreal Canadiens. He decided to tell them about it in the handshake-line, especially Dale Weiss. Lucic told Weiss ” I’m going to kill you next year.” After having a few days


Alex Galchenyuk Is Moving Closer To Return

The Montreal Canadiens may be getting more help for the next round of the playoffs as they face the New York Rangers. Alex Galychenyuk who has been out with a knee injury may be closer to returning and helping


Two-faced NHL Is No Place For Handshake Lines

It is one of the time-honored traditions in team sports, one that is so unique, so noble that it stands above the rest, some say. Well, Sluggo, don’t kid yourself. While the post-season handshake ceremony has the appearance of


NHL Diary: Canadiens Set To Face Rangers In Finals

Canadiens edge Bruins to advance to Conference Final against the Rangers.


Video: P.K. Subban Hopes Game 7 Gets Nasty

After the Montreal Canadiens won Game 6 of their series between the Boston Bruins